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Σελίδα 70 - His majesty the emperor of the French, king of Italy, and protector of the confederation of the Rhine...
Σελίδα xviii - The power of an orator lies in the sympathy between him and the people. This is the chord which binds heart to heart, and when it is struck, thousands burst into tears or rouse into passion, like a single individual. If these principles be true, it is necessary to throw ourselves into the scenes of the French Revolution, in order to judge correctly of the orators who controlled it. The Duke of Wellington, addressing the English army in India in the language Bonaparte used to his troops at the base...
Σελίδα 85 - Army, are humiliated ; their honourable scars are stained ; their successes would be crimes ; the brave would be rebels ; if, as the enemies of the people pretend, the legitimate sovereigns were in the midst of the foreign armies.
Σελίδα 80 - Mameloucs, that they should boast the exclusive possession of every thing that can render life agreeable ? If Egypt is their farm, let them show the lease which God has given them of it ! But God is just and merciful to the people.
Σελίδα 332 - ... trembling for life and property ; all are in fearful expectation of the events of a night in which even the efforts of despair are not likely to afford the least resource to any individual. The sole object of the domiciliary visits, it is pretended, is to search for arms, yet...
Σελίδα 84 - Smolensko, and, let the latest posterity recount with pride, your conduct on this day; let them say of you, - 'He was at the great battle under the walls of Moscow.
Σελίδα 18 - ... criminal; for, in fact, that horrible sacrifice would remove the deficiency. But do you imagine, that because you refuse to pay, you shall cease to owe ? Do you...
Σελίδα 81 - ... to wage war with Mussulmans ? Thrice happy those who shall be with us ! They will prosper in their fortune and their rank. Happy those who shall be neuter : they will have time to get acquainted with us, and will end by siding with us.
Σελίδα 324 - His activity was prodigious. If he worked little himself, he made others work very hard. He had the art of finding out men of talent, and of successfully flattering those who could be of use to him.
Σελίδα 302 - ... fellowcountrymen, I accept them ! and I find the assurance of duly discharging them, not in myself, but in you. The men of Clare well know that the only basis of liberty is religion. They have triumphed, because the voice which was raised for the country, had first been breathed in prayer to the Lord. Now, hymns of liberty are heard throughout the land ; they play around the hills, they fill the vales, they murmur in our streams, and the torrents with voice of thunder re-echo back to the mountains...

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