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" ... prevail long. But if, in the moment of riot, and in a drunken delirium from the hot spirit drawn out of the alembic of hell, which in France is now so furiously boiling, we should uncover our nakedness, by throwing off... "
The American Quarterly Review - Page 196
by Robert Walsh - 1827
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 35

England - 1834
...reason, but our instincts, and that it cannot continue long; but if, in the moment of riot, and in • drunken delirium from the hot spirit drawn out of the alembic of Hell, which in France is now so furiously boiling, we should uncover our nakedness, by throwing off that...
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The Works of Edmund Burke, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1834
...our reason but our instincts ; and that it cannot prevail long. But if, in the moment of riot, and in which in France is now so furiously boiling, wo should uncover our nakedness by throwing off that Christian...
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Didactics: Social, Literary, and Political, Volume 2

Robert Walsh - Conduct of life - 1836
...Theresa, dragged, in her thirty-ninth year, to the same ignominious death ; her dishevelled locks gray and her . visage haggard with complicated wretchedness...the hot spirit drawn out of the alembic of hell." The official account of Marie Antoinette's execution says : " Elle avoit 1'air calme, et paroissoit...
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Didactics: Social, Literary, and Political, Volume 2

Robert Walsh - Conduct of life - 1836
...Theresa, dragged, in her thirty-ninth year, to the same ignominious death; her dishevelled locks gray and her visage haggard with complicated wretchedness;...closely tied; her attire mean and scant; in an open tumbril—her companion an apostate priest whom she loathed as a confessor; followed by an immense...
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A memoir of the political life of ... Edmund Burke

George Croly - 1840
...reason, but our instincts, and that it cannot continue long ; but if, in the moment of riot, and in a drunken delirium from the hot spirit drawn out of the alembic of Hell, which in France is now so furiously boiling, we should uncover our nakedness, by throwing off that...
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A Memoir of the Political Life of the Right Honourable Edmund ..., Volume 2

George Croly - 1840
...reason, but our instincts, and that it cannot continue long ; but if, in the moment of riot, and in a drunken delirium from the hot spirit drawn out of the alembic of Hell, which in France is now so furiously boiling, we should uncover our nakedness, by throwing off that...
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Fresh gleanings; or, A new sheaf from the old fields of continental Europe ...

Donald Grant Mitchell - Europe - 1847 - 336 pages
...flashing waters in the court. You can distinguish in the " But if, in the moment of riot, and in a drunken delirium from the hot spirit drawn out of the alembic of hell, which in France is now BO furiously boiling, we should uncover our nakedness by throwing off that Christian...
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Fresh Gleanings; Or, A New Sheaf from the Old Fields of Continental Europe

Donald Grant Mitchell - Europe - 1847 - 336 pages
...flashing waters in the court. You can distinguish in the * " But if, in the moment of riot, and in a drunken delirium from the hot spirit drawn out of the alembic of hell, which in France is now BO furiously boiling, we should uncover our nakedness by throwing off that Christian...
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The Works and Correspondence of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 4

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1852
...reason, but our instincts ; and that it cannot prevail long. But if, in the moment of riot, and in a drunken delirium from the hot spirit drawn out of the alembic of hell, which in France is now so furiously boiling, we should uncover our nakedness, by throwing off that...
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The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - English literature - 1860
...our reason but our instincts ; and that it cannot prevail long. But if, in the moment of riot, and in 2 'c P f ̂e mܘ 3.V: U 0 C > \ hN / 4 T 5 Ċ $ T which in France is now so furiously boiling, we should uncover our nakedness by throwing off that Christian...
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