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" I need make no reflection on the great loss we suffered on this occasion, or attempt to describe what we felt. It is enough to say that no man was ever more beloved or admired ; and it is truly painful to reflect that he seems to have fallen a sacrifice... "
The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ... - Page 200
1787
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 75

Books - 1786
...the fallen victim of their barbarous rage. ' I need make no reflection on the great lois we fuffsred on this occafion, or attempt to defcribe what we felt....merely for want of being properly fupported ; a fate, Angularly to be lamented, aa having fallen to his lot, who had ever been confpicuous for his care of...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 3

Books and bookselling - 1786
...I need majte no reflection on the great lofs we fufTered on this occafion, or attempt to deferí be what we felt. It is -enough to fay, that no man was...more beloved or admired : and it is truly painful to refleit, that he feeme to have fallen a facrifice merely for want of being properly fupportcd ; a fate,...
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW OF LITERARY JOURNAL

SEVERAL HANDS - 1786
...no reflection on the great lois we fuffered en this occafion, or attempt to deTcribe what we feit. It is enough to fay, that no man was ever more beloved or admired : and it is truly pain'ful to reflefl, that he feems to ha', e fallen a lacrifice merely for want of being properly fupported ; a...
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A General History of Voyages and Travels to the End of the 18th ..., Volume 16

Robert Kerr - 1815
...great loss we suffered on this occasion, or attempt to describe what we felt. It is enough to say, that no man was ever more beloved or admired ; and it is truly painful to reflect, that he seems to have fallen a sacrifice merely for want of being properly supported ; a fate, singularly to...
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A general history and collection of voyages and travels ..., Issues 30-32

General history - 1814
...great Joss we suffered on th;s occasion, or attempt to describe what we felt. It is enough to say, that no man was ever more beloved or admired ; and it is truly plinful to reflect, that he seems to have fallen a sacrifice merely for want of being properly supported...
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Arranged ..., Volume 16

Robert Kerr - Voyages and travels - 1824
...great loss we suffered on this occasion, or attempt to describe what we felt. It is enough to say, that no man was ever more beloved or admired ; and it is truly painful to reflect, that he seems to have fallen a sacrifice merely for want of being properly supported ; a fate, singularly to...
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A Narrative of the Voyages Round the World: Performed by Captain ..., Volume 2

Andrew Kippis - Voyages around the world - 1826
...great loss we suffered on this occasion, or attempt to deseribe what we felt. It is enough to say, that no man was ever more beloved or admired : and it is truly painful to reflect, that he seems to have fallen a saerifice merely for want of being properly supported; a fate, singularly to...
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The Guide to Knowledge, Volume 4

William Pinnock - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1836
...great loss we suffered on this occasion, or attempt to describe what we felt. It ii enough to say, that no man was ever more beloved or admired ; and it is truly painful to reflect, that he seem: to have fallen a sacrifice merely for want of being properly supported ; a fate singularly to...
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Perseverance Under Difficulties, as Shown in the Lives of Great Men

Perseverance - Biography - 1862 - 294 pages
...the great loss we suffered on this occasion, or attempt to describe what we felt. It is enough to say that no man was ever more beloved or admired ; and it is truly painful to reflect that he seems to have fallen a sacrifice merely for want of being properly supported ; a fate singularly to...
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The Marvellous Wonders of the Polar World...

Herman Dieck - Antarctica - 1885 - 727 pages
...the great loss we suffered on this occasion, or attempt to describe what we felt. It is enough to say that no man was ever more beloved or admired ; and it is truly painful to reflect that he seems to have fallen a sacrifice merely for want of being properly supported ; a fate singularly to...
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