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" ... giving vent to his indignation and complaints. He lamented the fate of his country, and foretold the calamities which it would suffer from the insolence, the rapaciousness, and ignorance of strangers. "
The Monthly Review - Página 11
1769
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.

William Robertson - 1769
...foretold the calamities it would fuffer from the infolence, the rapacioufnefs, and ignorance of ftrangers. While his mind was agitated by thefe paffions, he...continued labour, he might end his days in tranquillity. Hit death. This meflage proved fatal to Ximenes. His haughty mind, it is probable, would not furvive...
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW; OR,LITERARY JOURNAL

SEVERAL HANDS - 1769
...would fuiFer from the info, lence, the rapacioufnefs, and ignorance of ftrangers. While his mind «cas agitated by thefe paffions, he received a letter from the king, in which, after a few cold and formal exprcffions of regard, he was allowed to retire to his diocefe ; that after a life of fuch continued...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.

William Robertson - 1777
...infolence, the rapacioufnefs, and ignorance of ftrangers. "While his mind was agitated by thefe paflions, he received a letter from the king, in which, after...of fuch continued labour, he might end his days in His death, tranquillity. This meflage proved fatal to Ximtrnes, his haughty mind, it is probable, would...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.

William Robertson - 1777
...ignorance of ftrangers. While his mind was B°°K Iagitated by thefe paffions, he received a letter ,.,_ from the king, in which, after a few cold and formal...labour, he might end his days in tranquillity. This meffage proved fatal to Hiide«tb> Ximenes. His haughty mind, it is probable, would not furvive difgrace...
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The History of the Reign of Emperor Charles V.: With a View of the ..., Volumen2

William Robertson - 1782
...and ignorance of B °j° K ftrangers. While his mind was agitated by thefe *— -v ~> pafiions,' hfc '-received a letter from the king, in which, after a few cold and formal 'expreflions of regard, he was allowed to retire to his diocefej that after a life of fuch continued...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.: With a View of ..., Volumen2

William Robertson - 1787
...calamities which it would fuffer from the infolence, the rapacioufnefs, and ignorance ofBOj°K ftrangers. While his mind was agitated by thefe paffions, he...labour, he might end his days in tranquillity. This mefiage His death. proved fatal to Ximenes. His haughty mind, it is probable, could not furvive difgrace;...
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The history of Spain: from the establishment of the colony of Gades by the ...

Charles John Ann Hereford - 1793
...country, from the infolence, the rapacity and ignorance of foreign minions, his anguifh was augmented by a letter from the King, in which, after a few cold...continued labour he might end his days in tranquillity. He received not the meflagewith his ufual fortitude ; probably his haughty mind could not brook difgrace...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1800
...foretold the calamities it would fufFer from the infolence, the rapacioufnefs, and ignorance of ftrangers. While his mind was agitated by thefe paffions, he received a letter from the king, i» which, after a few cold and formal expreffions of regard, he was allowed to retire to his diocefe...
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Annual Register, Volumen12

1800
...the calamities it would fuffèr from the infolence, the rapacioufnefs, and ignorance of ftrangei-s. While his mind was agitated by thefe paffions, he received a letter from the king, ia which, after a few cold and formal expreffions of regard, he was allowed to retire to his diocefe...
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The history of the reign of the emperor Charles v

William Robertson - 1802
...While his mind was agitated by thefe t^v-^j paflions, he received a letter from the king, in 1S1J' which, after a few cold and formal expreffions of...he might end his days in tranquillity. This meflage Hit death, proved fatal to Ximenes. His haughty mind, it is probable, could not furvive difgrace; perhaps...
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