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" Habit, necessity, and the natural gifts of the man had combined to invest him at last with an authority which seemed more than human. There was such general confidence in his sagacity, courage, and purity that the nation had come to think with his brain... "
HISTORY OF THE UNITED NETHERLANDS: FROM THE DEATH OF WILLIAM THE SILENT TO ... - Página 1
por JOHN LOTHROP MOTLEY, LLD - 1861
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Crosthwaite's Register of facts and occurrences relating to literature, the ...

Crosthwaite and co - 1860
...high priests of history." " There wa» such general confidence in his sagacity, courage, acd peril*, that the nation had come to think with his brain and to a«; with his hand." Philip believed thai to get rid of Wiluam would be to render the suppression of...
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Rome in America

Justin Dewey Fulton - 1884 - 164 páginas
...Prince of Orange, had been murdered on the 10th of July, 1584. The disaster was apparently universal. " Habit, necessity, and the natural gifts of the man...come to think with his brain and to act with his hand !" He was dead. The cause remained. Under the rule of his enemy, Philip II., a small, dull, elderly,...
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the ..., Volumen1

John Lothrop Motley - 1900
...Children of William the Silent— Provisional council of state— Firm attitude of Holland and Zealand— Weakness of Flanders— Fall of Ghent— Adroitness...be a feeling as of absolute and helpless paralysis. Netherlands,— and it would be difficult to define them with perfect accuracy, — there is 110 doubt...
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The Historians' History of the World: France, 1815-1904, Netherlands

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...the little children cried in the streets.* CHAPTER IX LEICESTER IN THE LOW COUNTRIES [1584-1598 AD] WILLIAM THE SILENT, prince of Orange, had been murdered...be a feeling as of absolute and helpless paralysis. The ban of the pope and the offered gold of the king had accomplished a victory greater than any yet...
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France, 1815-1904, Netherlands

Henry Smith Williams - 1907
...the little children cried in the streets.*1 CHAPTER IX LEICESTER IN THE LOW COUNTRIES [1584r-1598 AD] WILLIAM THE SILENT, prince of Orange, had been murdered...be a feeling as of absolute and helpless paralysis. The ban of the pope and the offered gold of the king had accomplished a victory greater than any yet...
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The Rise and Fall of Nations: Modern

1907
...by J. Miereveldt sity, and the natural gifts of the man," says Motley, " had combined to invest him with an authority which seemed more than human. There...that the nation had come to think with his brain and act with his hand." On the Spanish side of the Netherland stage, in this terrible drama of political-religious...
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The Magazine of History, with Notes and Queries: Extra number, Temas77-80

1921
..."a more universal disaster than the one thus brought about by the hand of a single obscure fanatic. Habit, necessity, and the natural gifts of the man,...that the nation had come to think with his brain and act with his hand. It was natural that, for an instant, there should be a feeling as of absolute and...
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The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries: Extra number, Volúmenes19-20

1922
..."a more universal disaster than the one thus brought about by the hand of a single obscure fanatic. Habit, necessity, and the natural gifts of the man,...that the nation had come to think with his brain and act with his hand. It was natural that, for an instant, there should be a feeling as of absolute and...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen49

1882
...approaching. Habit, necessity, and the natural gifts of the man had combined, says Motley, " to invest him with an authority which seemed more than human. There...his sagacity, courage, and purity that the nation bad come to think with his brain and act with his hand." It is certain, too, that in Germany, as in...
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