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" it is as true as a 'thing that God knoweth, that this great change hath wrought ' in me no other change towards your Lordship than this, that I ' may safely be that to you now which I was truly before. "
Letters of S[i]r Francis Bacon ... Written During the Reign of King James ... - Page 4
by Francis Bacon - 1702 - 302 pages
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Thomas Babington Macaulay (baron [essays]) - English essays - 1881 - 386 pages
...attendance would give offence, and that his professions of regard would obtain no credit. " Yet," says he, " it is as true as a thing that God knoweth, that this...change hath wrought in me no other change towards your Lordship than this, that I may safely be that to you now which I was truly before." How Southampton...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 98

1878 - 822 pages
...day when Bacon stood among the accusers of his former benefactor. In this he assures Southampton, ' it is as true as a thing that God knoweth that this...change hath wrought in me no other change towards your Lordship than this, that I may safely be now that which I was truly before.' 16 Surely the force of...
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Francis Bacon: (Lord Verulam.): A Critical Review of His Life and Character

Benjamin G. Lovejoy - 1883 - 304 pages
...no error, I chose to write, assuring your Lordship (how credible soever it may seem to you at first, yet it is as true as a thing that God knoweth), that...change hath wrought in me no other change towards your Lordship than this, that I may safely be now that which I was truly before." The extract above given...
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Francis Bacon: An Account of His Life and Works

Edwin Abbott Abbott - England - 1885 - 540 pages
...error, I choose to write ; assuring your Lordship (how credible soever it may seem to you at first) yet it is as true as a thing that God knoweth, that...change hath wrought in me no other change towards your Lordship than this, that I may safely be now that which I was truly before. And so craving no other...
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Lord Macaulay's Essays and Lays of Ancient Rome

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - English essays - 1885 - 916 pages
...attendance would give offence, and that his professions of regard would obtain no credit. " Yet," says he, " it is as true as a thing that God knoweth, that this great change hath wrought in mo no other change towards your Lordship than this, that I may safely be that to you now which I was...
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Francis Bacon (Lord Verulam): A Critical Review of His Life and Character ...

Benjamin G. Lovejoy - Authors, English - 1888 - 306 pages
...no error, I chose to write, assuring your Lordship (how credible soever it may seem to you at first, yet it is as true as a thing that God knoweth), that...change hath wrought in me no other change towards your Lordship than this, that I may safely be now that which I was truly before." The extract above given...
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Francis Bacon: His Life and Philosophy, Part 1

John Nichol - 1888 - 236 pages
...the Tower, from which he was shortly liberated — with the confession, " it is as true as a thing God knoweth, that this great change hath wrought in me no other change towards your lordship than this, that I may safely be now what I was truly before." Similarly, he says to the Earl...
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Francis Bacon: Bacon's life

John Nichol - 1888 - 270 pages
...the Tower, from which he was shortly liberated — with the confession, " it is as true as a thing God knoweth, that this great change hath wrought in me no other change towards your lordship than this, that I may safely be now what I was truly before." Similarly, he says to the Earl...
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Francis Bacon: Bacon's life

John Nichol - 1888 - 246 pages
...in the Tower, from which he was shortly liberated—with the confession, " it is as true as a thing God knoweth, that this great change hath wrought in me no other change towards your lordship than this, that I may safely be now what I was truly before." Similarly, he says to the Earl...
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Shakespeariana: -a Critical And Contemporary Review Of Shakespearian Literature

1889 - 660 pages
...was written to the Earl by Bacon, a letter which thoroughly reveals his whole character. He says : "This great change hath wrought in me no other change towards your lordship than this, that I may safely be now that which I was truly before." (L. and L., III., 75-76.)...
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