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" But compare a somewhat different statement inhisLifeofNiciass23. ed his long life in quiet and honour at Lampsacus. The danger which threatened Aspasia was also averted ; but it seems that Pericles, who pleaded her cause, found need for his most strenuous... "
A History of Greece - Page 207
by Connop Thirlwall - 1845
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A History of Greece, Volume 3

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1836
...descended to tears and entreaties, which no similar emergency of his own could ever draw from him.4 It was indeed probably a trial more of his personal...recovered his former high and firm position, which to 1 Em aAĞrvif xtu J^/wv. iV £&s/Ğ;. Flut Per. 32. * Diog. Laert Anaxag. 3 Per. 32. Hut compare a...
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A history of Greece, from the earliest times to the destruction of Corinth ...

Leonhard Schmitz, Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1851 - 541 pages
...himself, at least for the present, and to wait for a fitter opportunity. After these storms, Pericles recovered his former high and firm position, which...his life was never again endangered, except by one transient gust of popular displeasure. Ancient historians state that he so much dreaded the possibility...
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A history of Greece, from the earliest times to the destruction of Corinth ...

Leonhard Schmitz, Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1851 - 541 pages
...at least for the pres- / ent, and to wait for a fitter opportunity. After these storms, [ Pericles recovered his former high and firm position, which...end of his life was never again endangered, except i by one transient gust of popular displeasure. Ancient his- ' torians state that he so much dreaded...
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A history of Greece, from the earliest times to the destruction of Corinth ...

Leonhard Schmitz, Connop Thirlwall (bp. of St. David's.) - 1856
...himself, at least for the present, and to wait for a fitter opportunity. After these storms, Pericles recovered his former high and firm position, which...his life was never again endangered, except by one transient gust of popular displeasure. Ancient historians state that he so much dreaded the possibility...
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Historical pictures retouched: A volume of miscellanies. In two parts

Caroline Wells Healey Dall - Women physicians - 1860 - 402 pages
...promoter of his loftiest thought. " After weathering this storm," says Thirlwall, alluding to her trial, " he seems to have recovered his former high and firm position ; which was never again endangered, save by one very transient gust." Is it credible that this would have been...
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Greece to the Peloponnesian war

Henry Smith Williams - World history - 1908 - 650 pages
...him. It was indeed probably a trial more of his personal influence than of his eloquence ; and hia success, hardly as it was won, may have induced his...lasted even to modern times, that his dread of the persecution which hung over him, and his consciousness that his expenditure of the public money would...
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