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" I hope things here will go well, some time or other — I will stick by the cause as long as a cause exists, first or second. "
History of the Greek Revolution: Compiled from Official Documents of the ... - Page 466
by John Lee Comstock - 1828 - 503 pages
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Journal of the conversations of lord Byron ... in the years 1821 and 1822

Thomas Medwin - 1824
...correspondence. He concludes a letter to his banker, in Cephalonia, on business, with this sentence, " I hope things here will go well, some time or other...cause as long as a cause exists, first or second." Lord Bvron had the more merit in the zeal and energy with which he espoused the interests of the Hellenic...
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Journal of the Conversations of Lord Byron: Noted During a Residence with ...

Thomas Medwin - British - 1824 - 304 pages
...correspondence. He concludes a letter to his banker, in Cephalonia, on business, with this sentence, " I hope things here will go well, some time or other...cause as long as a cause exists, first or second." Lord Byron had the more merit in the zeal and energy with which he espoused the interests of the Hellenic...
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Conversations of Lord Byron, 1: Notes During a Residence with His Lordship ...

Thomas Medwin - 1824 - 351 pages
...Cephalonia, on business, with this sentence : " I hope things here will go well, some time or other—I will stick by the cause as long as .a cause exists, first or second."" Lord Byron had the more merit in the zeal and energy with which he espoused the interests of the Hellenic...
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Narrative of a second visit to Greece

Edward Blaquière - Greece - 1825 - 342 pages
...Barff, not many days after his landing. " I hope things here will go well some time or other. I o^ will stick by the cause as long as a cause exists,...object of his most ardent solicitude. Finding that the Suliotes, of whom there happened to be a large body in the town, were anxious to acquire a knowledge...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Volume 9

Great Britain - 1825
...not the Holy Allies, or the holier Mussulmans." In a letter to his banker at Cephalonia, he says, " I hope things here will go well, some time or other...will stick by the cause as long as a cause exists." His playful humour sometimes broke out amidst the deep anxiety he felt for the success of the Greeks....
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Memoirs of the life and writings of lord Byron

George Clinton (biographer of Byron.) - 1825
...correspondence. He concludes a letter to his banker, in Cephulonia, on business, with this sentence : ' I hope things here will go well, some time or other — I will slick by the cause as long as a cause exists, Jirst or second.' of their romance by actual experience...
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Journal of the conversations of lord Byron ... in the years 1821 and 1822

Thomas Medwin - 1825
...correspondence. He concludes a letter to his banker, in Cephalonia, on business, with this sentence : " I hope things here will go well, some time or other — I wiil stick by the cause as long as a cause existsti/?r«f or second." Lord Byron had the more merit...
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History of the Greek Revolution: Compiled from Official Documents of the ...

John Lee Comstock - Greece - 1828 - 498 pages
...appropriated to the payment of the fleet, and in obtaining supplies for Missolonghi. From the distress which prevailed at this moment, the above supply was of...second." It had previously been arranged, that Lord Byrou should be allowed to organize a corps, of which the command was to be given to himself. This...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Lord Byron

George Clinton - Poets, English - 1828 - 756 pages
...correspondence. He concludes a letter to his banker, in Cephalonia, on business, with this sentence : ' I hope things here will go well, some time or other...cause as long as a cause exists, first or second.' Lord Byron had the more merit in the zeal and energy with which he espoused the interests of the Hellenic...
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Letters and journals of lord Byron: with notices of his life, by T ..., Volume 2

Thomas Moore - 1831
...to the same gentleman, dated January 27, he bad already (aid, " I hope that things here will go on well some time or other. I will stick by the cause as long as a cause exists — tirst or second." LETTER DXLV. TO THI HONOURARLE DOUGLAS KUINAIRD. " Missolonghi, February 21st,...
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