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Excerpt from The Works of Francis Bacon, Vol. 16: Lord Chancellor of England
This passage, not to be seen till he was at rest from his labours, impressed me with a feeling of his consciousness of ill usage, and a conviction that the time would arrive when justice would be done to his memory. Sir Philip Sydney says, I never read the old song of Percy and Douglas, without feeling my heart stirred as by the sound of a trumpet and assuredly this voice from the grave was not heard by me with less emotion.
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