that posterity

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  • And I was imprudent enough to say that posterity would never know him. ...
  • But his own desire was that posterity might regard him as a theologian. ...
  • I mention these little matters, that posterity may understand the conventional feeling of the colony, on such points. ...
  • He had been made unhappy by the thought that posterity might rate Pompey above himself. ...
  • In fact, we can no more make posterity pay us back our money than we can carry on war with goods that posterity will produce. ...
  • It is not to be expected that posterity will take much interest in him, for his point and meaning are impressional. ...
  • By no means convinced that posterity would do the right thing, he nevertheless had no grudge against posterity. ...
  • I felt that posterity had done much for its forefathers. ...
  • Boileau told him, however, that posterity would declare it the best of all his plays, and he was right. ...
  • And that posterity may not be ignorant of the course and truth of the matter, I have put it down in writing. ...
  • But reflection assured me that posterity had, thus far, done very little to place me under that or any other obligation.
  • But it is as a poet that posterity will hail her in the coming ages of our Race. ...
  • Before they wake and get their armour on there will have been such slaughter done that posterity will always speak of the battle of that night. ...
  • I trust that posterity will read these statements with a feeling of proud and justified superiority. ...
  • Fear not, brave heart, that posterity will forget thee! ...
  • This did not lead him to doubt or distrust his powers, knowing intuitively that posterity would justify him. ...
  • That posterity may know the truth and the real sequence of events, I have drawn up a written memorandum concerning the whole affair. ...
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