Which preposition to use with solicitation

of Occurrences 132%

are taken notice of, and, as it were, registered in the memory, it is attention; when the mind, with great earnestness, and of choice, fixes its view on any idea, considers it on all sides, and will not be called off by the ordinary solicitations of other ideas, it is what we call intention or study.

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It was now Ahrun's turn to repeat his solicitations for the youngest daughter.

on Occurrences 8%

This was his method of living to the year 1701, when he was recommended, by Van Berg, to the university, as a proper person to succeed Drelincurtius in the professorship of physick, and elected, without any solicitations on his part, and almost without his consent, on the 18th of May.

from Occurrences 7%

There are men of clear insight who never become authors: some, because no sufficient solicitation from internal or external impulses makes them bond their energies to the task of giving literary expression to their thoughts; and some, because they lack the adequate powers of literary expression.

to Occurrences 5%

I offer no apology for adding my earnest solicitations to those or the dying man; and am, dear sir, your very obedient servant, "J. Danvers" "He regards it as a merciful interposition of Providence," muttered Marston, as he closed the letter, with a sneer.

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" "I do not deny it, sir," said Henriette with dignity; "but since my royal brother will not consent to listen to any solicitations in favour of the Queen my mother, my husband and myself have conceived that the only alternative which remains to her is to compel an explanation with his ministers, with the participation of the several European Courts in which she may see fit to reside.

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He ordered his coach to wait at a distance, and desired I would give him an hour's audience; which I readily consented to, on account of his quality and personal merits, as well as of the many good offices he had done me during my solicitations at court.

than Occurrences 1%

I come, guardian, with a far graver solicitation than any of these.

Which preposition to use with  solicitation