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" And strange as it may appear, I have no doubt he thought the resolve necessary, for his disquietude on the subject of money was now continual. When he went to bed, he would put five or ten guineas into a bureau, and then full of his money, after he had... "
The Historical Magazine, Or, Classical Library of Public Events: Consisting ... - Side 98
1790
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The Life of the Late John Elwes, Esquire: Member in Three Successive ...

Edward Topham - 1791 - 111 sider
...doubt he thought the refolve neceflary, for his difquietude on the fubjedl of money was now continual. When he went to bed, he "would put five or ten guineas...reft, and fometimes in the middle of the night, he wou Id come down to fee if it was there. The irritation of his mind was unceafing. He thought every...
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The Life of the Late John Elwes: Esquire; Member in Three Successive ...

Edward Topham - 1791 - 111 sider
...doubt he thought the refolve necefTary, for his difquietude on the fubject of money was now continual. When he went to bed, he would put five or ten guineas into a bureau, and then full of THE LIFE or of his money, after he had retired to reft, and fometimei in the middle of the night, he...
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Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Bind 12,Del 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - 1797
...a little more careful of his property." Hi» difquietude on the fubjeâ of money was now continual. When he went to bed, he would put five or ten guineas into a bureau ; and then, full of his mo» ney, after he had retired to reft, and fometimes in the middle of the night, he would come down...
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The remarkable life of John Elwes esq. [Followed by] Life of William ..., Bind 1

Edward Topham - 1802
...faid, " He muß be a little more careful of his property." When he went to bed, he would put five ur ten guineas into a bureau, and then, full of his money, after he had retired to reit, and fometimes in the middle of the night, he would come down to fee if it was fate. The irritation...
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Kirby's Wonderful and Scientific Museum: Or, Magazine of Remarkable ..., Bind 3

1805
...serve both. His shoes he never would suffer to be cleaned, lest they should be worn out the sooner. When he went to bed, he would put five or ten guineas into a bureau, and would rise sometimes in the middle of the night, to go down stairs and see if they were safe. There...
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The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ...

1790
...doubt he thought the refolve ncccflury, for his difquietude on the fubjeft of money was now continual. When he went to bed, he would put five or ten guineas into a bureau, and then full of bis money, after he had retired to red, and fometimes in the middle of the night, he would come down...
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Life of the Late John Elwes--

Edward Topham - 1815 - 89 sider
...doubt he thought the resolve necessary, for his disquietude on the subject of money was now continual. When he went to bed, he would put five or ten guineas...and then full of his money, after he had retired to rest, and sometimes in the middle ot the night, he would come down to see if it was there. The irritation...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Bind 14

1823
...little more careful of his property." His disquietude on the subject of money was now continual. \\ lu-n he went to bed, he would put five or ten guineas into a bureau ; and then, full of his шишу, after be had retired to rest, and sometimes in the middle of the night, he would come down...
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The Pamphleteer, Bind 25

1825
...doubt he thought the resolve necessary, for his disquietude on the subject of money was now continual. When he went to bed, he would put five or ten guineas...and then full of his money, after he had retired to rest, and sometimes in the middle of the night, he would come down to see if it was there. The irritation...
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Anecdotes of the Aristocracy: And Episodes in Ancestral Story, Bind 2

Bernard Burke - 1849
...serve both. His shoes he never would suffer to be cleaned, lest they should be worn out the sooner. When he went to bed, he would put five or ten guineas into a bureau, and would rise sometimes in the middle of the night, to go down stairs and see if they were safe. He one...
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