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" ... really present ; and answered my own questions in my lord's voice, as nearly as I could imitate it. I walked up and down as if we were conversing together, till I thought they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought... "
The book of adventure and peril - Side 26
af Charles Bruce (writer of tales.) - 1875
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Bind 34

1799
...ilooJ lull in it, that thole in in (he outward chamber might hear •vhat I faid; but held it fo clofe that they could not look in. I bid my Lord a. formal farewell for that night; and added, that fomething more than ufual muft have happened, to make Evans negligent on this important occafion, who...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Bind 22

1792
...Itood half :n it, that thole in the outward chamber might hear what I laid ; but held it lo cióle that they could not look in. I bid my Lord a formal farewel for that night ; anJ added, that fometliing more than ulual mult have happened, to make Evans...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1799
...Hood half ш it, Üial thofc in the oui ward chamber might hear «vhal I faid; but held it fo clofe that they could not look in. I bid my Lord a formal farewell for that night; and added, that fomething -more than ufual muft have happened, fo make Evans negligent on ihis important occafion,...
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The Monthly repository (and review)., Bind 12

1817
...io the outer-chamber might hear what I said, but. held it M. close that they could not .look in, and bid my Lord a formal farewell for that night, and...negligent on this important occasion, who had always been v> punctual jn trifles; that I saw no otfitr remedy than to go in person; that if the Tower were still...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Bind 12

1817
...they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards, i then thought proper to walk off also ; I opened the door and stood half in it, that those hi the outer -chamber might hear what I said, but In id it so close that they could not look in, and...
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The Jacobite Relics of Scotland: Being the Songs, Airs, and Legends, of the ...

1821
...they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought proper to make off also. I opened the door and stood half in it, that...could not look in. I bid my lord a formal farewell for the night; and added, that something more than usual must have happened to make Evans negligent on...
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Annual Register, Bind 34

Edmund Burke - 1821
...they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. 1 then thought proper to make off also. I opened the door, and stood half in it, that those in the ouiward chamber might hear •what I said ; but held it so close that they could not look in. I bid...
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The cabinet; or The selected beauties of literature [ed. by J. Aitken]., Bind 1

Cabinet - 1824 - 420 sider
...they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought proper to make off also. I opened the door, and stood half in it, that...that they could not look in. I bid my Lord a formal farewel for that night ; and added, that something more than usual must have happened, to make Evans...
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The History of Scotland, from the Union to the Abolition of the Heritable ...

John Struthers - 1827
...they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought proper to make off also. I opened the door, and stood half in it, that...important occasion, who had always been so punctual on the smallest trifles ; that I saw no other remedy than to go in person ; that if the Tower were...
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A letter from the countess of Nithsdale, &c., with remarks by S. Grace

Winifred Maxwell (countess of Nithsdale.) - 1827
...they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought proper to make off also. I opened the door, and stood half in it that...but held it so close that they could not look in. I bade my lord formal farewell for the night, and added, that something more than usual must have happened...
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