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Books Books 1 - 6 of 6 on Upon the eve of their departure, the registrar observed, that four of the prison....
" Upon the eve of their departure, the registrar observed, that four of the prison guard should accompany them. This arrangement menaced the whole plan with immediate dissolution. The officers, without betraying the least emotion, acquiesced in the propriety... "
The Stranger in France: Or, A Tour from Devonshire to Paris - Page 180
by Sir John Carr - 1806 - 288 pages
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The Literary journal, Volume 2

1803
...officers, without betraying the least emotion, acquiesced in the propriety of the measure, and gave oiders for the men to be called out, when, as if recollecting the rank and honour of their illustrious prisoner, one of them addressed Sir Sidney, by saying, " Citizen, you are...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 22

1803
...without betraying the leaft emotion, acqiiiofced in (he propriety of the meafure, and gave orders ior the men to be called • out; when, as if recollecting the rank and honour of their ulultriou» prifoner, one of them addreifcd Sir Sidney, by ft) ing, " Citizen, you...
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The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners : with Strictures ..., Volume 17

Great Britain - 1804
...dissolution. The officers, without Defraying the least emotion, acquiesced in the propriety of the measure, and gave orders for the men to be called out, when, as if recollecting the rank and honour of their illustrious prisoner, one of them addressed Sir Sidney, by saying, " citizen, you are...
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The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners: With Strictures ..., Volume 17

1804
...dissolution. The officers, without betraying the least emotion, acquiesced in the propriety of the measure, and gave orders for the men to be called out, when, as if recollecting the ran;t and honour of their illustrious prisoner, one of them addressed Sir Sidney i by saying, ** citizen,...
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A General Collection of Voyages and Travels from the Discovery of ..., Volume 27

William Fordyce Mavor - 1809
...dissolution. The officers, without betraying the least emotion, acquiesced in the propriety of tha measure, and gave orders for the men to be called out; when, as if recollecting the rank and honour of their illustrious prisoner, one of them addressed sir Sidney, by saying, " citizen, you are...
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Heroism and adventure. Selected and ed. by mrs. Valentine

Laura Valentine - 1871
...dissolution. The officers, without betraying the least emotion, acquiesced in the propriety of the measure, and gave orders for the men to be called out ; when, as if recollecting the rank and honour of their illustrious prisoner, one of them addressed Sir Sidney, by saying, " Citizen, you are...
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