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" I bade him alight, which with all willingness he quickly granted, and there, in a meadow ancle deep in water at the least, bidding farewell to our doublets, in our shirts began to charge each other, having afore commanded our surgeons to withdraw themselves... "
Peerage of England. ... - Page 155
by Arthur Collins - 1812
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The Guardian, Volume 1

English literature - 1734 - 358 pages
...willingnefs he quickly granted, and there in a Meadow Ancledeep in Water at the leaft, bidding farewel to our Doublets, in our Shirts began to charge each...; having afore commanded our Surgeons to withdraw themfelves a pretty diilance from us, cenjuring them beiides, as they refpected our Favours, or their...
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The Guardian, Volume 2

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1804
...all willingness he quickly granted, and there in a meadow ankle deep in water at the least, bidding farewell to our doublets, in our shirts began to charge...safeties, not to stir, but suffer us to execute our pleasure: we being fully resolved (God forgive us !) to dispatch each other by what means we could...
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The Military Mentor: Being a Series of Letters Recently Written by ..., Volume 1

Military art and science - 1809
...shirts we began to charge each other: having before commanded our surgeons to withdraw themselves at a pretty distance from us; conjuring them besides,...they respected our favours or their own safeties, hot to stir, but suffer us to execute our pleasure, we being fully reiolved (God forgive us !) to dispatch...
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The British Essayists: Guardian

James Ferguson - English essays - 1819
...all willingness le quickly granted, and there in a meadow, ancle deep in water at the least, bidding farewell to our doublets, in our shirts began to charge...safeties, not to stir, but suffer us to execute our pleasure : we being fully resolved (God forgive us !) to despatch each other by what means we could...
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The Herald of Peace, Volume 3

1821
...all willingness he quickly granted, and there, in a meadow ancle deep in water at the least, bidding farewell to our doublets, in our shirts began to charge...safeties, not to stir, but suffer us to execute our pleasure, we being fully resolved (God forgive us!) to dispatch each other by what means we could....
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Blighted Ambition, Or, The Rise and Fall of the Earl of Somerset: A Romance ...

1822 - 407 pages
...distance from us." " And as you respect our favours," added Sackville, " or your own safety, stir not, but suffer us to execute our pleasures ; we being fully resolved, God forgive us ! to despatch each other by what means we can." The last words were spoken as if addressed to Lord Bruce,...
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The British essayists, with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1823
...granted, and there in a meadow, ancle deep in water at the least, bidding farewell to our doubtlets, in our shirts began to charge each other; having afore...pleasures : we being fully resolved, God forgive us ! to despatch each other by what means we could ; I made a thrust at my enemy, but was short ; and in drawing...
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The British Essayists: The Guardian

James Ferguson - English periodicals - 1823
...all willingness he quickly granted, and there in a meadow, ancle deep in water at the least, bidding farewell to our doublets, in our shirts began to charge...suffer us to execute our pleasures : we being fully resolved(God forgive us !)todispatch each other by what means we could. I made a thrust at my enemy,...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by L.T. Berguer

British essayists - 1823
...all willingness he quickly granted, and there in a meadow, ancle deep in water at the least, bidding farewell to our doublets, in our shirts began to charge...safeties, not to stir, but suffer us to execute our pleasure : we being fully resolved (God forgive us !) to dispatch each other by what means we could...
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Illustrations, Critical, Historical, Biographical, and ..., Volume 3

Richard Warner - 1824
...all willingness he quickly granted ; and there in a meadow, ankle deep in water at the least, bidding farewell to our doublets, in our shirts began to charge...besides, as they respected our favours or their own safety, not to stir, but suffer us to execute our pleasures ; we being fully resolved (God forgive...
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