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" Then rose up my lord, and went into his privy chamber to pull off his bootes, and to shift him, and then went he to supper... "
The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review - Seite 233
1801
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Band 42

Edmund Burke - 1801
...fliort (upper, or rather a repair, returned into the chamber of prefence to the frenchmen, ufing them fo lovingly and familiarly, that they could not commend him too much ; and whi left they were in communication, and other paftimes, all their liveries were ferved to their chambers;...
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An Historical Account of Those Parishes in the County of Middlesex: Which ...

Daniel Lysons - 1800 - 316 Seiten
...fhort fupper, or rather a repaft, returned into the chamber of prefence to the Frenchmen, ufing them fo lovingly and familiarly, that they could not commend...were ferved to their chambers ; every chamber had 11 a bafon and an ewer of filver, a great liverey pot of filver, and 11 fome guilt ; yea, and fome...
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Annual Register, Band 42

Edmund Burke - 1801
...ftiort (upper, or rather a repart, returned into the chamber of prelence to the Frenchmen, ufing them fo lovingly and familiarly, that they could not commend...and •whileft they were in communication, and other partîmes, all their liveries were ferved to their chambers ; every chamber had a bafon and an ewer...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Band 17

1801
...ihort fupper, or rather a repair, returned into the chamber of prefence to the Frenchmen, ufing them fo lovingly and familiarly, that they could not commend...and whileft they were in communication, and other pa/limes, all their liveries were feri/ed to their chambers ; every chamber had a bafon and an ewer...
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Annual Register, Band 42

1801
...command him too much ; and whilell they were in communication, and other partîmes, all their Jiveries were ferved to their chambers ; every chamber had a bafon and an ewer of filver, agréât liverey pot of filver, and fome guilt ; yea, and (orne chambers had two liverey pots, with...
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The Thames: Or, Graphic Illustrations of Seats, Villas, Public ..., Band 1

William Bernard Cooke - 1811
...supper, and, making a short repast, returned into the chamber of presence to the Frenchmen, using them so lovingly and familiarly, that they could not commend him too much: and whilst they were in communication and other pastimes, all their liveries were served to their chambers....
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The Thames: Or Graphic Illustrations of Seats, Villas, Public Buildings, and ...

Samuel Owen - 1811
...supper, and, making a short repast, returned into the chamber of presence to the Frenchmen, using them so lovingly and familiarly, that they could not commend him too much: and whilst they were in communication and other pastimes, all their liveries were served to their chambers....
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London and Middlesex: Or, An Historical, Commercial, & Descriptive ..., Band 4

Edward Wedlake Brayley - 1816
...short supper, or rather a repast, returned into the chamber of presence to the Frenchmen, using them so lovingly and familiarly, that they could not commend him too much ; and whitest they were in communication, and other pastimes, all their liveries were served to their chambers;...
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Ecclesiastical Biography: Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with ..., Band 1

1818
...yea rather a short repaste, retourned into the chamber of presence among the Frenchmen, using them so lovingly and familiarly, that they could not commend him too much. And whilst they were in communication and other pastimes, all their liveries were served to their chambers....
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THE CHRISTIAN'S PENNY MAGAZINE

the christians - 1836
....vilnlation, abridged from Knn.f¡ou veía face, ie much good may it do you. Frenchmen, using them so lovingly and familiarly, that they could not commend him too much ; and whilest they were in communication, and other pastimes, all their liveries were served to their chambers...
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