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Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: Now First Published from the Originals ... - Page 371
by Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1845
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Waverley novels, Volume 21

Sir Walter Scott - 1832
...eutreth the boat to pass the Loch ; which, after some space, one of them that rowed said merrily, ' Let us see what manner of dame this is,' and therewith...which, to defend, she put up her hands, which they spied to be very fair and white ; wherewith they entered into suspicion whom she was, beginning to...
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Bride of Lammermoor - Peveril of the peak

Sir Walter Scott - 1833
...entreth the boat to pass the Loch ; which, after some space, one of them that rowed said merrily, ' Let us see what manner of dame this is, and therewith...and white ; wherewith they entered into suspicion VOL. II. N whom she was, beginning to wonder at her enterprise. Whereat she was little dismayed, but...
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Introductions, and Notes and Illustrations to the Novels, Tales ..., Volume 2

Sir Walter Scott - Fiction - 1833
...entreth the boat to pass the Loch ; which, after some space, one of them that rowed said merrily, ' Let us see what manner of dame this is, and therewith...she put up her hands, which they espied to be very lair and white ; wherewith they entered into suspicion VOL, XIX. N whom she was, beginning to wonder...
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Landscape - historical illustrations of Scotland, and the Waverley novels ...

George Newenham Wright, sir Walter Scott (bart [novels, misc.]) - 1836
...entereth the boat to pass the Loch : which, after some space, one of them that rowed said merrily, ' let us see what manner of dame this is,' and therewith...muffler, which to defend she put up her hands, which they spied to be very fair and white: wherewith they entered into suspicion who she was, beginning to wonder...
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Queen Elizabeth and Her Times: A Series of Original Letters ..., Volume 1

Thomas Wright - Great Britain - 1838
...entreth the bote to passe the Loughe, which, after some space, one of them that rowed said merily, " lett us see what manner of dame this is ! " and therewith offered to pull downe her muffler, which to defend she put upp her hands, which they espyed to be very fay re and white,...
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Queen Elizabeth and her times, original letters selected from the private ...

William Cecil (1st baron Burghley.) - 1838
...entreth the bote to passe the Loughe, which, after some space, one of them that rowed said merily, " lett us see what manner of dame this is ! " and therewith offered to pull downe her muffler, which to defend she put upp her hands, which they espyed to be very fayre and white,...
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The Waverley Novels, Volume 10

Sir Walter Scott - History - 1893
...entreth the boat to pass the Loch ; which, after some space, one of them that rowed said merrily, ' Let us see what manner of dame this is,' and therewith...down her muffler, which to defend, she put up her hnnds, which they spied to be very fair and white ; wherewith they entered into suspicion whom she...
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Waverley Novels: Count Robert of Paris ; [1], Volume 46

Walter Scott - 1834 - 397 pages
...Loch; which, after some space, one of them that rowed said merrily, ' Let us see what manner of dome this is,' and therewith offered to pull down her muffler,...which to defend, she put up her hands, which they spied to be very fair and white ; wherewith they entered into suspicion whom she was, beginning to...
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Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: And Documents Connected with Her ..., Volume 2

Mary (Queen of Scots) - Biography & Autobiography - 1842
...entreth the boat to pass the Loughe, which, after some space, one of them that rowed said merily, ' Let us see what manner of dame this is !' and therewith offered to pull downe her muffler, which, to defend, she put upp her hands, which they espyed to be very fayre and...
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The Zurich letters: comprising the correspondence of several ..., Volume 1

Parker Society (Great Britain) - Reformation - 1842
...the bote to passe the Loughe, which, after some space, one of them that rowed said merrily, 4 Lett us see what manner of dame this is !' and therewith offered to pull downe her muffler; which to defend she put upp her hands; which they espyed to be very fayre and white,...
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