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" but I cannot have been deceived as you suppose, for I was eye-witness to the events which took place under my own window, and the man fell there on that spot where you see a paving-stone standing up above the rest. "
The Mound Builders: Being an Account of a Remarkable People that Once ... - Page 101
by John Patterson MacLean - 1879 - 233 pages
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Curious myths of the Middle ages

Sabine Baring Gould - 1866
...Excuse me," said Raleigh, " but I cannot have been deceived as you suppose, for I was eye-witness to the events which took place under my own window, and the...his friend, " I was sitting on that stone when the fray took place, and I received this slight scratch on my cheek in snatching the sword from the murderer,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 122

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, John Murray, Rowland Edmund Prothero, George Walter Prothero - 1867
..."Excuse me," said Raleigh, " but I cannot have been deceived as you suppose ; for I was eyewitness to the events, which took place under my own window, and...the rest." ' " My dear Raleigh," replied his friend, " 7 'was sitting on that stone when the fray took place, and I received this slight scratch on my cheek...
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Curious Myths of the Middle Ages: By S. Baring-Gould

Sabine Baring-Gould - Folklore - 1873 - 660 pages
...Excuse me," said Raleigh, " but I cannot have been deceived as you suppose, for I was eye-witness to the events which took place under my own window, and the...his friend, " I was sitting on that stone when the fray took place, and I received this slight scratch on my cheek in snatching the sword from the murderer,...
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Gleanings for the Curious from the Harvest Fields of Literature: A Melange ...

Charles Carroll Bombaugh - Literary curiosa - 1874 - 864 pages
...Excuse me," said Raleigh, " but I cannot have been deceived as you suppose, for I was eye-witness to the events which took place under my own window, and the...his friend, " I was sitting on that stone when the fray took place, and I received this slight scratch on my cheek in snatching the sword from the murderer,...
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GLEANINGS FOR THE CURIOUS FROM THE HARVEST-FIELDS OF LITERATURE

1875
...me," said Raleigh, " but I cannot have Tbeen deceived as you suppose, for I was eye-witness to the events which took place under my own window, and the...his friend, " I was sitting on that stone when the fray took place, and I received this slight scratch on my cheek in snatching the sword from the murderer,...
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Report and Transactions, Volume 10

Devon (England) - 1878
...Excuse me,' said Raleigh, 'but I cannot have been deceived as you suppose, for I was eye-witness to the events which took place under my own window, and the...his friend, 'I was sitting on that stone when the fray took place, and I received this slight scratch on my cheek in snatching the sword from the murderer,...
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THE MOUND BUILDERS

J. P. MACI. EAN. - 1879
...me,' said Raleigh, 'but 1 cannot h-ive been deceived, as you supposed, for I was eye-witness to the events which took place under my own window and the man fell there on that spot where you seo'a paving-stone standing up above the rest.' 'My dear Raleigh,' replicd his friend, 'I was sitting...
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The Celtic Magazine, Volume 7

Clans - 1882
..."'Excuse me,' said Raleigh, 'but I cannot have been deceived as you suppose, for I was eye-witness to the events which took place under my own window, and the man fell there on that spot where you see a paving stone standing up above the rest.' "' My dear Raleigh,' replied his friend, ' I was sitting...
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The Celtic Magazine, Volume 7

Clans - 1882
...window, and the man fell there on that spot where you see a paving stone standing up above the rest.1 " ' My dear Raleigh,' replied his friend, ' I was sitting on that stone when the fray took place, and I received this slight scratch on my cheek in snatching the sword from the murderer;...
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Gleanings for the curious from the harvest-fields of literature: A melange ...

Charles Carroll Bombaugh - Literature - 1890 - 864 pages
...Excuse me," said Raleigh, " but I cannot have been deeeived as you suppose, for I was eye-wituess to the events which took place under my own window, and the...his friend, " I was sitting on that stone when the fray took place, and I reeeived this slight scrateh on my cheek in snatehing the sword from the murderer,...
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