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" I beg the same favour of you and your friends ?" The trial will come on in the beginning of May ; and if the affair cannot be compromised, we intend to kick up a dust and die hard. "
Plays and Poems - Page xvi
by Tobias George Smollett - 1777 - 272 pages
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Letters between the Duke of Grafton, the earls of Halifax ..., Volume 1

Augustus Henry Fitzroy Grafton (Duke of), John Wilkes - History - 1769 - 335 pages
...Critical Review of laft May, and commenced a prefecution againft the printer. Now, whatever termination the trial may have, we fhall infallibly be expofed...talk with thofe who are fuppofed to have influence fluence with the faid admiral : may X beg the fame favour of you and your friends ? The trial will...
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English Liberty: Or, The British Lion Roused: Containing the ..., Volumes 1-2

Great Britain - 1769
...critical review of laft 'May, and commenced a profecution againft the printer. Now whatever termination the trial may have, we fhall infallibly be expofed...gentlemen who are my friends, have undertaken to find out out and talk -j thofe who are fuppnfed to have influence with the faid Admiral : may I beg the fame...
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English liberty: being a collection of interesting tracts, from the year ...

English liberty - History - 1769
...the trial may have, we mall infallibly be expofed to a confiderable expence : and therefore I wjfh to fee the profecution quafhed. Some gentlemen who...are fuppofed to have influence with the faid Admiral : 5 D may •*-*• * Thus tranflated : — Behold, again Crifpinus. '** I j 1 •4 • may I beg the...
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Letters Between the Duke of Grafton, the Earls of Halifax, Egremont, Chatham ...

John Wilkes - History - 1769
...Critical Review of laft May, and commenced a profecution againft the printer. Now, whatever termination the trial may have, we fhall infallibly be expofed to a confiderable expence : and therefore I wim to fee the profecution quamed. Some gentlemen who are my friends, have undertaken to find out and...
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The North Briton, XLVI: Numbers Complete, Volume 4

John Wilkes - Great Britain - 1772
...Critical Review of laft May, and commenced a profecut'ion againft the printer. Now, whatever termination the trial may have, we fhall infallibly be expofed...profecution quafhed. Some gentlemen who are my friends, have undertook to find out and talk with thofe who are fuppofed to have influence with the faid Admiral...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., Volume 8

Great Britain - 1791
...printer. Now, whatever termination the trial may have, we fhall infallibly be expofed to a confidcrable expence, and therefore I wifh to fee the profecution...friends, have undertaken to find out, and talk with thole who are fuppoled to have influence with the laid Admiral ; may I beg the lame favour of you and...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Tobias Smollett, M. D.: The life of Smollett. The ...

Tobias George Smollett, Robert Anderson - English fiction - 1796 - 540 pages
...May, and commenced a profecution againft, the printer. Now, whatever termination the trial mayhave, we fhall infallibly be expofed to a confiderable expence, and therefore I wifti to fee the profecution quruhed. Some gentlemen, who are my friends, have undertaken to find out,...
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The Correspondence of the Late John Wilkes: With His Friends ..., Volume 1

John Wilkes - Great Britain - 1805
...infallibly be exposed to a considerable expence; and therefore I wish to see the prosecution quashed. Some gentlemen who are my friends, have undertaken to find out and talk with those who are supposed to have influence with the said admiral: may I beg the same favour of you ?...
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The correspondence of the late John Wilkes: with his friends, printed from ...

John Wilkes - Great Britain - 1805
...infallibly be exposed to a considerable expence ; and therefore I wish to see the prosecution quashed. Some gentlemen who are my friends, have undertaken to find out and talk with those who are supposed to have influence with the said admiral : may I beg the same favour of you ?...
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1810
...infallibly be exposed to a considerable expence, and therefore I wish to see the prosecution quashed. Some gentlemen who are my friends, have undertaken to find out, and talk with those who are supposed to have influence with the said admiral; may I beg the same favor of you and...
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