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" My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson. Bring him before my eyes, that I may see him speedily." The boy then said so, and almost immediately added : " A messenger is gone, and has returned, and brought a man, dressed in a black*... "
The Englishwoman in Egypt: Letters from Cairo - Page 192
by Sophia Lane Poole - 1844
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The Parterre of fiction, poetry, history [&c.].

1836
...pronounced the name, after several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Sooltan — ' My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my eyes, that I may see him, speedily.' The boy then said so, and almost immediately added, 'A messenger is gone,...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1837
...such an artifice. ' He now addressed himself to me; and asked me if I wished the boy to see any person absent or dead. I named Lord Nelson; of whom the boy...bring Lord Nelson ; bring him before my eyes that I may see him, speedily.' The boy then said so, and almost immediately added, ' A messenger is gone,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 59

George Walter Prothero - 1837
...pronounced the name, after several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Soolta'n — " My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my eyes, that I may may see him, speedily." The boy then did so ; and almost immediately added, " A messenger is...
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Sketches of imposture, deception, and credulity [by R.A. Davenport].

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1837
...he pronounced the name, after several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Sooltan, ' My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my eyes, that I may see him, speedily.' The boy then said so ; and almost immediately added, ' A messenger is gone,...
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Ward's miscellany (and family magazine).

1837
...pronounced the name, after several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Sooltan — ' My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson ; bring him before my eyes, that I may see him speedily." The boy then said so, and almost immediately added, ' A messenger is gone,...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 26

Sholto Percy - Industrial arts - 1837
...pronounced the name, after several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to tbe Sooltan — ' My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my eyes that I may see him speedily.' The boy then said so ; and almost immediately added, ' A messenger is gone,...
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The Inquirer

Religion
...pronounced the name, after several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Soolta'n — ' My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my eyes, that I may see him, speedily.' The boy then said so, and almost immediately added, ' A messenger is gone,...
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volume 12

History - 1838
...pronouncedthe name after several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Soolta'n — ' Mymaster salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my eyes, that I may see him, speedily.' The boy then did so, and almost immediately added, ' A messenger is gone,...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

History - 1838
...tilt nam« after several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Soolta'n — < My nutter salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my eyts, that I may see him, speedily.' Tb< key then did so, and almost unmedUUl; addti ' A messenger...
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Contributions, Biographical, Literary, and Philosophical, to the ..., Volume 1

John Foster - Eclectic Review - 1844
...an artifice. " He now addressed himself to me ; and asked me if I wished the boy to see any person absent or dead. I named Lord Nelson ; of whom the...bring Lord Nelson ; bring him before my eyes that I may see him, speedily.' The boy then said so, and almost immediately added, ' A messenger is gone,...
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