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" Room called to know the matter Little miss said shee was making a bed for the men ; who, when they were in Bed, complained their leggs lay out of it by reason of its shortness my poor bones complained bitterly not being used to such Lodgings,... "
A History of Connecticut: Its People and Institutions - Page 252
by George Larkin Clark - 1914 - 609 pages
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THE MOUNT VERNON PAPERS

EDWARD EVERETT - 1860
...shee was making a bed for the men ; who, when they were in Bed, complained their leggs lay out of it by reason of its shortness my poor bones complained...which was from the time I went to bed to the time I Hiss, which was about three in the morning, Setting up by the Fire till Light, and haying discharged...
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The Mount Vernon Papers

Edward Everett - Europe - 1860 - 490 pages
...shce was making a bed for the men ; who, when they were in Bed, complained their leggs lay out of it by reason of its shortness my poor bones complained...the man who was with us ; and poor I made but one Gronc, which was from the time I went to bed to the time I Riss, which was about three in the morning,...
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Publications, Volume 9

Boston (Mass.) - 1912
...shee was making a bed for the men, who when they were in Bed, complained their leggs lay out of it by reason of its shortness ; my poor bones complained...in the morning, setting up by the Fire till Light, and having discharged our Ordinary wch was as dear as if we had had better fare, we took our leave...
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The Growth of American Literature: A Critical and Historical Survey, Volume 1

Edwin Harrison Cady - American literature - 1888
...she was making a bed for the men ; who, when they were in bed, complained their legs lay out of it by reason of its shortness. My poor bones complained...the man who was with us ; and poor I made but one groan, which was from the time I went to bed to the time I rose, which was about three in the morning,...
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A Modern History of New London County, Connecticut, Volume 1

Benjamin Tinkham Marshall - New London County (Conn.) - 1922
...their leggs lay out of it by reason of its shortness my poor bones complained bitterly not oeing used to such Lodgings, and so did the man who was...in the morning, Setting up by the Fire till Light, and having discharged our ordinary wch was as dear as if we had had far Better fare wee took our...
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American Colonial Prose: John Smith to Thomas Jefferson

Mary Ann Radzinowicz - Literary Criticism - 1984 - 285 pages
...shee was making a bed for" the men; who, when they were in Bed, complained their leggs lay out of it by reason of its shortness - my poor bones complained...in the morning, Setting up by the Fire till Light, and having discharged our ordinary wch was as dear as if we had had far Better fare - we took our leave...
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Common Places: Readings in American Vernacular Architecture

Dell Upton, John Michael Vlach - Architecture - 1986 - 529 pages
...shee was making a bed for the men; who, when they were in Bed, complained their leggs lay out of it by reason of its shortness my poor bones complained...to such Lodgings, and so did the man who was with us."20 Ultimately the most important single fact about the inventories for rural Suffolk County, in...
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Colonial American Travel Narratives

Wendy Martin - History - 1994 - 352 pages
...shee was making a bed for the men; who, when they were in Bed, complained their leggs lay out of it by reason of its shortness my poor bones complained...in the morning, Setting up by the Fire till Light, and having discharged our ordinary wch was as dear as if we had had far Better fare wee took our...
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American Lives: An Anthology of Autobiographical Writing

Robert F. Sayre - Biography & Autobiography - 1994 - 732 pages
...shee was making a bed for the men; who, when they were in Bed, complained their leggs lay out of it by reason of its shortness my poor bones complained...in the morning, Setting up by the Fire till Light, and having discharged our ordinary w* was as dear as if we had had far Better fare wee took our...
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