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" Then they both quitted their horses, and furiously attacked each other on foot. At the very first bout the noble earl gave him so sore a stroke on the brow, about an inch above his eyes, that he could not see for the blood that issued from the wound.... "
Miscellanea Scotica: Memoirs of the ancient alliance between France and ... - Page 73
1820
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...furioufly attacked each other on foot. At the very firft bout the noble Earl gave him fo fore a ft-roke on the brow, about an inch above his eyes, that he could not fee for the blood that ifTued from the wound. His lordfhip was then juft going to thruft him through...
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Miscellanea Scotica: Memoirs of the ancient alliance between France and ...

Scotland - 1820
...in his old surly humour, muttered some words, which were not heard, but did not pledge his lord"hip. The general gave orders to sound to horse ; and lord...sword, saying, " You have enough of him, my lord, yon have got the better of him." His lordship was very angry with John, and in a great passion gave...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Volume 12

Anecdotes - 1826
...bout, the noble earl gave him so sore a stroke on the brows, about an inch above his eyes, that lie could not see for the blood that issued from the wound. His lordship was just going to thrust him through the body ; but his man, John White, forced up his sword, saying, "...
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History of the county of Ayr, Volume 1

James Paterson - 1847
...horseback." Then they both quitted their horses, and furiously attacked each other on foot. At tho very first bout the noble earl gave him so sore a...brow, about an inch above his eyes, that he could not sec for the blood that issued from the wound. His lordship was then just going to thrust him through...
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The Field of Honor: Being a Complete and Comprehensive History of Duelling ...

Benjamin Cummings Truman - Dueling - 1883 - 599 pages
...each other on foot. At the very first bout, the noble earl gave him so sore a stroke on the brows, about an inch above his eyes, that he could not see...blood that issued from the wound. His lordship was just going to thrust him through the body ; but his man, John White, forced up his sword, saying, "...
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