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" Tower, having so many things in my hands to put in readiness ; but in the evening when all was ready, I sent for Mrs Mills, with whom I lodged, and acquainted her with my design of attempting my lord's escape, as there was no prospect of his being pardoned... "
The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ... - Page 420
1799
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 34

History - 1799
...fufpedr. my dufigns, and that giving tlicm forr.uthiug would gain gain their good humour and fcrvices for the next day, which was the eve of the execution....to put in readinefs; but in the evening, when all was ready, I fent for Mrs. Mills, with whom I lodged, and acquainted her with my defign of attempting...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 5

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1792
...moil critical part, to relieve our readers from the dullncfs of many of the articles men tioaed. • The next morning I could not go to the Tower, having fo many things in my hand; to put in readinefs ; but in the evening, when all was ready, I fent for Mrs. Mills, with whom...
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The European magazine, and London review, Volume 22

Philological Society (Great Britain) - History - 1792
...would gain their good- tificial head-c'.ieł of the fame coloured haii humour and ferviccs for tlis next day, which was the eve of the execution. The next morning I cov.ld not go to the Tower, having ib many things in my bunds to put in readinefs ; but in the evening,...
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The Monthly repository (and review).

1817
...mitfht suspect my designe; and that giving them something would gain tlifir good-will and services ftr the next day, which was the eve of the execution. The next morning I coutd not go to the Tower, having -to many thing« upon my bands to put in 'readiness. But in the evening,...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 12

Religion - 1817
...they might suspect my designs; and that giving them something would gain their good-will and services for the next day, which was the eve of the execution....The next morning I could not go to the Tower, having so many things often my hands to put in readiness. But in the evening, when all was ready, I sent for...
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Annual Register, Volume 34

Edmund Burke - History - 1821
...-might suspect my designs, and that giving' them something would gain their good humour and services for the next day, which was the eve of the execution....The next morning I could not go to the Tower, having so many things in my hands to put in readiness ; but in the evening, when all was ready, I sent for...
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The Jacobite relics of Scotland: being the songs, airs, and ..., Volume 2

Jacobites - 1821
...might suspect my designs, and that giving them something would gain their good humour and services for the next day, which was the eve of the execution....The next morning I could not go to the Tower, having so many things in my hands to put in readiness ; but in the evening when all was ready, I sent for...
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The cabinet; or The selected beauties of literature [ed. by J. Aitken].

Cabinet - 1824
...might suspect my designs, and that giving them something would gain their good humour and services for the next day, which was the eve of the execution....The next morning I could not go to the Tower, having so many things in my hands to put in readiness ; but in the evening, when all was ready, I sent for...
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The history of Scotland, from the union to the abolition of the heritable ...

John Struthers - Jacobite Rebellion, 1715 - 1827
...might suspect my designs, and that giving them something, would gain their good humour and services for the next day, which was the eve of the execution....next morning, I could not go to the Tower, having so many things in my hands to put in readiness ; but in the evening, when all was ready, I sent for...
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The history of Scotland from the union to the abolition of the abolition of ...

John Struthers - 1828
...might suspect my designs, and that giving them something, would gain their good humour and services for the next day, which was the eve of the execution....next morning, I could not go to the Tower, having so many things in my hands to put in readiness ; but in the evening, when all was ready, I sent, for...
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