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Historic Sites and Other Remarkable and Interesting Places in the County of ... - Page 259
by John Wodderspoon - 1839 - 300 pages
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Life of George Crabbe

Thomas Edward Kebbel, John Parker Anderson - CRABBE, GEORGE,1754-1832 - 1888 - 157 pages
...the thoughts of confinement; and I am coward enough to dread such an end to my suspense. " Can you, Sir, in any degree, aid me with propriety? Will you...compassion. I know those of rank and fortune are teased with frequent petitions, and are compelled to refuse the request even of those whom they know to be in distress...
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Four Centuries of English Letters: Selections from the Correspondence of One ...

William Baptiste Scoones - English letters - 1893 - 591 pages
...Can you, Sir, in any degree, aid me with propriety ? Will you ask any demonstration of my veracity 1 I have imposed upon myself, but I have been guilty...compassion. I know those of rank and fortune are teased with frequent petitions, and are compelled to refuse the requests even of those whom they know to be in...
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Curiosities of Impecuniosity

H. G. Somerville - Poor - 1896 - 226 pages
...the thought of confinement, and I am coward enough to dread such an end to my suspense. " Can you, sir, in any degree aid me with propriety ? " Will you ask any demonstration of my veracity ? " I have imposed upon myself, but I have been guilty of no other imposition....
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A Treatise on Bookkeeping and Stenography ...

International Correspondence Schools - Bookkeeping - 1899
...support the thought of confinement, and I am coward enough to dread such an end to my suspense. Can you, sir, in any degree, aid me with propriety ? Will you...compassion. I know those of rank and fortune are teased with frequent petitions, and are compelled to refuse the requests even of those whom they know to be in...
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The life and poetical works of George Crabbe

George Crabbe - Literary Criticism - 1901 - 584 pages
...thoughts of confinement ; and I am coward enough to dread such an end to my suspense. priety ? — Will you ask any demonstrations of my veracity? I...compassion. I know those of rank and fortune are teased with frequenl petitions, and are compelled to refuse the request! even of those whom they know to be in...
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The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors: 1825-1854

Charles Wells Moulton - American literature - 1902
...Life by his son George, 1834. — SHAEP, R. FARQUHARSON, 1897, A Dictionary of English Authors, p. 68. propriety? — Will you ask any demonstrations of...other imposition. Let me, if possible, interest your com passion. I know those of rank and fortune are teased with frequent petitions, and are compelled...
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Crabbe

Alfred Ainger - Poets, English - 1903 - 210 pages
...the thoughts of confinement ; and I am coward enough to dread such an end to my suspense. Can you, sir, in any degree aid me with propriety ? Will you...compassion. I know those of rank and fortune are teased with frequent petitions, and are compelled to refuse the requests even of those whom they know to be in...
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Crabbe

Alfred Ainger - Poets, English - 1903 - 210 pages
...support the thoughts of confinement; and I am coward enough to dread such an end to my suspense. Can you, sir, in any degree aid me with propriety ? Will you...compassion. I know those of rank and fortune are teased with frequent petitions, and are compelled to refuse the requests even of those whom they know to be in...
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English Grammar ; Punctuation and Capitalization ; Letter Writing

English language - 1905 - 607 pages
...support the thought of confinement, and I am coward enough to dread such an end to my suspense. Can you, sir, in any degree, aid me with propriety ? Will you...compassion. I know those of rank and fortune are teased with frequent petitions, and are compelled to refuse the requests even of those whom they know to be in...
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George Crabbe and His Times, 1754-1832

René Louis Huchon - Poets, English - 1907 - 561 pages
...the thoughts of confinement ; and I am coward enough to dread such an end to my suspense. Can you, Sir, in any degree, aid me with propriety ? Will you ask any demonstrations of my veracity r I have imposed upon myself, but I have been guilty of no other imposition. Let me, if possible, interest...
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