Bachelorland: the story of a foundling

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George Newnes, Limited, 1902 - 110 pages
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Page 27 - Thames' broad, aged back do ride, Where now the studious lawyers have their bowers, There whilom wont the Templar Knights to bide, Till they decayed through pride...
Page 90 - CD (or EF), of , make oath and say : — 1 . That a grant of probate of the will (or letters of administration of the personal estate) of AB, late of , deceased, was granted to me (or CD) by the court at on the day of 2.
Page 20 - ... Victoria her name, Her Most Excellent Majesty, by grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British dominions beyond the sea, queen, defender of the faith, Empress of India, even she, who bore rule, a victress over many peoples, the wellbeloved, for they knew and loved her from the rising of the sun to the going down thereof, the pale, the dark, the ruddy and the ethiop.
Page 27 - ... long or cross-bow, to halloo to dogs, or to spur a horse after game. There might be married brothers, but they were to leave part of their goods to the chapter, and not to wear the white habit. Widows were not to dwell in the preceptories. When travelling, Templars were to lodge only with men of the best repute, and to keep a light burning all night "lest the dark enemy, from whom God preserve us, should find some opportunity.
Page i - The chief text in the Gospel of Nutrition is that Tea and Coffee are not Foods at all, while Cocoa is an admirable and sustaining diet." Than FRY'S PURE CONCENTRATED COCOA, no better food product of this nature can be obtained or used.
Page 15 - Sitting down beside her — she not unwillingly making room for him — he put his arm round her waist and drew her close to him. Then, although she twitched away her face, he would not be beaten, and managed to kiss her tear-stained cheek. "Now," he said softly, "am I forgiven?
Page ii - In certain moods there is no one with whom we would more contentedly settle down to a quiet tale of country life and character than Mrs. Francis Blundell. She knows and...
Page 109 - But it is all over, and we will never speak of it again. We are friends once more. This Sunday has brought me the greatest happiness I have ever known, for it has brought you back to me.
Page 61 - There was to be a meeting of the Society that night at which the principal "instrument's" presence was urgently requested.
Page 93 - Giles, it appears, afterwards took a great interest in the child, to whom, upon his death, it was found that he had bequeathed a sum of money sufficient to produce her an income of /looo PER ANNUM. The money was left to " My little friend, the Temple Foundling.

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