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" I have heard," says the knight, " and partly know it to be true, that not only heretofore there was no lawyer nor attorney in owre island; but, in Sir George Carey's time, an attorney coming in to settle in the island, was, by his command, with a pound... "
A New Picture of the Isle of Wight: Illustrated with Twenty-six Plates of ... - Page 15
by William Bernard Cooke - 1813 - 158 pages
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 52

Tobias Smollett - English literature - 1781
...exhibiting a very {biking <3efcription of the manners of the times. " I have heard, fays fir John, and partly know it to be true* that not only heretofore there was no lawyer nor attorney in owre illand, but in lir George Carey's time, an attorney coming in to fettle in theifland,...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 99

1796
...Memoirs ; and confidered, therefore, as genuine and authentic. ' I have heard, ' fays the writer,' and partly know it to be true, that not only, heretofore, there was no lawyer or attorney in our ilad, but in fir George Carey's time,' (who died in the year 1603) •'an attorney coming to fettle...
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A tour to the Isle of Wight: illustrated with eighty views, drawn ..., Volume 1

Charles Tomkins - Isle of Wight (England) - 1796
...excufe for introducing them in this place, in the author's own words. " I have heard, "fays the writer," and partly know it to be true, that not only heretofore there was no lawyer nor attorney in owre ifland, but in Sir George Carey's time, an attorney coming to fettle in the ifland,...
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations, Topographical ..., Volume 6

John Britton - Architecture - 1805
...and who lived at the beginning of the seventeenth century. " I have heard," observes the Knighl, " and partly know it to be true, that not only heretofore there was no lawyer nor attorney in owre Island ; but in Sir George Carey's time, an attorney coming in to settle in the...
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Vectiana, or a Companion to the Isle of Wight

John Albin - 1806
...excite much indignation, in Sir John Oglander's memoirs.—-" I have " heard," says the writer, "• and partly know it to " be true, that not only heretofore...attorney in our island, but in Sir George, " Carey's time (he was captain of the island temp. " Eliz.), an attorney coming in to settle in the island, " was,...
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Liber Facetiarum: Being a Collection of Curious and Interesting Anecdotes ...

Anecdotes - 1809 - 344 pages
...the beginning of the seventeenth century. " I have heard," observes the knight, " and partly knofW it to, be true, that not only heretofore there was no lawyer nor attorney in owre island ; but in sir George Carey's time, an attorney coming in to settle in the...
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Supplement to the Rural Sports

William Barker Daniel - Falconry - 1813 - 742 pages
...and who lived at the beginning of the seventeenth Century. '* I have heard," observes the Knight, " and partly know it to be true, that not only heretofore there was no Lawyer nor Attorney in oure Island, but in Sir GEORGE CAREY'S Time, an Attorney coming to settle in the Island,...
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A companion to the Isle of Wight

John Albin - 1831
...Oglander's memoirs : but perhaps it will not excite much indignation — " I have heard (says the writer), and partly know it to be true, that not only heretofore...attorney in our island, but in Sir George Carey's time (he was captain of the island temp. Eliz.), an attorney coming in to settle in the island was, by his...
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Vectis scenery: in the Isle of Wight. To which are prefixed, a complete ...

George Brannon - 1831
...characterized the islanders in the 16th century. " I have heard," says Sir John, " and partly knowe it to be true* that not only heretofore there was no lawyer nor attorney in owre island, butin Sir George Carey's time (1588) an attorney coming in to settle in...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 9

1832
...Oglander, in bis Memoirs of the Isle of Wight, written in 1700, gives the following record : — " I have heard, and partly know it to be true, that not only heretofore, was there BO lawyer nor attorney in the Isle of Wight, but in Sir George Carey's time, 1558, an attorney...
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