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" Do not undervalue an enemy by whom you have been worsted. When our countrymen came home from fighting with the Saracens, and were beaten by them, they pictured them with huge, big, terrible faces as you still see the sign of the Saracen's head is, when... "
Curiosities of London: Exhibiting the Most Rare and Remarkable Objects of ... - Page 401
by John Timbs - 1855 - 800 pages
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Table talk: being the discourses of John Selden

John Selden, Richard Milward - Table-talk - 1689 - 167 pages
...the Poor had it already. War CXLVIII War DO not under-value an Enemy by whom you have been worsted. When our Countrymen came home from fighting with the...big, terrible Faces (as you still see the sign of the Saracen s Head is), when in truth they were like other Men. But this they did to save their own Credits....
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Table talk: being the discourses of John Selden, esq., or his sense of ...

John Selden, Richard Milward - Table-talk - 1786 - 163 pages
....:'..'. :YT A B... . . " i ' I.". DO not undervalue an enemy by whom you'. have been.:worsted. Where our countrymen came home from fighting with the Saracens, and. were beaten : by them, they piftured them with huge, big, terrible faces, as you still see the sjgn of the Saracen1* head }.? i...
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Seldeniana, Or, The Table-talk of John Selden, Esq;: Being His Sense of ...

John Selden - Anecdotes - 1798 - 136 pages
...picified, for the Poor had it already. 1. T"\O not under- value an Enemy by whom you t 9 have been worfted. When our Countrymen came home from fighting with the Saracens, and were beaten by them, they piftured them with huge, big, terrible Faces (as you ftill fee the Sign of the Saracen's Head is) when...
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The Table Talk of John Selden

John Selden, Richard Milward - Table-talk - 1818 - 180 pages
...paciliccl, for the poor had it already. WAR. 1. Do not undervalue an enemy by whom you have been worsted. When our countrymen came home from fighting with the...like other men. But this they did to save their own credits. 2. Martial law, in general, means nothing but the martial law of this, or that place; with...
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Table Talk: Being the Discourses

John Selden - Table-talk - 1786 - 163 pages
...pacified, for the poor had it already. WAR. 1. Do not undervalue an enemy by whom you have been worsted. When our countrymen came home from fighting with the...like other men. But this they did to save their own credits. 2. Martial law, in general, means nothing but the martial law of this, or that place ; with...
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Essays, Moral and Entertaining

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - English essays - 1819 - 166 pages
...pacified, for the poor had it already. I. Do not undervalue an enemy by whom you have been worsted. When our countrymen came home from fighting with the Saracens, and were beaten by them, they pictured thein with huge, big, terrible faces, as you still see the sign of the Saraecu's head is, when in truth...
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Selden's table talk

John Selden - 1821
...pacified, for the poor had it already. I. Do not undervalue an enemy by whom you have been worsted. When our countrymen came home from fighting with the...like other men : but this they did to save their own credits. 2. Martial law, in general, means nothing but the martial law of this or that place : with...
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The British Prose Writers: Sheldon's table talk. Sir W. Blackstone's ...

British prose literature - 1821
...pacified, for the poor had it already. 1. Do not undervalue an enemy by whom you have been worsted. When our countrymen came home from fighting with the...Saracen's head is, when in truth they were like other uien : but this they did to save their own credits. 2. Martial law, in general, means nothing but the...
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The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...: Sir Philip Sidney's ...

English literature - 1831
...pacified, for the poor had it already. WAR. 1. Do not undervalue an enemy by whom you have been worsted. When our countrymen came home from fighting with the...like other men. But this they did to save their own credits. 2. Martial law, in general, means nothing but the martial law of this or that place ; with...
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The table-talk of John Selden, with a biogr. preface and notes by S.W. Singer

John Selden - 1847
...pacified, for the Poor had it already. War. O not under-value an Enemy by whom you have been worfted. When our Country-men came home from fighting with...pictured them with huge, big, terrible Faces (as you ftill fee the fign of the Saracen's Head is) when in truth they were like other Men. But this they...
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