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" Lancastershire, and kept on the right hand, letting all the beaten men go along the great road, and ourselves not knowing very well which way to go, for it was then too late for us to get to London, on horseback, riding directly for it, nor could we do... "
Wonderful escapes, revised from the Fr. and original chapters added by R ... - Page 79
edited by - 1870
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An account of the preservation of king Charles ii. after the battle of ...

Charles II (king of Gt. Britain.) - 1801
...Lancafterihire, and kept on the right-hand, letting all the beaten men go along the great road, and ourfelves not knowing very well which way to go, for it was then too late for us to get to London, on horfe-back, riding direetly for it, nor could we do it, becaufe there was yet many people of quality...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volume 4

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1810
...gentlemen and officers, and slipt away out of the high road that goes to Lancashire, and kept on to the right hand, letting all the beaten men go along...then too late for us to get to London on horseback, ruling then directly for it, nor could we do it, because there was yet many people of quality with...
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The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ...

Adventure and adventurers - 1825
...Tom Blake, duke Darcy, and several others of my servants) went along northward towards ScoUand; aiid at last we got about sixty that were gentlemen and...letting all the beaten men go along the great road. And we not knowing very well which way to go, for it was then too late for us to get to London on horseback,...
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The Retrospective Review

Henry Southern - Books - 1826
...officers, and slipt away out of the high-road that goes to Lancastershire, and kept on the right-hand, letting all the beaten men go along the great road,...directly for it, nor could we do it, because there was yet many people of quality with us that I could n jt get rid of. " So we rode through a town short...
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Retrospective Review: And Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volume 14

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1826
...officers, and slipt away out of the high-road that goes to Lancastershire, and kept on the right-hand, letting all the beaten men go along the great road,...directly for it, nor could we do it, because there was yet many people of quality with us that I could not get rid of. " So we rode through a town short...
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Narratives of peril and suffering

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1840
...it," and directing his course to the right hand ; " not knowing very well which way to go," says he, " for it was then too late for us to get to London on horseback, riding then directly for it ; nor could we do it, because there was yet many people of quality with us that...
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - Great Britain - 1846 - 546 pages
...that were gentlemen and officers, and slipped away out of the high road that goes to Lancastershire, and kept on the right hand, letting all the beaten...directly for it, nor could we do it, because there was yet many people of quality with us that I could not get rid of. So we rode through a town short...
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - Great Britain - 1846 - 546 pages
...that were gentlemen and oilicers, and slipped away out of the high road that goes to Lancaatershire, and kept on the right hand, letting all the beaten men go along the great road, and ourselves not kuowing very well which way to go, for it was then too late for us to get to London, on horseback,...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 159

Child rearing - 1846
...it," and directing his course to the right hand; " not knowing very well which way to go," says he, " for it was then too late for us to get to London on horseback, riding then directly for it ; nor could we do it, because there were yet many people of quality with us that...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 3

Charles Knight - 1847
...that were gentlemen and officers, and slipped away out of the high road that goes to Lancastershire, and kept on the right hand, letting all the beaten...directly for it, nor could we do it, because there were yet many people of quality with us that I could not get rid of. So we rode through a town short of...
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