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" that the too great eagernefs of Mr. Staple gave the other an advantage over him, which muft have been fatal to him from a lefs generous enemy; but the temperate Mr. Trueworth feemed to take an equal care to avoid hurting his rival, as to avoid being hurt... "
The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless ... - Page 272
by Eliza Fowler Haywood - 1768
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The Novelist's Magazine, Volume 13

English fiction - 1784
...butin the hope It would be needlefs to mention all the particulars of this combat; I (hall only fay, that the too great eagernefs of Mr. Staple gave the...to avoid being hurt by him; feeing, however, that ne was about to make a furious pufh at him, heran in between, clofed with him, and Mr. Staple's foot...
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