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" He loved to talk over all the stories of his life to every new man that came about him. His stay in Scotland, and the share he had in the war of Paris, in carrying messages from the one side to the other, were his common topics. He went over these in... "
Burnet's History of My Own Time - Page 471
by Gilbert Burnet - 1900
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Select specimens of English prose [ed.] by E. Hughes

Edward Hughes - 1853
...successful, that he left England much changed at his death from what he had found it at his restoration. He loved to talk over all the stories of his life...that came about him. His stay in Scotland, and the sharo he had in the war of Paris, in carrying messages from the one side to the other, were his common...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight

Half hours - 1856
...changed at hisd eatl from what he had found it at his restoration. He loved to talk over all the stores of his life to every new man that came about him. His stay in Scotland, and Uo bh,uo he had iu tho war of I'niia, i" carrying messages from the one side to the other, were his...
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The history of England, Volume 11

Rapin de Thoyras (Paul, M.), Nicolas Tindal - Great Britain - 1760
...his death, from what he had found it " at his reftoration. He loved to talk over all the flo" ries of his life to every new man that came about him. *« His ftay in Scotland, and the {hare he had in the war •* of Paris, in carrying mefiages from the one...
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A Thousand and One Gems of English Prose

English prose - 1872 - 534 pages
...successful, that he left England much changed at his death from what he had found it at his restoration. He loved to talk over all the stories of his life...graceful manner, but so often and so copiously, that all those who had been long accustomed to them grew weary of them ; and when he entered on those stories,...
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Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History, Critical ..., Volume 1

Robert Chambers, Robert Carruthers - Authors, English - 1876
...successful, that he left England much changed at his death from what he had found it at his restoration, le rs opics. He went over these in a very graceful manner, mt so often and so copiously, that all those who...
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Five minutes to spare, extracts on varied subjects

John Guard - 1879
...of his life to every new face that came about him. His stay in Scotland, his escape from Worcester, and the share he had in the war of Paris, in carrying...graceful manner ; but so often and so copiously,' says Burnett, ' that all those who had been long accustomed to them were soon weary.' . . . Lord Rochester...
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Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History ..., Volumes 1-2

Robert Chambers - Authors, American - 1880
...successful, that he left England much changed at his death from what he had found it at his restoration. He loved to talk over all the stories of his life...came about him. His stay in Scotland, and the share be had in the war of Paris, in carrying messages from the one side to the other, were his common topics....
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An Historical Reader for the Use of Classes in Academies, High Schools, and ...

Henry Elliot Shepherd - History - 1881 - 345 pages
...successful that he left England much changed at his death from what he had found Tit at his restoration. He loved to talk over all the stories of his life...graceful manner, but so often and so copiously that all those who had been long accustomed to them grew weary of them ; and when he entered on those stories...
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Englische synonymik: Grössere ausg. für lehrer und studierende

Clemens Klöpper - English language - 1881 - 468 pages
...pleasures of temperance, and of the sunshine in the mind unpolluted with guilt (Goldsmith). He (Charles H.) loved to talk over all the stories of his life to every new man that came about him (Burnet). We have long discoursed on it. I don't remember what he discoursed on. My friend and I discoursed...
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The Merry Monarch: Or, England Under Charles II. Its Art ..., Volume 2

William Henry Davenport Adams - Great Britain - 1885
...England much changed at his death from what he had found it at his Restoration. He loved to talk on all the stories of his life to every new man that...graceful manner, but so often and so copiously, that all those who had been long accustomed to them grew weary of them; and when he entered on those stories,...
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