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" ... and trowsers, made out of an old coat of her brother's which she presented to Tom, telling him that it was for him to wear when he went to church. The frocks were for his two little sisters; and Mrs. Martin added an old gown of her own, for his mother.... "
The Eskdale Herd-boy: A Scottish Tale for the Instruction and Amusement of ... - Página 89
por Mrs. Blackford (Martha) - 1828 - 184 páginas
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The Eskdale Herd-boy: A Scottish Tale,for the Instruction and Amusement of ...

Lady Isabella Wellwood Stoddart - 1854
...sisters ; and Mrs. Martin added an old gown of her own, for his mother. Tom was in such an ecstasy of delight, that it was with great difficulty he could...better, Miss Helen, and begins now to walk about with the help of a stick. Only think how kind Will Oliver has been, and John Telfer, .that was with you...
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Braddock: A Story of the French and Indian Wars

John Roy Musick - 1893 - 470 páginas
...hospitalitv, insisted on Washington becoming his guest. So impatient was Washington to reach Williamsburg, that it was with great difficulty he could be prevailed on to halt for dinner. As an inducement to win the militia general for his guest, Mr. Chamberlayne said :...
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Columbian Historical Novels, Volumen8

John Roy Musick - 1895
...hospitality, insisted on Washington becoming his guest. So impatient was Washington to reach Williamsburg, that it was with great difficulty he could be prevailed on to halt for dinner. As an inducement to win the militia general for his guest, Mr. Chamberlayne said :...
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The Real America in Romance, Volumen8

John Roy Musick - 1907
...hospitality, insisted on Washington becoming his guest. So impatient was Washington to reach Williamsburg, that it was with great difficulty he could be prevailed on to halt for dinner. As an inducement to win the militia general for his guest, Mr. Chamberlayne said:...
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The life, writings, opinions, and times of ... lord Byron, by an ..., Volumen1

Matthew Iley, J. M. Millingen - 1825
...the boys set up a shout, which the master could not suppress, and this had such an effect upon him, that it was with great difficulty he could be prevailed on to continue at the school. His elevation seemed to give him no great pleasure, and the distance which...
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