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" I am as new a made lord as any of them all, but I was never called knave or rogue so much in all my life as I have been since I received this last honour: and why should they not bear their shares? "
St. George and St. Michael - Página 75
por George MacDonald - 1876
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A Catalogue of the Royal and Noble Authors of England, Scotland ..., Volumen3

Horace Walpole - 1806
...protest unto your majesty, I am as new-made a lord as any of them all; but I was never called knave and rogue so much in all my life, as I have been since I received this last honour, and why should not they bear their shares?" The marquis of Worcester's little book, entitled, " A Century of the Names...
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Saturday night

Saturday night - 1824
...protest unto your Majesty I am as new a made Lord as any of them all, but I was never called knave and rogue so much in all my life as I have been since...honour, and why should they not bear their shares ?" Lane, for profane swearing. In passing up the lane one Sunday morning, the poet was summoned into...
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Somerset House Gazette and Literary Museum, Or, Weekly Miscellany of Fine ...

William Henry Pyne - 1824
...new a made Lord as any of them all, but 1 was never called knave and rogue so much in all my life at I have been since I received this last honour, and why should they not bear their shares ?" SOCIETY OF BRITISH ARTISTS, Suffolk Street, Pall Mill East. [TIE GALLERIES for the EXHIBITION and...
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The castles and abbeys of England, Volumen2

William Beattie - 1844
...am as new a made lord as any of them all ; * but I was never called knave and rogue so much in .ill my life, as I have been since I received this last honour, and why should not they bear their shares?' " * laterally, having been created Marquess very recently. But the Marquess,...
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Royal visits and progresses to Wales, and the border counties

Edward Parry - 1851
...protest unto your Majesty, I am as new a made lord as any of them all ; but I was never called knave and rogue so much in all my life as I have been since...honour, and why should they not bear their shares ? " To punish, or reflect on, the present generation, for the political opinions of their ancestors,...
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The Life, Times and Scientific Labours of the Second Marquis of Worcester

1865 - 624 páginas
...the Marquis replied, " I am as new a made lord as any of them all, but I was never called knave and rogue so much in all my life, as I have been since...honour ; and why should they not bear their shares ?" An incident is related as occurring during one of the entertainments given to the royal visitor,...
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Castles and Their Heroes

Barbara Hutton Alexander, Barbara Hutton - 1868 - 318 páginas
...you will drive away all my nobility." ' " I protest, under your majesty," the marquis replied, " that I am as new a made lord as any of them all ; but I...honour ; and why should they not bear their shares ? " ' Sir Thomas Somerset lived at Troy House, near Monmouth, which was famous for its fruit ; and...
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all the year round

charles dickens - 1874
...protest unto your majesty, I am as new-made a lord as any of them all ; but I was never called knave and rogue so much in all my life, as I have been since I received this last honour, and why should not they bear their share ? " Not long after the king's departure, Ragland Castle was besieged and...
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St. George and St. Michael

George MacDonald - 1878 - 432 páginas
...out of the room." " My lord," said the king, " at this rate you will drive away all my nobility." " I protest unto your majesty," the Marquis replied, "...honour : and why should they not bear their shares 1 " In high good-humour with his success, he told the story the same evening to Lady Glamorgan in Dorothy's...
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London Society, Volumen58

1890
...away all my nobility." " I vow," said the marquis, " I am as new-made a lord as any of them all, and I was never called knave or rogue so much in all my...as I have been since I received this last honour." He alluded to his recently-conferred title of marquis. When it became evident, after castle after castle...
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