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" She thinking it to be no more than his usual humour, took no notice of it ; but in the way home, to her great mortification, he unriddled the jest, by acquainting her with what he had done the preceding day. "
The Analytical Review, Or History of Literature, Domestic and Foreign, on an ... - Page 286
1792
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Picturesque Views on the River Thames: From Its Source in ..., Volume 2

Samuel Ireland - Thames River (England) - 1792
...gone before ; he came now himfelf, and making her a low bow faid, " Madam, my lord is gone :" ihe ч thinking it to be no more than his ufual humour, took no notice of it; butin the way home, to her great mortification, he unriddled the jeft, by acquainting her with what...
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The Caledonian Bee: Or, a Select Collection of Interesting Extracts, from ...

Caledonian bee - English literature - 1795 - 280 pages
...is gone before ;' he came now lumfelf, and making a low bow, faid., ' Madam, my lord is gone.' She thinking it to be no more than his ufual humour, took...acquainting her with what he had done the preceding day.' Holbein, who came to England in 1526, was firft .patronized by Sir Thomas More, and during the fpace...
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The Caledonian Bee: Or, a Select Collection, of Interesting Extracts, from ...

Literature - 1795 - 280 pages
...gcr.^ bofore ;' he came now hiinfclf, and making a low bcv.-, faid, ' Mnilam, my lord is gone.' !ihe thinking it to be no more .than his ufual humour, took no notice of it; :iut in the way home, to her g'eat mortification, he unriddled .the jeft, by acquainting her with what...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 26

Tobias Smollett - Books - 1799
...lord is gone before;" he came now himfelf, and making a low bow, faid, " Madam, my lord is gone." She thinking it to be no more than his ufual humour, took...home, to her great mortification, he unriddled the jell, by acquainting her with what he had done the preceding day. ' Holbtin, who came to England in...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

English literature - 1799
...lord is gone before;" he came now himfelf, and making a low bow, faid, " Madam, my lord is gone." She thinking it to be no more than his ufual humour, took no notice of it; but in the wny home, to her great mortification, he unriddled the jeft, by acquainting her with what he had done...
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations ..., Volume 10, Issue 4

John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley - Architecture - 1816
...and making a low bow, said, " Madam ! my Lord is gone." Sue, thinking it to be no more than his usual humour, took no notice of it ; but in the way home, to her great mortification, he unriddled the jest, by acquainting her with what lie had Jone the preceding day. On the morning of the day in which...
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Picturesque Views on the River Thames,: From Its Source in ..., Volume 2

Samuel Ireland - Thames River (England) - 1802
...gentlemen to go to his lady's pew, and tell her that my lord was gone before ; he came now himfelf, and making her a low bow faid, " Madam, my lord is...ill-fated great ftatefman was beheaded on Tower-hill, July 5, j 535. His body was interred in the chapel of the Tower, and being afterwards begged by his daughter...
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Characteristic Anecdotes of Men of Learning and Genius, Natives of Great ...

John Watkins - Authors, English - 1808 - 552 pages
...making her a low bow, said " Madam, my lord is gone.'" She, thinking it to be no more than his usual humour, took no notice of it ; but in the way home, to her great mortification, he unriddled the jest, by telling her what had happened the day before. When he was sitting as a justice at the sessions,...
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An historical and topographical description of Chelsea, and its environs

Thomas Faulkner - 1810 - 459 pages
...and making a low bow, said, " Madam, my lord is gone." She thinking it to be no more than his usual humour, took no notice of it ; but in the way home, to her great mortification, he unriddled the jest, by acquainting her with what he had done the preceding day. t moned to repair to Lambeth, for...
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The Environs of London: pt. 1. Surrey

Daniel Lysons - London (England) - 1811
...lord is gone before ;" he came now himfelf, and making a low bow, faid, " Madam, my lord is gone." She thinking it to be no more than his ufual humour, took...mortification, he unriddled the jeft, by acquainting her what he had done the preceding day ." Holbein, who came to England in 1526, was firft patronized...
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