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" ' that wishing to feel easy as to his own property, -which he had inherited from a long train of ancestors, but knowing the various claims which his lordship possessed upon that of others, he begged leave to inquire what sum he would be contented to... "
A Portion of the Journal Kept by Thomas Raikes, Esq., from 1831 to 1847 - Page 84
by Thomas Raikes - 1857
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 16

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1858
...to property which had been either dormant or unknown to his family. This led a Mr. Coke to write him that "wishing to feel easy as to his own property, which he had inherited from a long line of ancestors, but knowing the various claims his Lordship possessed upon that of others, he begged...
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Temple bar, conducted by G.A. Sala

Temple almanack
...quietest of his neighbours took alarm. Mr. Coke became nervous, and wrote to Lord Cholmondeley, " ' that wishing to feel easy as to his own property,...lordship possessed upon that of others, he begged leave tu inquire what sum he would be contented to receive as an indemnity for any claim he might hereafter...
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Personal Reminiscences

Richard Henry Stoddard - 1875 - 339 pages
...compromise took place. It was in this interval that old Mr. Coke,1 of Holkham, satirically wrote aletter to Lord Cholmondeley to the following purport, viz.,...for any claim he might hereafter think fit to make 1 Aferwards raised to the peerage with the title of Earl of Leicester. upon the Holkham Estate." Lord...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 160

1884
...the quietest of his neighbors took alarm. Mr. Coke became nervous, and wrote to Lord Cliolmondeley, "that wishing to feel easy as to his own property,...which his lordship possessed upon that of others, lie begged leave to inquire what sum he would be contented to receive as an indemnity for any claim...
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Personal Reminiscences

Ellis Cornelia Knight, Thomas Raikes - Great Britain - 1876 - 339 pages
...was never clearly made out, and a compromise took place. It was in this interval that old Mr. Coke,1 of Holkham, satirically wrote a letter to Lord Cholmondeley...for any claim he might hereafter think fit to make 1 Aferwards raised to the peerage with the title of Earl o! Leicester. upon the Holkham Estate." Lord...
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Coke of Norfolk and His Friends: The Life of Thomas William Coke ..., Volume 2

Anna Maria Wilhelmina Stirling, Anna Maria Diana Wilhelmina Pickering Stirling - 1908
...and Coke at once wrote sarcastically to Lord Cholmondeley : "That wishing to feel easy in his mind as to his own property, which he had inherited from...that of others, he begged leave to inquire what sum Lord Cholmondeley would be content to receive as an indemnity for any claim he might hereafter think...
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