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" ... justice, he bade each of them call the dog ; which, when they did, the dog went presently to the beggar, forsaking my Lady. When he saw this, he bade my Lady be contented, for it was none of hers ; yet she, repining at the sentence of my Lord Chancellor,... "
THE NATURALIST; A POPULAR MONTHLY MAGAZINE. VOL. VII. - Page 64
by REV. F.O. MORRIS - 1857
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The Life of Sir Thomas More

Cresacre More - Christian martyrs - 1828 - 376 pages
...lower end, and saying, that he sat there to do every one justice, he bad each of them call the dog; which when they did, the dog went presently to the beggar, forsaking my lady. When he saw this, he bad my lady be contented, for it was none of hers ; yet she repining at the sentence of my lord chancellor,...
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The Life of Sir Thomas More

Cresacre More - Christian martyrs - 1828 - 376 pages
...which when they did, the dog went presently to the beggar, forsaking my lady. When he saw this, he bad my lady be contented, for it was none of hers ; yet she repining at the sentence of my lord chancellor, agreed with the beggar, and gave her a piece of gold, which would well have bought...
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The Bijou: An Annual of Literature and the Arts, Volume 2

William Pickering - Gift books - 1829
...lower end, and saying, that he sat there to do every one justice, he bad each of them call the dog, which when they did, the dog went presently to the...none of hers ; yet she repining at the sentence of my lord chancellor, agreed with the beggar, and gave her a piece of gold, which would well have bought...
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A memoir of Sir Thomas More: with extracts from his works and letters

Emily Taylor - 1834 - 141 pages
...nether end, and said, that he sat there to do every one justice : he bade each of them call the dog; which, when they did, the dog went presently to the...none of hers: yet she repining at the sentence of my Lord Chancellor, agreed with the beggar, and gave her a piece of gold which would well have bought...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 7

American literature - 1846
...lower end, and saying that he sat there to do every one justice, he bade each of them call the dog; which, when they did, the dog went presently to the...he saw this, he bade my Lady be contented, for it WHS none of hers; yet she, repining at the sentence of my Lord Chancellor, agreed with the heggar,...
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The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England ...

Judges - 1845
...lower end, and saying that he sat there to do every one justice, he bade each of them call the dog; which, when they did, the dog went presently to the...none of hers ; yet she, repining at the sentence of my Lord Chancellor, agreed with the beggar, and gave her a piece of gold, which would well have bought...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 7

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1846
...lower end, and saying that he sat there to do every one justice, he bade each of them call the dog; which, when they did, the dog went presently to the...none of hers; yet she, repining at the sentence of my Lord Chancellor, agreed with the beggar, and gave her a piece of gold, which would well have bought...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 77

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1846
...lower end, and saying that he sat there to do every one justice, he bade each of them call the dog ; which, when they did, the dog went presently to the...none of hers ; yet she, repining at the sentence of my Lord Chancellor, agreed with the beggar, and gave her a piece of gold, which would well have bought...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 77

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1846
...lower end, and saying that he sat there to do every one justice, be bade each of them call the dog ; which, when they did, the dog went presently to the...none of hers ; yet she, repining at the sentence of my Lord Chancellor, agreed with the beggar, and gave her a piece of gold, which would well have bought...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volume 77

1846
...lower end, and saying that he sat there to do every one justice, he bade each of them call l he dog ; which, when they did, the dog went presently to the...none of hers ; yet she, repining at the sentence of my Lord Chancellor, agreed with the beggar, and gave her a piece of gold, which would well have bought...
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