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" ... the other being loft in the dirt. •' They continued to wander through the open meadows, without following any certain path» and without getting to any diftance from Warfaw. "
The Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge - Page 375
1784
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The Weekly entertainer; or agreeable and instructive repository. [Continued ...

1784
...their legs, they obliged his majeity to follow them on foot, witii only one fljoe, the other being loll in the dirt. They continued to wander through the...diftance from Warfaw. They again mounted the king on horfebadc, two of them holding him on each fide by the hand, and a third leading his horfe by the bridle,...
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Annual Register, Volume 27

Edmund Burke - History - 1787
...horfes could not keep their legs, they obliged his majefty to follow them on foot, with only one fhoe, the other being loft in the dirt. " They continued...the king on horfeback, two of them holding him on eacU fide by the hand, and a third ' carriage, not one fhould hurt or wound the king. Several went...
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Travels Into Poland, Russia, Sweden Et Denmark, Volume 1

William Coxe - 1787
...could " not keep their legs, they obliged his ma" jefty to follow them on foot, with only one '' fhoe, the other being loft in the dirt. '' They continued...through the " open meadows, without following any cer'' tain path, and without getting to any ** diftance from Warfaw. They again mount" ed the king...
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Travels Into Poland, Russia, Sweden and Denmark ...

William Coxe - Denmark - 1792
...ig" norant of the way ; and, as the horfes could " not keep their legs, they obliged his ma" jetty to follow them on foot, with only one /hoe, the other...getting to any " diftance from Warfaw. They again mount" ed the king on horfeback, two of them " holding him on each fide by the hand, " and a third...
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The history of Poland ... 1795; to which is prefixed an accurate account of ...

Stephen Jones - 1795
...their legs, they obliged his majefty^o follow them on foot, with only one fhoe, the other being lofl. in the dirt. " They continued to wander through the...following any certain path, and without getting to anydiftance from Warfaw, They again mounted the king on horfeback, two * " It was Lukawfki, one of...
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Encyclopędia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volume 15, Part 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1797
...exceedingly dark ; they were abfolutely ignorant of the way ; and, as the horfes could not keep their legs, they obliged his majefty to follow them on foot, •with...king on horfeback, two of them holding him on each fide by the hand, and a third leading his horfe by the bridle. In this manner they were proceeding,...
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Arminian Magazine for the Year ...

John Wesley - Methodism
...horfes could not keep their legs, they obliged his majefly to follow them on foot, with only one Oioe ; the other being loft in the dirt. " They continued...following any certain path, and without getting to any great diflance from Warfare. They again mounted the king on horfeback, two of them holding him on each...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...the other being ' loft in the dirt. " They continued (o wander : through the open meadows, with1 out following any certain path, and without getting to...on horfeback, '• two of them holding him on each ' fide by the hand, and a third '.' carnage, not one ihould hurt or wound the king. Several went through...
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Annual Register, Volume 27

History - 1800
...them on foot, willf only one flioe, the other being loft in the dirt. " They continued to wanc'er : through the open meadows, without following any certain...and without getting to any diftance from Warfaw They a gai ij mounted the king on horfeback, •'two of them holding him on each ' lide by the hand, and...
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Travels into Poland, Russia, Sweden and Denmark, Volume 1

William Coxe - 1802
...thefp demands were reiterated in prpportion to the obftacles which; they encountered, ..•'»' "• They continued to wander through the open meadows, without following any certain path, until, apprehenfive of being overtaken, they again mounted the king on horfeback; one led his, liorfe...
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