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" I thought they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought proper to make off also. I opened the door, and stood half in it, that those in the outward chamber might hear what I said ; but held it so close that they could... "
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and ... - Page 327
by John Burke - 1835
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 12

Liberalism (Religion) - 1817
...thought they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards, i then thought proper to walk off also ; I opened the door and stood half in it, that those hi the outer -chamber might hear what I said, but In id it so close that they could not look in, and...
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The Jacobite Relics of Scotland: Being the Songs, Airs, and ..., Volume 2

James Hogg - Jacobites - 1821
...if we were conversing together, till I thought they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought proper to make off also....but held it so close that they could not look in. I bid my lord a formal farewell for the night ; and added, that something more than usual must have happened...
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Annual Register, Volume 34

Edmund Burke - History - 1821
...conversing together, till I thought they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. 1 then thought proper to make off also. I opened the door, and stood half in it, that those in the ouiward chamber might hear •what I said ; but held it so close that they could not look in. I bid...
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The cabinet; or The selected beauties of literature [ed. by J ..., Volume 1

Cabinet - Literature - 1824 - 420 pages
...if we were conversing together, till I thought they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought proper to make off also....but held it so close, that they could not look in. I bid my Lord a formal farewel for that night ; and added, that something more than usual must have happened,...
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The History of Scotland, from the Union to the Abolition of the Heritable ...

John Struthers - Jacobite Rebellion, 1715 - 1827
...if we were conversing together, till I thought they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought proper to make off also....but held it so close, that they could not look in. I bid my lord a formal farewell for that night ; and added, that something more than usual must have...
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The History of Scotland from the Union to the Abolition of the Abolition of ...

John Struthers - 1828
...if we were conversing together, till I thought they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought proper to make off also....but held it so close, that they could not look in. I bid my lord a formal farewell for that night ; and added, that something more than usual must have...
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The History of Scotland, Volume 6

George Buchanan - Scotland - 1829
...if we were conversing together, till I thought they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought proper to make off also....but held it so close, that they could not look in. I bid my lord a formal farewell for that night; and added, that something more than usual must have happened,...
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The History of Scotland, Volume 6

George Buchanan - Scotland - 1829
...if we were conversing together, till I thought they had time enough thoroughly to clear themselves of the guards. I then thought proper to make off also....but held it so close, that they could not look in. I bid my lord a formal farewell for that night ; and added, that something more than usual must have...
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Jacobite minstrelsy; with notes

Jacobite minstrelsy - 1829
...together, tlll I thonght they had time enongh thoronghly to elear themselres of the guards. I then thonght proper to make off also. I opened the door and stood half in it, that those in the outward ehamher might hear what I said; hut held it so elose that they eould not look in. I hade my lord a...
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The Court Journal: Court Circular & Fashionable Gazette, Volume 5

1833
...tlie guards. I then thought proper to make off also. 1 opened the door, and stood half in it that time in the outward chamber might hear what I said, but held it so close they could not look in. 1 hade my Lord formal farewell for the niglit, and added, that something more...
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