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" I thank God I am no more afraid of death, nor daunted with any discouragements arising from my fears, but do as cheerfully put off my doublet at this time as ever I did when I went to bed. "
Cavaliers and Roundheads, Or Stories of the Great Civil War - Page 100
by John George Edgar - 1881
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The dying speeches and behaviour of the several state prisoners that have ...

Cambden, Burnet - Social Science - 1720 - 495 pages
...not afraid of Death, nor daunted with any Difcouragement rifing from any Fears, but do as chearfully put off my Doublet at this time, as ever I did when I went to Bed ; then he put oft" his Doublet, wound up his Hair with his Hands, and put' on a white CapThen he called,...
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The British Plutarch, Or Biographical Entertainer: Being a Select Collection ...

British - 1762
...not afraid of death, nor daunted with any difcouragement rifmg from any fears, but do as chearfully put off my doublet at this time, as ever I did when I went to bed ; tken he put off his doublet, wound up his-. " hair with his hands, and put on a. white cap. Then...
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A Collection of the Most Remarkable and Interesting Trials ..., Volume 1

Trials - 1775
...yet knows neither good nor evil. While he was undreffing, he faid, I as chearfully put off my cloaths at this time, as ever I did when I went to bed -, and putting on a white cap, he tucked up his hair under it ; then having prayed again, and fubmitted to...
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The British Plutarch: containing the lives of the most eminent ..., Volume 3

Francis Wrangham - Biography & Autobiography - 1816
...God, I am not afraid of death, nor daunted with any discouragement arising from any fears ; but do as cheerfully put off my doublet at this time, as ever I did when I went to bed." He then bound up his hair with his hands, and put on a white cap. . . After this, he asked, " Where...
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The History of the Troubles and Memorable Transactions in Scotland and ...

John Spalding - Scotland - 1828
...affraid of death nor daunted with any difcouragement ryfeing from any fear, but doe as cheirfully putt off my doublet, at this time, as ever I did when I went to bed." Then he putt off his doublet and wynded up his hair with his own hands, and put on a whyte cap. Then...
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Celebrated Trials of All Countries ; and Remarkable Cases of Criminal ...

John Jay Smith - Criminal law - 1836 - 120 pages
...knows neither good nor evil." While he was undressing, he said, "I as cheerfully put off my clothes at this time, as ever I did when I went to bed ;" and putting on a white cap, he tucked up his hair under it ; then having prayed again, and submitted to...
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Eminent British Statesmen: Sir John Eliot, by J. Forster, Thomas Wentworth ...

Statesmen - 1836
...and winding his hair under a cap, he said, looking on the block — " I do as cheerfully put offmy doublet at this time as ever I did when I went to bed." " Then," proceeds Rushworth, closing this memorable scene, " then he called, ' Where is the man that...
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The Churchman; a monthly magazine in defence of the venerable Church and ...

1840
...be to you and them all in all." The Earl then took off his doublet. " I thank God," he said, " I am no more afraid of death ; but as cheerfully put off...doublet at this time as ever I did when I went to bed." Having put on a white cap, he thrust his hair underneath it with his own hands. He then inquired for...
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The History of England, Volume 2

Thomas Keightley - Great Britain - 1839
...be my pillow, and here I shall rest from all my labours." He then began to undress, saying, " I do as cheerfully put off my doublet at this time as ever I did when I went to bed." He knelt and prayed, archbishop Usher and another clergyman kneeling with him. He laid down his head...
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The History of England, Volume 2

Thomas Keightley - Great Britain - 1839
...be my pillow, and here I shall rest from all my labours." He then began to undress, saying, " I do as cheerfully put off my doublet at this time as ever I did w hen I went to bed." He knelt and prayed, archbishop Usher and another clergyman kneeling with him....
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