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" Bercelette." ' The following story is related of him by Pole, in his collections for Devon — : ' Sir John Sully, renowned for his exploits in the Holy Land against the Saracens, in which he was weakened by several wounds, returned home after many years'... "
Collections Towards a Description of the County of Devon: By Sir William ... - Page 89
by Sir William Pole - 1791 - 568 pages
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1792
...was weakned by many wounds, return'd home after many year« difcontinuance, where, upon his officerea bringing in the accounts of his rent, which amounted to a great mafle of mony ; he cauled his cloake, being of cloth of gold, to be fpread on the ground, and commanding...
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De controversia in curia militari inter Ricardum Le Scrope et ..., Volume 2

Sir Richard Le Scrope - Heraldry - 1832
...was weakened by many wounds, returned home after many years' discontinuance ; whereupon his officers bringing in the accounts of his rent, which amounted to a great mass of money, he caused his cloak, being of cloth of gold, to be spread on the ground, and commanding...
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the quarterly reviiew

JOHN MURRAY - 1836
...he was weakened by several wounds, returned home after many years' absence: whereupon his officers bringing in the accounts of his rent, which amounted to a great mass of money, he caused his cloak, being of cloth of gold, to be spread on the ground, and commanding...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 56

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 - 1836
...he was weakened by several wounds, returned home after many years' absence: whereupon his officers bringing in the accounts of his rent, which amounted to a great mass of money, he caused his cloak, being of cloth of gold, to be spread on the ground, and commanding...
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The Quarterly Review.VOL.LV. december,1835 & February,1836

The Quarterly Review.VOL.LV. december,1835 & February,1836 - 1836
...he was weakened by several wounds, returned home after many years' absence: whereupon his officers bringing in the accounts of his rent, which amounted to a great mass of money, he caused his cloak, being of cloth of gold, to be spread on the ground, and commanding...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 56

1836
...he was weakened by several wounds, returned home after many years' absence: whereupon his officers bringing in the accounts of his rent, which amounted to a great mass of money, he caused his cloak, being of cloth of gold, to be spread on the ground, and commanding...
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