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" ... days since I was compelled to give a note for seven pounds, to avoid an arrest for about double that sum which I owe. I wrote to every friend I had, but my friends are poor likewise : the time of payment approached, and I ventured to represent my... "
Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature - Page 356
1865
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The Great English Letter Writers, Volume 1

William James Dawson, Coningsby Dawson - Letter-writing - 1908
...vain, I yesterday confessed my inability, and obtained, with much entreaty, and as the greatest favour, a week's forbearance, when I am positively told, that I must pay the money, or prepare for a prison. You will guess the purpose of so long an introduction. I appeal to...
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1825-1854

Charles Wells Moulton - American literature - 1910
...double that sum which I owe. I wrote to every friend I had, but my friends are poor likewise. . . . Having used every honest means in vain, I yesterday...obtained, with much entreaty, and as the greatest favour, a week's forbearance, when I am positively told, that I must pay the money, or prepare for...
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The North American Review, Volume 39

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1834
...payment approached, and I ventured to represent my case to Lord Rochford. I begged to be credited for this sum till I received it of my subscribers, which...forbearance, when I am positively told, that I must pay the money, or prepare for a prison. ' You will guess the purpose of so long an introduction. I appeal to...
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The Correspondence of Edmund Burke

Edmund Burke
...credited for this Sum til I received it of my Subscribers which I beleive will be within one Month; to this Letter I had no Reply and I have probably...Having used every honest Means in vain, I Yesterday confess'd my Inabillity and obtain'd with much entreaty and as the greatest Favor a Week's forbearance,...
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