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" ... preservation after one very severe winter, for when I took them up, they were as dry as if they came from the fireside, yet they could not possibly have remained so much longer without prejudice. In short, as I had once exposed my life for the safety... "
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and ... - Page 329
by John Burke - 1835
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The Court Journal: Court Circular & Fashionable Gazette, Volume 5

1833
...possibly have remained so much longer without prejudice. In short, as I had once exposed my life for the safety of the father, I could not do less than...to London, as I told you, but the difficulties did nut arise now from the severity of the season, but the fear of being discovered and arrested. To avoid...
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The History of Scotland, Volume 6

George Buchanan - Scotland - 1829
...possibly have remained so much longer without prejudice. lu short, as I had once exposed my life for the safety of the father, I could not do less than...on horseback but from York to London, as I told you ; bat the difficulties did not now arise from the severity of the season, but from the fear of being...
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Memoirs of the Jacobites of 1715 and 1745, Volume 2

Katherine Thomson - Jacobite Rebellion, 1715 - 1845
...for her enterprise. " In short," she thus prefaces her narrative, " as I had once exposed my life for the safety of the father, I could not do less than...discovered and arrested. To avoid this, I bought three saddle-horses, and set off with my dear Evans and a very trusty servant, whom I brought with me out...
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Anecdotes of the Aristocracy: And Episodes in Ancestral Story, Volume 2

Bernard Burke - Anecdotes - 1849
...possibly have remained so much longer without prejudice. In short, as I had once exposed my life for the safety of the father, I could not do less than...and arrested. To avoid this, I bought three saddle horses, and set off with my clear Evans, and a very trusty servant, whom I brought with me out of Scotland....
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Anecdotes of the Aristocracy: And Episodes in Ancestral Story, Volume 2

Bernard Burke - Anecdotes - 1849
...possibly have remained so much longer without prejudice. In short, as I had once exposed my life for the safety of the father, I could not do less than hazard it once more for the fortune of the son. 1 had never travelled on horseback but from York to London, as I told you, but the difficulties did...
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The history of Scotland... to the present time, Volume 6

George Buchanan - 1856
...possibly have remained so much longer without prejudice. In short, as I had once exposed my life for the safety of the father, I could not do less than...London, as I told you ; but the difficulties did not now arise from the severity of the season, but from the fear of being known and arrested. To avoid...
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Memorials of the Tower of London

William Lennox Lascelles Fitzgerald-de-Ros De Ros (23d baron).) - 1866 - 298 pages
...country was now her object. "As I had hazarded my life for the father," she wrote to her sister, " I could not do less than hazard it once more for the son." Whether she adopted any disguise does not appear, but she bought three saddle-horses, and attended...
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The Sentimental and Masonic Magazine, Volume 1

1792
...not do lefs than hazard it once more for the fortune of the fon. I had never travelled on horfeback but from York to London, as I told you ; but the difficulties did not now arife from the feverity of the feafon, but from the fear of being known and anvil ed. To avoid...
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