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Christmas Stories from "Household Words" & "All the Year Round" - Page 302

Charles Dickens - Christmas stories - 1914 - 708 pages
(N.B. Mr. Pratchett is in Australia, and his address there is " the Bush.") Having
took Mrs. Pratchett down as many pegs as was essential to the future happiness
of all parties, I requested her to explain herself. " For instance," I says, to give her
a ...
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All the Year Round: A Weekly Journal, Volume 8 - Page 4

1863
He must be at one extremity or the other of the social scale. He cannot be at the
waist of it, or anywhere else but the extremities. It is for him to decide which of the
extremities. On the eventful occasion under consideration, I give Mrs. Pratchett ...
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Dombey and son. Old curiosity shop. Hard times - Page 114

Charles Dickens - 1868
0n the eventful occasion under consideration, I give Mrs. Pratchett so distinctly to
understand my decision, that I broke her spirit as towards myself, then and there,
and for good. Let not inconsistency be suspected on account of my mentioning ...
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All the Year Round, Volume 8 - Page 4

Charles Dickens - 1862
He must be at one extremity or the other of the social scale. He cannot be at the
waist of it, or anywhere else but the extremities. It is for him to decide which of the
extremities. On the eventful occasion under consideration, 1 give Mrs. Pratchett ...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's ..., Volume 2 - Page 309

Great Britain. Court of King's Bench, John Prince Smith - Law reports, digests, etc - 1806
... wilfully, and unlawfully did threaten one Richard Pratchett, with the prosecution
of an information against him the said \ Richard Pratchett, for selling certain
medicines without stamps, with intent to extort money from the said Richard Pratc/
ielt, ...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volume 40 - Page 201

Law reports, digests, etc - 1895
Marsh's claim, the defendant Pratchett denied the conclusions, and alleged facts
to sustain the denial. She also prayed a dismissal of defendant Marsh's cross
petition, and that she have such affirmative relief as she might be entitled to to ...
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The Weekly Law Bulletin and Ohio Law Journal, Volumes 33-34 - Page 206

Law - 1895
of an account of the amount due upon a cer. tain judgment rendered in favor of
Mrs. Pratchett and against Mrs. Marsh, which had been assigned to Mrs. Brooks
as security for the payment of a $400.00 note held by Mrs. Brooks against Mrs.
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Ohio Legal News, Volume 2 - Page 430

Jay Ford Laning - Law - 1895
Mrs. Pratchett filed no bond and took no further step to appeal. The circuit court
ordered the trial to proceed in that court on the issue between Mrs. Brooks and
Mrs. Marsh, but refused to entertain the appeal as to Mrs. Pratchett, and the latter
 ...
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Ohio Legal News, Volume 2 - Page 430

Law reports, digests, etc - 1895
| legal title, or Mrs. Pratchett owned it by refused to entertain the appeal as to Mrs.
sistent claims as to title. – The common Pratchett, and the latter seeks to reverse
pleas held that me ther owned the judgPlaintiff below, defendant in error here, ...
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Best Swimming Quotes - Page 24

Piotr J. Kober - Sports & Recreation - 2013 - 127 pages
Terry. Pratchett. "Can you swim?" said Victor. One of the cavern's rotting pillars
crashed down behind them. From the pit itself came a terrible wailing. "Not very
well," said Ginger. "Me neither," he said. The commotion behind them was getting
 ...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Ohio, Volume 52 - Page 497

Ohio. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1896
Pratchett v. Marsh e/ al. be canceled. Also adjudging costs made by plaintiff
against her, and the residue of the costs against Mrs. Pratchett. Notice of appeal
was given by both the plaintiff and Mrs. Pratchett, and the court fixed the bond for
 ...
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Bengal Tiger, Or, Regimental Paper of the 2nd Battalion Royal ..., Volumes 10-12 - Page 7

1894
Collins b Broadway 0 b Pratchett 9 L.-f'pl. Byers not out 4 b Broadway 3 Pte.
Bynieb Broadway 0 run out I 2 ,, Regan b Pratchett 3 b Pratchett 0 ., Rice 0 & 'o
Pratchett 0 not out 1 Cpl. Beadle b Broadway ' Pte. O'Leary b Broadway 0 b
Pratchett 6 ...
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Christmas books, Tales and sketches - Page 291

Charles Dickens, Gilbert Ashville Pierce - Literary Criticism - 1894
On the eventful occasion under consideration, I give Mrs. Pratchett so distinctly to
understand my decision, that I broke her spirit as towards myself, then and there,
and for good. Let not inconsistency be suspected on account of my mentioning ...
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The Works of Charles Dickens: Christmas stories - Page 285

Charles Dickens, George Cruikshank - 1901
He cannot be at the waist of it, or anywhere else but the extremities. It is for him to
decide which of the extremities. On the eventful occasion under consideration, I
give Mrs. Pratchett so distinctly to understand my decision, that I broke her spirit ...
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The Fireside Dickens. Complete ed - Page 336

Charles Dickens - 1903
He cannot be at the waist of it, or anywhere else but the extremities. It is for him to
decide which of the extremities. On the eventful occasion under consideration, I
give Mrs. Pratchett so distinctly to understand my decision, that I broke her spirit ...
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The Oxford India paper Dickens - Page 336

Charles Dickens - 1901
He cannot be at the waist of it, or anywhere else but the extremities. It is for him to
decide which of the extremities. On the eventful occasion under consideration, I
give Mrs. Pratchett so distinctly to understand my decision, that I broke her spirit ...
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The Christmas Books: And Reprinted Pieces - Page 410

Charles Dickens - Christmas stories - 1883 - 840 pages
On the eventful occasion under consideration, I give Mrs. Pratchett so distinctly to
understand my decision, that I broke her spirit as towards myself, then and there,
and for good. Let not inconsistency be suspected on account of my mentioning ...
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The Works of Charles Dickens - Page 366

Charles Dickens - 1908
On the eventful occasion under consideration, I give Mrs. Pratchett so distinctly to
understand my decision, that 1 broke her spirit as towards myself, then and there,
and for good. Let not inconsistency be suspected on account of my mentioning ...
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Works - Page 410

Charles Dickens - 1884
On the eventful occasion under consideration, I give Mrs. Pratchett so distinctly to
understand my decision, that I broke her spirit as towards myself, then and there,
and for good. Let not inconsistency be suspected on account of my mentioning ...
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The Uncommercial Traveller and Additional Christmas Stories - Page 367

Charles Dickens - 1877
Mrs. Pratchett so distinctly to understand my decision, that I broke her spirit as
towards myself, then and there, and for good. Let not inconsistency be suspected
on account of my mentioning Mrs. Pratchett as " Mrs.," and having formerly ...
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Ogrody Nauk i Sztuk: Debiuty 2013 - Page 252

Liliana Kołodziejczak, Agnieszka Imbierowicz, Beata Działa - 2013 - 328 pages
Pratchett centres the plot of his novels around an entire, continuously growing,
policeforce. This would indicate a possibility of categorizing the novels within the
18thcentury tradition. However the actual detection alwaysfalls to one individual:
 ...
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REBEL TIMES 91: Nowości i wiadomości ze świata gier planszowych - Page 28

2015 - 42 pages
Pratchett. w. wersji. bardzo. lekkiej. W marcu literacki świat obiegła smutna
wiadomość o śmierci sir Terry'ego Pratchetta, jednego z najpoczytniejszych
brytyjskich twórców fantasy i mistrza fantastyki humorystycznej. Internet zaroił się
od grafik ...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Exchequer and ... - Page 475

Robert Philip Tyrwhitt - Court rules - 1835
2G ; also 1 Rol. AH. t9, pi. 49; King v. Wihm, Stra. 873. (6) 6 B. & C. 603. See
Woodbridge v. Spanner. 3 I'.. & Aid. S33. . . * H H 2 Pratchett. E ASTON V.
Pratchett. (o) Lee v. Mitggeridge, 5 Taunt. IN THE EXCHEQUER OF PLEAS, 47i?
c.
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the King's Bench Practice Court ... - Page 706

Great Britain. Bail Court - Civil procedure - 1835
Pratchett (a) may be considered as having decided that such a plea is bad upon
special demurrer. Wightman was called upon by the Court to support the plea. —
If the note was made without any consideration, it was a good defence to plead ...
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The New Practice of the Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer ... - Page 352

William Tidd - Civil procedure - 1837 - 635 pages
Eastern v. Pratchett, 1 Gale, SO. I 260, &c. Cromp. M. & R 798. 4 Tyr. Rep. 472. »
1 Chit Jun. PI. 269. (39, 40.); and 3 Dow). Rep. 472. 9 Leg. Obs. 4«. 6 see
Connop r. Holmes, 1 Tyr. & G. 85. Car. & P. 736. S. C. 2 Cromp. M. & K. 4 DowL
Rep.
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Tortured Dreams

Hadena James - Fiction - 2013 - 394 pages
She also loves to travel throughout North America and Europe. Her favorite cities
are Chicago, Illinois and Berlin, Germany. She is an avid reader; reading
everything from the classics like Jane Austen to modern writers like Terry
Pratchett.
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Cases in the Court of Common Pleas and Exchequer Chamber [1834-1840]. - Page 404

John Scott - Law reports, digests, etc - 1839
John Scott. 40 lplea, being clearly ill pleaded——see Reynolds v. lvemy, 3 Dowl.
463, Easton v. Pratchett, 1C.M. & H.798, 3Dowl. 72, Lacey v. Forrester, 2 C. M. 8;
R. 59, 3 Dowl. 668, Stoughlon v. The Earl of Kilmorey, 2 C. M. 86 R. 72, 3 Dowl.
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An historical genealogy of the royal house of Stuarts, from the reign of k ...

Mark Noble - 1795
Mr. Edw. Moore Noble, of Birmingham. O. The Earl of Upper Ossory. P. The Earl
of Plymouth. The late Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Peterborough. The Rev. Ja.
Pratchett, Rector of Holgate. The Rev. Jam. Pearson, of Meacham, Leicestershire
, ...
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The Law Magazine and Review: A Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence, Volume 15 - Page 413

Law - 1836
(Pleadings—Consideration.) The case of Easton v. Pratchett, 1 C., M. & R. 798, 4
Tyr. 472, (Law Mag. xiii. 448,) was affirmed on error in the Exchequer Chamber.
—Easton v. Pratchett, 2 C., M. & R. 542. And see PRACT ICE, 19, 22; WITNESS, ...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of ..., Volume 13 - Page 321

Francis Vesey - Law reports, digests, etc - 1827
PRATCHETT (68). 1807. Feb. 24/A. rpHOMAS AYNSWORTH by his Will devised
and Increase of bequeathed his real and personal estate to trus- maintenance,
tees, upon trust to pay to his wife for her life such beyond that annual sum, ...
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