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" I think I did thoroughly appease him, till he thanked me for my desire and pains to satisfy him ; and upon my desiring to be directed who I should of his servants advise with about this business, he told me nobody, but would be glad to hear from me himself.... "
Memorials of the Professional Life and Times of Sir William Penn ...: From ... - Página 235
de Granville Penn - 1833
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Retrospective Review: And Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volumen 13

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1826
...the gout, and there walked with me, I think, above an hour, talking most friendly yet most cunningly. I think I did thoroughly appease him, till he thanked me for my desire and pains to satisfy him. He told me he would not direct me in any thing, that it might not be said the Lord Chancellor did labour...
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The Retrospective Review

1826
...the gout, and there walked with me, I think, above an hour, talking most friendly yet most cunningly. I think I did thoroughly appease him, till he thanked me for my desire and pains to satisfy him. He told me he would not direct me in any thing, that it might not be said the Lord Chancellor did labour...
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The Retrospective Review

Henry Southern - 1826
...the gout, and there walked with me, I think, above an hour, talking most friendly yet most cunningly. I think I did thoroughly appease him, , till he thanked me for my desire and pains to satisfy him. He told me he would not direct me in any thing, that it might not be said the Lord Chancellor did labour...
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Historical inquiries respecting the character of Edward Hyde, earl of Clarendon

George James Welbore Agar- Ellis (1st baron Dover.) - 1827
...least, he did place his fear upon me; but he finds that he is indebted to none of his friends there. I think I did thoroughly appease him, till he thanked me for my desire and pains to satisfy him: and upon my desiring to be directed who I should of his servants advise with about this business, he...
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Historical Inquires Repecting the Character of Edward Hyde, Earl of ...

George Agar-Ellis Dover (1st baron) - 1827 - 182 páginas
...least, he did place his fear upon me; but he finds that he is indebted to none of his friends there. I think I did thoroughly appease him, till he thanked me for my desire and pains to satisfy him : and upon my desiring to be directed who I should of his servants advise with about this business,...
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Memorials of the Professional Life and Times of Sir William Penn ..., Volumen 2

Granville Penn - 1833
...design (the Dutch war), " but was always against it. But his interest was now sunk low." — BURNET. * Continuation, &c., vol. ii. p. 328. 8vo, Ed. Oxon....establishment of his great kinsman, Mountagu.1 1 " February 25/A, 1666-7 — Lay long in bed ; talking with pleasure with " my poor wife, how she used to make...
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Memorials of the professional life and times of Sir William Penn ..., Volumen 2

Granville Penn - 1833
...things."2 That " fast friendship," which was one of the features of the time, and which not only continued and strengthened until death divided them, but operated...the establishment of his great kinsman, Mountagu.1 But, if Penn possessed not the friendship of Clarendon, he enjoyed in full measure the far more desirable...
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Memorials of the professional life and times of sir William Penn ..., Volumen 2

Granville Penn, William Penn (sir.), George Savile (1st marq. of Halifax.) - 1833
..." act of the whole board. He told me, that, think" ing who it was of the board that did know lu'm " least, he did place his fear upon me. I think I did...establishment of his great kinsman, Mountagu.1 1 " February 2o</1, lCfi6-7- — Lay long in bed ; talking with pleasure with " «iy poor wife, how she used to...
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Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S.: Secretary to ..., Volumen 2

1854
...least, he did place his fear upon me; but he finds that he is indebted to none of his friends there. I think I did thoroughly appease him, till he thanked me for my desire and pains to satisfy him; and, upon my desiring to be directed who I should of his servants advise with about this business,...
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Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys ...: The Diary ..., Volumen 3

Samuel Pepys - 1866
...least, he did place his fear upon me ; but he finds that he is indebted to none of his friends there. I think I did thoroughly appease him, till he thanked me for my desire and pains to satisfy him ; and, upon my desiring to be directed who I should of his servants advise with about this business,...
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