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" Gentlemen, I presume you very well know, or have heard of, my condition and disposition; and that I neither give nor take quarter. I am now with my Firelocks (who never yet neglected opportunity to correct rebels) ready to use you as I have done the Irish:... "
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and ... - Página 667
de John Burke - 1835
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History of the siege of Chester, during the civil wars in the time of king ...

1800
...infcrtion : " Gtnt.cmtn, " I prefume you very well know, or have heard, of my con" dition and difpofuion, and that I neither give nor take quarter. " I am now with my firelocks, who never yet neglected oppor" tunities to correct rebels, ready to ufe you as I have done the '' Irifh, but loath I am to...
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The history of the county palatine of Chester

J H. Hanshall - 1823
...the service in Ireland, which, as it is somewhat singular, shall be here inserted : " Gentlemen, " I presume you very well know, or have heard, of my condition and disposition, and that I neither give or take quarter ; I am now with my firelocks, who never yet neglected opportunity to correct rebels...
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Vindiciae Hibernicae, Or, Ireland Vindicated: An Attempt to Develop and ...

Mathew Carey - 1823 - 1 páginas
...my condifioii and disposition, and that / neither give nor take quarter. 1 am now with my tirelocks, (who never yet neglected opportunity to correct rebels,) ready to use you as I have done the, Irisli, but loth I am io spill my countrymen's blood. " THO. SANDFORD,"89* A murderous...
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transactions of the eummrodorion

METROPOLITAN CAMBRIAN INSTITUTION - 1828
...enough before; we can say no more but God's will be done. JOHN WARREN, ALEXANDER ELLIOT." " Gentlemen, I presume you very well know, or have heard of my condition,...opportunity to correct rebels) ready to use you as I have done the Irish, but loth These paper bullets however produced no immediate effect on the King's...
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History of the City of Chester, from Its Foundation to the Present Time ...

Joseph Hemingway - 1831
...service in Ireland, which, as it is somewhat singular, shall be here inserted :— " Gentlemen— I presume you very well know, or have heard, of my condition...never yet neglected opportunity to correct rebels j. ready to use you as 1 have done the Irish, but loth I am to spill my countrymen's blood ; wherefore,...
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History of the City of Chester, from Its Foundation to the Present Time ...

Joseph Hemingway - 1831
...singular, shall be here inserted : — " Gentlemen — I presume you very well know, or have beard, of my condition and disposition, and that I neither...opportunity to correct rebels ; ready to use you as I have done the Irish, but loth I am to spill my countrymen's blood ; wherefore, by these I advise...
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The Court Journal: Court Circular & Fashionable Gazette, Volumen 7

1835
...garrmon : " To the Officer commanding at H awarden Cutle, and hit consorts there : " Gentlemen, " I presume you very well know or have heard of my condition and disposition, and that 1 neither pive nor take quarter ; I am now with my firelock*, whu never yet neglected opportunity to...
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The history of the hundred of Wirral: with a sketch of the city and county ...

William Williams Mortimer - 1847 - 476 páginas
...man : — " Gentlemen, "I presume you very well know, or have heard, of my condition and disposition; that I neither give nor take quarter. I am now with my firelocks (who never yet neglected an opportunity to correct rebels) ready to use you as I have done the Irish, for loath I am to spill...
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The History of the Hundred of Wirral: With a Sketch of the City and County ...

William Williams Mortimer - 1847 - 476 páginas
...his general with a dispatch of his own, is strictly characteristic of the man : — " Gentlemen, " I presume you very well know, or have heard, of my condition and disposition ; that I neither give nor take quarter. I am now with my firelocks (who never yet neglected an opportunity...
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Abbeys, castles and ancient balls of England and Wales, their ..., Volumen 3

John Timbs - 1872
...them, one of which, from the famous royal partisan, Sandford, is as follows : — " GENTLEMEN, — I presume you very well know, or have heard, of my condition...give nor take quarter. I am now, with my firelocks (that never yet neglected opportunity to correct rebels), ready to use you as I have done the Irish....
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