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" I strove, as soon as ever it was dark, to get from them ; and though I could not get them to stand by me against the enemy, I could not get rid of them, now I had a mind to it. "
The Boscobel Tracts: Relating to the Escape of Charles the Second After the ... - Página 148
editado por - 1857 - 399 páginas
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A General History of Scotland: From the Earliest Accounts to the ..., Volumen 10

William Guthrie - 1768
...foon as ever it was dark, to get from them ; and though I could not get them to Hand by me againft the enemy, I could not get rid of them now I had a mind to it." Many arguments were made for Charles to put himfelf at their head, and force his way to Scotland ;...
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An account of the preservation of king Charles ii. after the battle of ...

Charles II (king of Gt. Britain.) - 1801
...foon as ever it was dark, to get from them; and though I could not get them to ftand by me againft the enemy, I could not get rid of them, now I. had...Lauderdale, Derby, Wilmot, Tom Blague, Duke Darcey, and feveral others of my an¿L Borle ¿>/J W Buckinahcurv.Eœrlc' of (^cnsentiy , асе. ' ' l": " ' :'....
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volumen 4

Enos Bronson - 1810
...get from them; and though I could not get them to stand by me against the enemy, I could not get lid of them, now I had a mind to it. So we (that is my l'd duke of Buckm, Luderdale, Derby, Wilmot, Tom Blake, duke Darcy, and several others of my servants)...
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The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ...

1825
...with mine for going to London, except Lord Wilmot But we had such a number of beaten cavalry about us, that I strove, as soon as ever it was dark, to get...rid of them now I had a mind to it. So we, (that is, the duke of Buckingham, Lauderdale, Derby, Wilmot, Tom Blake, duke Darcy, and several others of my...
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Narratives of peril and suffering

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1840
...fugitives. " We had such a number of beaten men with us of the horse," says the king in his narrative, " that I strove, as soon as ever it was dark, to get...could not get rid of them, now I had a mind to it." At length, with about sixty gentlemen and officers, among whom were the Duke of Buckingham, the Earls...
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - 1846 - 546 páginas
...getting to Scotland, but not one agreeing with mine, for going to London, saving my Lord Wilmot ; atii the truth is, I did not impart my design of going...them, now I had a mind to it. So we, that is, my Lord Duko of Buckingham, Lauderdale, Derby, Wilmot, Tom Blague, Duke Darcey, and several others of my servants,...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volumen 159

1846
...fugitives. " We had such a number of beaten men with us of the horse," says the king in his narrative, " that I strove as soon as ever it was dark to get from...could not get rid of them, now I had a mind to it." At length, with about sixty gentlemen and officers, among whom were the Duke of Buckingham, the Earls...
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Personal History of King Charles the Second: From His Landing in Scotland ...

Charles Jobson Lyon - 1851 - 306 páginas
...he dictated to Pepys) such a number of veteran men with us, of the horse, that I strove, as soon as it was dark, to get from them ; and though I could...could not get rid of them, now I had a mind to it." And again, " Some of the people of quality who were with me were very earnest that I should go to Lesley,...
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second

Anthony Hamilton (Count), Charles II (King of England), Thomas Blount - 1853 - 546 páginas
...WORCESTER, DICTATED TO MR. PEPYS BY THE KING HIMSELF. NEWMARKET, Sunday, Oct. 3rd, and Tuesday, Oct. 5tk, 1680. AFTER that the battle was so absolutely lost,...to it. So we, that is, my Lord Duke of Buckingham, Landerdale, Derby, Wilmot, Tom Blague, Duke Darcey, and several others of my servants, went along northward...
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Half hours - 1856
...If I could possibly, I would get to London as soon, if not sooner, than the news of our defeat cculd get thither : and it being near dark, I talked with...to it. So we, that is, my Lord Duke of Buckingham, Laudordale, Derby, Wilmot, Tom Blague, Duko Darcey, and several others of my servants, went along northward...
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