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" Sir W. Coventry was herewith much moved, (as well as I, who could hardly abstain from weeping,) and took their names, and so parted ; telling me that he would move His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. "
Memorials of the professional life and times of Sir William Penn ...: From ... - Página 392
de Granville Penn - 1833
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Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys from His MS. Cypher in ..., Volumen 6

Samuel Pepys - 1885
...he is, will serve him; and, if possible, do that that shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. So we parted. The truth is, Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of...
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English Prose: Selections, Volumen 3

Sir Henry Craik - 1894
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. The truth is, Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of great parts,...
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English Prose, Volumen 3

Sir Henry Craik - 1894
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. The truth is, Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of great parts,...
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English Prose: Selections, Volumen 3

Sir Henry Craik - 1894
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. The truth is, Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of great parts,...
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From Grave to Gay: Being Essays and Studies Concerned with Certain Subjects ...

John St. Loe Strachey - 1897 - 334 páginas
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible, do that that shalt show our memory of our dead commander and our revenge.' Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...weeping), and took their names, and so parted ; telling me he would move His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. We might add plenty...
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The Diary: With an Introduction and Notes

Samuel Pepys - 1905 - 800 páginas
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible, do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, l civil people do think they may come as well as any. He tells me that he hath gone several which was done. The truth is Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of great parts and...
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The Diary of Samuel Pepys

Samuel Pepys - 1905 - 800 páginas
...and, if possible, do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge.' Sir \V. ing about ten at night, and rainy dirty weather, I knew not what to do lie would move His Koyal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. The truth is Sir...
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Diary of Samuel Pepys: F. R. S., Secretary to the Admiralty Inthe ..., Volumen 2

Samuel Pepys, John Smith, Richard Griffin Baron Braybrooke - 1906
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible, do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...his Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. The truth is, Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of great parts,...
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Britain's Sea Story, B.C. 55-A.D. 1805: Being the Story of British Heroism ...

Ernest Edwin Speight, Robert Morton Nance - 1906 - 427 páginas
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible, do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W, Coventry was herewith much...telling me that he would move his Royal Highness as a thing very extraordinary, which was done. The truth is, Sir Christopher Myngs was a very stout man,...
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Among Famous Books

John Kelman - 1912 - 324 páginas
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible, do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...from weeping, and took their names, and so parted." Perhaps, however, the finest work of all is found in the descriptions of the Fire of London. From that...
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