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" I spake, what of grief and choler, as much against him as I could, and I think he, standing at the door, might very well hear the worst that I spoke of himself. In the end, I saw she was resolved to defend him and to cross me. "
Raleigh - Page 36
by Edmund Gosse - 1886 - 248 lehte
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., 166. köide

Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1839
...and I think, he, standing at the door, might very well hear the worst that I spoke of himself. In the end, I saw she was resolved to defend him and to cross me. From thence she came to speak bitterly against my mother ; which because I could not endure to see...
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The Court of King James the First, 2. köide

Godfrey Goodman - 1839
...I think, he, standing at the door,* might very well hear the worst that I spoke of himself. In the end, I saw she was resolved to defend him and to cross me. From thence she came to speak bitterly against my mother ; which because I could not endure to see...
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Life of Sir Walter Raleigh: Founded on Authentic and Original Documents ...

Patrick Fraser Tytler - 1844 - 412 lehte
...and I think he standing at the door might very well hear the worst that I spoke of himself. In the end, I saw she was resolved to defend him, and to cross me. From thence she came to speak bitterly against my mother ;t which, because I could not endure, to see...
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The romance of the peerage; or, Curiosities of family history, 3. köide

George Lillie Craik - 1849
...may well believe, would be sharp and high enough on both sides. " In the end," the letter goes on, " I saw she was resolved to defend him and to cross me. From thence she came to speak bitterly against my mother, which, because I could not endure to see...
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Lives and Letters of the Devereux, Earls of Essex: In the Reigns ..., 1. köide

Walter Bourchier Devereux - 1853
...and I think he, standing at the door, might very well hear the worst that I spoke of himself. In the end, I saw she was resolved to defend him and to cross me. From thence she came to speak bitterly against my mother, which, because I could not endure to see...
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Life of Sir Walter Raleigh, founded on authentic and original documents

Patrick Fraser Tytler - 1853 - 412 lehte
...think he standing at the door might E**'JL very well hear the worst that I spoke of himself. In the end, I saw she was resolved to defend him, and to cross me. From thence she came to speak bitterly against my mother ;t which, because I could not endure, to see...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 35. köide

1855
...could : and I think he standing at the door might very well hear the worst that I spoke of him. In the end, I saw she was resolved to defend him, and to cross me." Whereon follows a " scene," the naughty boy raging and stamping, till he insults the Queen and calls...
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Miscellanies, 1. köide

Charles Kingsley - 1859
...could: and I think he standing at the door might very well hear the worst that I spoke of him. In the end, I saw she was resolved to defend him, and to cross me.' Whereon follows a ' scene/ the naughty boy raging and stamping, till he insults the Queen, and calls...
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Men of deed and daring

Edward N. Marks - 1861
...and I think he, standing at the door, might very well hear the worst that I spoke of himself. In the end I saw she was resolved to defend him and to cross me. From thence she came to speak bitterly against my mother, \rhich, because I could not endure to see...
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Life

Edward Edwards - 1868
...the door [as Captain of the Guard], might very well hear the worst that I spoke of himself. In the end, I saw she was resolved to defend him, and to cross me." " For CHAP. IV. 1582-1587. Bagot MSS. quoted in Lives of the Dei'ereux, \. 1 86. CHAP. IV. 1582-1587....
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