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" I had told them the day before, that the prisoners would obtain their pardon. I made Mrs. Mills take off her own hood, and put on that which I had brought for her. I then took her by the hand, and led her out of my Lord's chamber... "
The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben Percy ... - Page 58
1826
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 12

1817 - 780 pages
...for her, 1 then took her by the hand and led her out of my Lord's chamber, and in passing through tbe next room, in which there were several people, with all the concern imaginable I said, ' My dear Mrs. Catherine, go in all haste and send me my waiting maid, she certainly cannot...
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The Jacobite Relics of Scotland: Being the Songs, Airs, and ..., Volume 2

James Hogg - 1821 - 516 pages
...off her own hood, and put on that which I had brought for her. I then took her by the hand, and led her out of my lord's chamber; and, in passing through...were several people, with all the concern imaginable, I said, " My dear Mrs Catharine, go in all haste, and send me my waiting maid : she certainly cannot...
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Annual Register, Volume 34

Edmund Burke - 1821 - 888 pages
...hood, and put on that which 1 bad brought for her. I then took her by the hand, and led her out cf my Lord's chamber ; and in passing through the next...room, in which there were several people, with all the the concern imaginable, I said, My dear Mrs. Catherine, go in all haste, and send me my waiting-maid...
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The cabinet; or The selected beauties of literature [ed. by J ..., Volume 1

Cabinet - 1824 - 440 pages
...off her own hood, and put on that which I had brought for her. I then took her by the hand, and led her out of my Lord's chamber ; and, in passing through...were several people, with all the concern imaginable, I said, my dear Mrs Catherine, go in all haste, and send me my waiting-maid : she certainly cannot...
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The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ...

1825 - 840 pages
...off her own hood, and put on that which I had brought for her. I then took her by the hand, ana led her out of my lord's chamber ; and, in passing through...were several people, with all the concern imaginable I said, " my dear Mrs. Catherine, go in all baste, and send me my waiting maid ; she certainly cannot...
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The History of Scotland, from the Union to the Abolition of the Heritable ...

John Struthers - 1827 - 736 pages
...off her own hood, and put on that which I had brought for her. I then took her by the hand, and led her out of my lord's chamber; and, in passing through...which there were several people, with all the concern imadnable, I said, my dear Mrs. Catherine go in all haste, and send me my waiting maid ; she certainly...
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A letter from the countess of Nithsdale, &c., with remarks by S. Grace

Winifred Maxwell (countess of Nithsdale.) - 1827 - 54 pages
...oil' her own hood and put on that which I had brought for her ; I then took her by the hand and led her out of my lord's chamber, and in passing through the next room, in which were several people, with all concern imaginable, I said, " My dear Mrs. Catharine, go in all haste...
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The history of Scotland, from the Union to the abolition of the heritable ...

John Struthers - 1828 - 714 pages
...off her own hood, and put on that which I had brought for her. I then took her by the hand, and led her out of my lord's chamber ; and, in passing through...were several people, with all the concern imaginable, I said, my dear Mrs. Catherine go in all haste, and send me my waking maid ; she certainly cannot reflect...
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The History of Scotland from the Union to the Abolition of the Abolition of ...

John Struthers - 1828 - 708 pages
...off her own hood, and put on that which I had brought for her. I then took her by the hand, and led her out of my lord's chamber; and, in passing through...were several people, with all the concern imaginable, I said, my dear Mrs. Catherine go in all haste, and send me my waiting maid ; she certainly cannot...
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The History of Scotland: Translated from the Latin of George Buchanan; with ...

George Buchanan - 1829 - 764 pages
...off her own hood, and put on that which 1 had brought for her. I then took her by the hand, and led her out of my lord's chamber ; and, in passing through...were several people, with all the concern imaginable, I taid, my dear Mrs. Catherine go in all haste, and send me my waiting-maid ; she certainly cannot...
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