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" And what do you think, my lord, I should do with him ? ' " Lord Holdernesse owned that he was puzzled how to reply ; for, if he declared his real sentiments, they might savour of indifference to the royal family. The king perceived his embarrassment,... "
History of the Transactions in Scotland, in the Years 1715-16, and 1745-46 ... - Pàgina 470
per George Charles - 1817
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volum 63

1788
...cmbarrafiment, and extricated him from it by adding, •' My Lord, I {hall jufl do nothing at all i and when he is tired of England, he will go abroad again.'' — I think this (lory, for the honour of the late King, ought to be more generally known. But what...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volum 58,Part 1

1789
...The King percei\ed 1m cmbarrafTment, and extricated him from it by adding, " My Lord, 1 (hall juft do nothing at all ; and when he is tired of England, he will go abroail again."' — I think this ftorv, for the honour of the late King, ought to he raotc generally...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volum 3

John Walker - 1811
...Holderness owned that he was puzzled tow to reply, for if he declared his real sentiments, they might favour of indifference to the royal family. The king perceived...he is tired of England, he will go abroad again." — I think this story, for the honour of the late king, ought to be more generally known. But what...
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Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: Comprizing ..., Volum 9

John Nichols - 1815
...subjoined, ' And what do you think, my Lord, I should do with him ?' Lord Holdernesse owned that he was puzzled how to reply ; for, if he declared his...he is tired of England, he will go abroad again.' I think this story, for the honour of the late King, ought td be more generally known. But, what will...
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Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: Comprizing Biographical ...

John Nichols - 1815
...Family. The King perceived his ibarrassment, and extricated him from it by adding, ' My Lord, hall just do nothing at all , and when he is tired of England, will go abroad again.' I think this story, for the honour of s late King, ought to be more generally...
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History of the Transactions in Scotland in the Years 1715-16 and ..., Volum 2

George Charles - 1817
...dropped from her hands on seeing him ; but she had presence enough of mind to call him by the riame he assumed, to ask him when he came to England, and...and when he is tired of England, he will go abroad «gain." Charles also came over to London in 1760, to see the shew of the coronation of his present...
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History of the Transactions in Scotland, in the Years 1715-16, and ..., Volum 2

George Charles (bookseller.) - 1817 - 503 pàgines
...chimney-piece, in the very room in which he entered. He used so little precaution, that he went abroad openly hi day-light in his own dress, only laying aside his...A gentleman to whom he was known, whispered in his «ars, " Your Royal Highness is the last of all mortals whom 1 should expect to see here." " It was...
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History of Stirlingshire. Corrected and brought down to the present time by ...

William Nimmo (minister of Bothkennar.) - 1817
...royal family. The king perceived hi» embarrassment, and extricated him by saying, My Lord, I shall do nothing at all, and when he is tired of England he will go abroad again. I think," adds Mr Hume, " this story, for the honour of the late king, ought to be more generally known,"...
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Magazine of Wit and American Harmonist: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

1821 - 144 pàgines
...puzzled how to reply. The king perceived his embarrassment, and extricated him from it by saying : " My lord, I shall just do nothing at all ; and when he is tired of England, he will go abroad again." This story ought to be generally known, as a remarkable proof of the moderation and prudence of King...
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The Flowers of Wit, Volums 1-2

Henry Kett - 1825
...puzzled how to reply. The king perceived his nnibarrassment, and extricated him from it, by saying : ' My lord, I shall just do nothing at all ; and when he is tired of England, he will go abroad again.' This story ought to be generally known, as a remarkable proof of the moderation and prudence of Kiiij...
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