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" Pensioner, who shewed him considerable respect ; a circumstance which, to persons in his situation, may be considered as an augury of no small consequence. He ushered him into one of the wherries which lay ready to attend the Queen's barge, which was... "
Historical Romances of the Author of Waverley - Pągina 13
per Walter Scott - 1824
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Kenilworth: A Romance, Volum 1

Walter Scott - 1821 - 321 pągines
...excess of his astonishment. At length he gave vent to it in an exclamation — " Who the good jcre would have thought this!" And shaking his head with...flood-tide, of which, in the course of their descent, Blount had complained to his associates. The two rowers used their oars with such expedition at the...
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Kenilworth;: A Romance, Volum 2

Sir Walter Scott - 1821 - 351 pągines
...astonishment. At length he gave vent to it in an exclamation — " Who the good jere would have VOL. II. U thought this!" And shaking his head with a mysterious...flood-tide, of which, in the course of their descent, Blount had complained to his associates. The two rowers used their oars with such expedition at the...
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The Abbot: Being the Sequel to The Monastery. In Two Volumes

Walter Scott - 1821 - 285 pągines
...respect ; a circumstance which, to persons in his situation, may be considered as an augury of no sm til consequence. He ushered him into one of the wherries which lay ready 10 attend the Queen's barge, which was alreadv proceeding up the river, with the advantage of that...
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volum 3

Walter Scott - 1841
...cavalier was, in tne meanwhile, guided to the water-side by the Pensioner, who showed him coiiMdi rabie respect: a circumstance which, to persons in his situation,...ushered him into one of the wherries which lay ready to rut* ml the Queen'» barge, which was already proceeding up the river, with the advantage of that flood-tide,...
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Waverley Novels: Vol. 6, Volum 6

Walter Scott - 1844 - 617 pągines
...in his situation, may be considered as an augury of no small consequence. He ushered him into one oi the wherries which lay ready to attend the Queen's...flood-tide, of which, in the course of their descent, Blount had complained to his associates. The two rowers used their oars with such expedition at the...
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volum 4

Sir Walter Scott - 1846
...considerable respect ; a circumstance which, to persons in his situation, may be considered as an augur/ of no small consequence. He ushered him into one of the wherries which lay ready to attend the Uueeni barge, which was already proceeding up tlie nvcr, with the advantage of that flood-tide, of...
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Readings for the young, from the works of sir Walter Scott, Volum 1

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1848
...gentleman only." So saying, he walked away, followed by Walter, leaving the others behind, Blount's eyes almost starting from his head with the excess...flood-tide, of which, in the course of their descent, Blount had complained to his associates. The two rowers used their oars with such expedition at the...
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The Novels of Walter Scott: With All His Introd. and Notes, Volum 3

Sir Walter Scott - 1850
...considerable respect ; a circumstance which, to persons in his situation, may bo considered as an angary of no small consequence. He ushered him into one of...attend the Queen's barge, which was already proceeding np the river, with the advantage of that flood-tide, of which, in the course of their descent, Blount...
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Waverley Novels, Volum 12

Walter Scott - 1853
...gentleman only." So saying, he walked away, followed by Walter, leaving the others behind, Blount's eyes almost starting from his head with the excess...flood-tide, of which, in the course of their descent, Blount had complained to his associates. The two rowers used their oars with such expedition at the...
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Kenilworth

Walter Scott - 1853
...Deptford. The young cavalier was, in the meanwhile, guided to the water-side by the pensioner, who showed him considerable respect ; a circumstance which, to...floodtide, of which, in the course of their descent, Blount had complained to his associates. The two rowers used their oars with such expedition at the...
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