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" I do not know that any man is yet dead for want of bread, which really I wonder at. I am sure the King himself owes for all he hat; eaten since April ; and I am not acquainted with one servant of his who hath a pistole in his pocket. Five or six of us... "
THE LIVES OF THE LORD CHANCELLORSAND KEEPERS OF THE GREAT SEAL OF ENGLAND - Страница 147
по JOHN LORD CAMPBELL, LL.D. F.R.S.E. - 1851
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Annual Register, Том 28

Edmund Burke - 1788
...his who hath a piitole in his pocket ; five or fix of us eat together one meal a day for a piftole a week, but all of us owe for God knows how many weeks to the poor woman that feeds us. I believe my lord of Ormond hath not VOL. XXVIII. had five livres in his purfe this month, and hath...

Annual Register, Том 28

1788
...fervantof his who hath a pinole in his pocket ; five or fix of us eat together one meal a day for a piftole a week, but all of us owe for God knows how many weeks to the poor woman who feeds us. I believe my lord of Ormond hath not VOL. XXVIII. had five livres in hjs puffe this month,...

A civil and ecclesiastical history of England, to 1829, Том 2

C. St. George - 1830
...his who hath a pistole in his pocket. En or six of us eat together one meal a day for a pistole a iwl but all of us owe for God knows how many weeks, to poor woman that feeds us." June 27th, 1653. Yet in this state of poverty, Charles appeared indifferent...

Life and Administration of Edward, First Earl of Clarendon: The life of ...

Thomas Henry Lister - 1838
...servant of his who hath a pistole in his pocket. Poverty of ' r the Court. " Five or six of us eat together one meal a day, for " a pistole a week ;...how many weeks to the poor woman that feeds " us. I believe my Lord of Ormond hath not had " five livres in his purse this month, and hath " fewer clothes...

THE MONTHLY REVIEW

The Monthly Review from May to August inclusive 1838.VOL.II - 1838
...I am not acquainted with one servant of his who hath a pistole in his pocket. Five or six of us eat together one meal a day, for a pistole a week ; but...knows how many weeks to the poor woman that feeds us. I believe my Lord of Onnond hath not had five livres in his purse this month, and hath fewer clothes...

The Gentleman's Magazine, Том 165

1838
...where they suffered as great hardships as himself. " At this time," he writes in November 1C52, " 1 have neither clothes nor fire to preserve me from the sharpness of the season." At another time, " I am so cold that I can scarce hold my pen, and have not three sous in the world...

The Eclectic Review, Том 4; Том 68

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Thomas Price, Josiah Conder, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1838
...servant of his who hath a pistole in his pocket. Five or six of us eat together one meal a day,'for a pistole a week; but all of us owe for God knows liu\v many weeks to the poor woman that feeds us. I believe my Lurd of Ormond hath not had five livres...

Eminent British Statesmen: Oliver Cromwell, by J. Forster

1839
...preferment he . . . , _, his who hath a pistole in his pocket. Five or six of us eat together one meal a-dny for a pistole a week : but all of us owe, for God...how many weeks, to the poor woman that feeds us." In another letter, of the date of /hat help, then can qu corresponding to his merit." * Copies of this...

The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England ...

John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1845
...pistole a week ; but all of us owe for God knows how many weeks to the poor woman that feeds us." f This may seem the language of badinage; but to other...to preserve me from the sharpness of the season." J " I am so cold, that I am scarce able to hold my pen, and have not three sous in the world to buy...

The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England ...

John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1845
...I am not acquainted with one servant of his who hath a pistole in his pocket. Five or six of us eat together one meal a day for a pistole a week ; but...knows how many weeks to the poor woman that feeds us." f This may seem the language of badinage; but to other correspondents he writes in a strain which proves...




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