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" ... in rotation, at the distance of sixty or seventy paces. He whose ball brought down the mark, held the proud title of Captain of the Popinjay for the remainder of the day, and was usually escorted in triumph to the most reputable change-house in the... "
Waverley novels. Parker's ed., revised - Страница 180
по sir Walter Scott (bart [novels, collected]) - 1839
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Landscape - historical illustrations of Scotland, and the Waverley novels ...

George Newenham Wright - 1836
...carabines in rotation, at the distance of sixty or seventy paces. He whose ball brought down the mark, held the proud title of Captain of the Popinjay for...neighbourhood, where the evening was closed with conviviality under his auspices, and, if he was able to sustain it, at his expense. " The ladies of the country...

Landscape - historical illustrations of Scotland, and the Waverley novels ...

George Newenham Wright - 1836
...the most reputable change-house in the neighbourhood, where the evening was closed with conviviality under his auspices, and, if he was able to sustain it. at his expense. " The ladies of the country assembled to witness this gallant strife, those excepted who held the stricter...

The every-day book and table-book; or, Everlasting calendar of ..., Том 2

William Hone - 1837
...seventy paces. He whose ball brought down the mark, held the proud title of captain of the popingay for the remainder of the day, and was usually escorted in triumph to the most reputable chargehouse in the neighbourhood, where the evening was closed with conviviality, conducted under his...

The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calendar of ..., Том 1

William Hone - 1837
...seventy paces. He whose ball brought down the mark, held the proud title of captain of the popingay for the remainder of the day, and was usually escorted in triumph to the most reputable chargehouse in the neighbourhood, where the evening was closed with conviviality, conducted under his...

Waverley Novels ...

Walter Scott - 1841
...carabines in rotation, at the distance of sixty or seventy paces. He whose ball brought down the mark, held the proud title of Captain of the Popinjay for...the ladies of the country assembled to witness this gallant strife, those excepted who held the stricter tenets of puritanism, and would therefore have...

Waverley Novels, Том 2

Sir Walter Scott - 1843
...carabines in rotation, at the distance of sixty or seventy paces. He whose ball brought down the mark, held the proud title of Captain of the Popinjay for...the ladies of the country assembled to witness this gallant strife, those excepted who held the stricter tenets of puritanism, and would therefore have...

Waverley Novels: Vol. 2, Том 2

Walter Scott - 1843 - 676 страници
...carabines in rotation, at the distance of sixty or seventy paces. He whose ball brought down the mark, held the proud title of Captain of the Popinjay for...the ladies of the country assembled to witness this gallant strife, those excepted who held the stricter tenets of puritanism, and would therefore have...

Waverley novels. (Library ed.).

sir Walter Scott (bart [novels, collected]) - 1852
...carabines in rotation, at the distance of sixty or seventy paces. He whose ball brought down the mark held the proud title of Captain of the Popinjay for...remainder of the day, and was usually escorted in trinmph to the most reputable change-house in the neighbourhood, where the evening was closed with...

The Life of Charlotte Brontë, Том 1

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1857
...fusees and carbines in rotation, at the distance of seventy paces. He whose ball brought down the mark held the proud title of Captain of the Popinjay for...day, and was usually escorted in triumph to the most respectable change-house in the neighbourhood, where the evening was closed with conviviality, conducted...

The Life of Charlotte Brontë, Том 1

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1857
...fusees and carbines in rotation, at the distance of seventy paces. He whose ball brought down the mark held the proud title of Captain of the Popinjay for...day, and was usually escorted in triumph to the most respectable change-house in the neighbourhood, where the evening was closed with conviviality, conducted...




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