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" If she might have as much health as she has spirit & witt, Sure she would be the Strongest body in england. Pray dear s r write me Something of her, of my lord, and of you. direct... "
The Universal Magazine - Page 29
1807
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Relics of Literature

Reuben Percy - 1823 - 400 pages
...other. quiet and joy to mistrss brinsden, money to all. when you'll drink yr burgundy with mr furneze pray tell him j'll never forget his favours. But dear...John be so kind as to let me know how does my lady Bollingbroke. as to my lord j left him so well j dont doubt he is so still, but j am very uueasie about...
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Relics of Literature

Reuben Percy - 1823 - 400 pages
...to mistrss brinsden, money to all. when you'll drink y r burgundy with m r furneze pray tell him j11 never forget his favours. But dear John be so kind as to let me know how does my lady Bollingbroke. as to my lord j left him so well j dont doubt he is so still, but j am very uueasie about...
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Relics of Literature

Reuben Percy - 1823 - 400 pages
...mistrss aney to all. when you'll drink yr burgundy with Iray tell him jll never forget his favours. Ir John be so kind as to let me know how does my Ibroke. as to my lord j left him so well j dont so still, but j am very uneasie about my lady. have...
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The Canterbury Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 1

1834
...other, quiet and joy to mistress brinsden, money to all. when you'll drink yr Burgundy with Mr. furnese pray tell him j'll never forget his favours. " but...John be so kind as to let me know how does my lady Bullingbrok. as to my lord, j left him so well j don't doubt he is so still, but j am very uneasie...
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Ten thousand wonderful things

Edmund Fillingham King - 1859
...brinsden, money to all. when Siu'll drink yr burgundy with mr furneze pray tell him j 11 never forget s favours. But dear John be so kind as to let me know how does my lady Bollingbroke. as to my lord j left him so well j dont doubt he is so still, butj am very uneasie about...
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Life of Voltaire, Volume 1

James Parton - 1881 - 653 pages
...other, quiet and joy to mistress brinsden, money to all. when you'll drink yr burgundy with mr furneze, pray tell him j'll never forget his favours. " But...John be so kind as to let me know how does my lady Bollingbroke, as to my lord j left him so well j dont doubt he is so still, but j am very uneasie about...
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Ten Thousand Wonderful Things: Comprising Whatever is Marvellous and Rare ...

Edmund Fillingham King - 1894 - 684 pages
...to mistrss brinsden, money to all. when you'll drink y' burgundy with m' furneze pray tell him j 11 never forget his favours. But dear John be so kind as to let me know how does my lady Bollingbroke. as to my lord j left him so well j dont doubt he is so still, but i am very uncasie about...
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The Works of Voltaire: The Henriade: Letters and miscellanies

Voltaire, Tobias Smollett - 1901
...other, quiet and joy to mistress brinsden, money to all. when you'll drink yr burgundy with mr furneze, pray tell him j'll never forget his favours. "But...John be so kind as to let me know how does my lady Bollingbroke, as to my lord j left him so well j dont doubt he is so still, but j am very uneasie about...
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Pryings Among Private Papers: Chiefly of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth ...

Thomas Longueville - 1905 - 214 pages
...Mistress Brinsden, money to all. When you'll drink yr Burgundy with Mr. Furneze pray tell him I'll never forget his favours. But dear John be so kind as to let me know how does my Lady Bullingbrooke.1 As to my Lord, I left him so well I don't doubt he is so still. But I am very uneasie...
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Voltaire, Montesquieu and Rousseau in England

John Churton Collins - 1908 - 292 pages
...to all. When you'll drink yr. Burgundy with Mr. Furneze pray tell him I'll never forget his fauours. But dear John, be so kind as to let me know how does my Lady Bullingbrooke. As to my lord, I left him so well I don't doubt he is so still. But I am very uneasie...
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