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" his weapon. At the delivery of the swords, which was performed by Sir John Heidon, it pleased the Lord Bruce to choose my own, and then, past expectation, he told him that a little of my blood would not serve his turn; and, therefore, "
Chambers's Pocket Miscellany - Page 54
1854
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The British Essayists: The Guardian

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1802
...privilege to elect his "weapon. At the delivery of the swordj which was performed by sir John Ileidon, it pleased the lord Bruce to choose my own, and then past expectation, he told him that he found himself so far behind-hand, as a little of my blood would not serve his turn; and therefore...
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The Guardian, Volume 2

1804
...; it being, you know, the challenger's privilege to elect his weapon. At the delivery of the sword, which was performed by Sir John Heidon, it pleased...my own, and then past expectation he told him that he found himself so far behind-hand, as a little of my blood would not serve his turn ; and therefore...
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The British Essayists, Volume 18

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1807
...I żed; it being you know, the challenger's privito elect his weapon. At the delivery of the sword, which was performed by sir John Heidon, it pleased...my own, and then past expectation, he told him that he found him. self so far behind-hand, as a little of my blood would not serve his turn; and therefore...
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The British Essayists;: Guardian

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1807
...elect his weapon. At the delivery of the. »word, which was performed by sir John Heidon, it pli ;isi-d the lord Bruce to choose my own, and then past expectation, he told him that he found himself so far behind-hand, as a little of my blood would not serve his turn; and therefore...
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The Military Mentor: Being a Series of Letters Recently Written by ..., Volume 1

Military art and science - 1809
...it being (you know) the challenger's privilege to elect his weapon. " At the delivery of the sword, which was performed by sir John Heidon, it pleased the lord Bruce to chuse my «wn: and then, past expectation, he told trr John, that VOL. I. U duelling, w« must not...
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The British Essayists; with Prefaces, Historical and Biographical,: The Guardian

English essays - 1810
...; it being you know, the challenger's privilege to elect his weapon. At the delivery of the sword, which was performed by sir John Heidon, it pleased...my own, and then past expectation, he told him that he found himself so far behind-hand, as a little of my blood would not serve his turn ; and therefore...
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The British Essayists: Guardian

James Ferguson - English essays - 1819
...it being, you know, the challenger's privilege to elect his weapon. At the delivery ^ of the sword, which was performed by Sir John Heidon, it pleased...my own, and then past expectation, he told him that he found himself so far behind-hand, as a little of my blood would not serve his turn ; and therefore...
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The Herald of Peace, Volume 3

Peace - 1821
...; it being, you know, the challenger's privilege to elect his weapon. At the delivery of the sword, which was performed by Sir John Heidon, it pleased...own, and then, past expectation, he told him that he found himself so far behind-hand, as a little of my blood would not serve his turn ; and therefore...
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The British Essayists: Guardian

Lionel Thomas Berguer - English essays - 1823
...; it being, you know, the challenger's privilege to elect his weapon. At the delivery of the sword, which was performed by Sir John Heidon, it pleased...my own, and then past expectation, he told him that he found himself so far behind-hand, as a little of my blood would not serve his turn; and therefore...
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The British essayists, with prefaces by A. Chalmers, Volumes 15-16

British essayists - 1823
...to choose my own, and then past expectation, he told him that he found himself so far behindhand, as a little of my blood would not serve his turn ; and therefore he was now resolved to have me alone, because he knew, for I will use his own words ' that so worthy...
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