The East Anglian Or Notes and Queries on Subjects Connected with the Counties of Suffolk Cambridge Essex and Norfolk

The East Anglian  Or  Notes and Queries on Subjects Connected with the Counties of Suffolk  Cambridge  Essex and Norfolk

... sute for my horse hyer then to London for the charges of my self & of my horse
by ten dayes In the terme of St. hillarye for the chardges of my self & of my self to
at & fro London by xv dayes for horse hyer then for the serches in dyuse offices In
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Bentley s Miscellany

Bentley s Miscellany

But though I was little able to walk , my horse was still less able to carry me , and
about six miles to the east of Modibor , in crossing some rough clayey ground he
fell ; and the united strength of the guide and myself could not place him again ...

Author: Charles Dickens

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My Life c

My Life   c

My present trouble was how to get my horse shod . ... 1 told them my case , and
asked them , for charity's sake , to give my horse a feed and myself either a cup of
coffee or a jug of beer and some bread , and allow me to sleep there for the night
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Author: Alexander Robert Charles Dallas

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The Autobiography of Goethe

The Autobiography of Goethe

But I was already out of the door , down the stairs , out of the house and yard , off
to the tavern : in an instant my horse was ... Now , thinking myself in safety , I rode
more slowly , and now first felt low in finitely against my will I was going away .

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Report of the British and Foreign Bible Society

Report of the British and Foreign Bible Society

I then proceeded on my journey . I had made inquiries about the road , and it had
been described as good ; so it was for the space of five hours , but I then found
myself in a bog , out of which my horse could not draw my waggon . I helped with
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Vols. 1-64 include extracts from correspondence.
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The London Journal of Botany

The London Journal of Botany

I took my horse by the reins , and with the hatchet in my right , I commenced
marking the trees as I passed onward through the deep snow , avoiding defiles ,
till late in the afternoon , when I found myself at the verge of a sudden slope
towards a ...

Author: Sir William Jackson Hooker

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Illustrations of the Manners Customs and Condition of the North American Indians

Illustrations of the Manners  Customs  and Condition of the North American Indians

For this purpose I had my horse “ Charley ” brought up from his pasture , where
he had been in good keeping during my ... upon it , that I resolved to be off as
soon as I had strength to get on to my horse , and balance myself upon his back .

Author: George Catlin

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A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen

My horse fared not better than myself ; but , in choosing my sleeping - place , I
consulted his convenience as much as my own ; passing the night where I found
most shelter for myself , and most grass for him . In Italy there are very few solitary
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The American Magazine

The American Magazine

I turned my back upon him without reply , and gazed | I managed , by dint of hard
work , to support myself and at the ... I contrived , too , to keep my horse , and my
sole pleasSome faint emotion of shame or remorse seemed to ure in those ...

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Chambers s Journal

Chambers s Journal

My horse was a magnificent creature !| boarding - pikes and cutlasses were
ranged round splendid action ! full of life ! ... He ' d got his head , and I ' d lost
mine ; and were handsome ; but the younger of the two , who presently I found
myself ...

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The Working Man s Friend and Family Instructor

The Working Man s Friend  and Family Instructor

By for as practised a horseman as myself . Nevertheless , I did means of the wet
finger , like infants ; or by head and tail , like not hesitate , but boldly urged my
horse between the walls of the schoolboys ? Both ways were impracticable .

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Chambers s Edinburgh journal conducted by W Chambers Continued as Chambers s Journal of popular literature science and arts

Chambers s Edinburgh journal  conducted by W  Chambers   Continued as  Chambers s Journal of popular literature  science and arts

exceedingly mysterious ; for on one occasion I saw They passed into the house ,
and entering one of the this horse running up the avenue myself ; and my rooms
opening from the entrance - hall , the count placed servant has seen it twice .

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Chamber s Journal of Popular Literature Science and Arts

Chamber s Journal of Popular Literature  Science and Arts

exceedingly mysterious ; for on one occasion I saw They passed into the house ,
and entering one of the this horse running up the avenue myself ; and my rooms
opening from the entrance - hall , the count placed servant has seen it twice .

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Sharpe s London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction

Sharpe s London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction

My good man , you don't imagine I'm to preserve his footing , fell heavily forward ,
pitching going to fatigue myself and lame my horse by walking Harry over his
head as he did so . five miles up this unlucky lane , do you ? If things really ...

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Tales of Travellers Or A View of the World

Tales of Travellers  Or  A View of the World

One afternoon as I was tending my followed me for about a mile , hooting horse
in the fields , Ali's chief slave and and ... a good friend to me ; it had purchase
victuals for myself , or corn for covered me from the rains by day , and my horse .

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The Complete Works of William Shakspeare with Dr Johnson s Preface

The Complete Works of William Shakspeare  with Dr  Johnson s Preface

No , nor to - morrow , nor till I please myself . a run but my head and my neck . ...
Is my master and his wife coming , Grumio ? You may ... There's fire ready ; And ,
therefore , good My horse , my ox , my ass , iny any thing ; Grumio , the news ?

Author: William Shakespeare

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Chambers s Journal of Popular Literature Science and Arts

Chambers s Journal of Popular Literature  Science and Arts

P wards cause to be thankful that my horse was my head ; the ground was
slightly rising , and I spared such a gallop as riding down an ... I kept myself it was
not the natural rousing up of a person who from firing , though I covered the place
.

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The plays of Shakspere carefully revised by J O with a selection of engr on wood from designs by K Meadows

The plays of Shakspere  carefully revised  by J O   with a selection of engr  on wood from designs by K  Meadows

One horse , my lord , he brought even now . were now by this rascal , I could
brain him with Hot . What horse ? a roan , a crop - ear , is it not ? his lady ' s fan .
Is there not my father , my uncle , Serv . It is , my lord . and myself ; Lord Edmund
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Author: William Shakespeare

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Dicks complete edition of Shakspere s Works

Dicks  complete edition of Shakspere s Works

Grumio, my horses. Gru. Ay, sir, they be ready; the oats have eaten Kath. Nay,
then. sthe horses. Do what thou canst, I will not go to day; No, nor to-morrow, nor
till I please myself. The door is open, sir, there lies your way, You may be jogging,
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Author: William Shakespeare

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TRAVELS INTO SEVERAL REMOTE NATIONS OF THE WORLD

TRAVELS INTO SEVERAL REMOTE NATIONS OF THE WORLD

It is not easy to conceive my astonishment to find myself in the midst of a village ,
lying in a church - yard ; nor was my horse to be seen , but I heard him soon after
neigh somewhere above me . On looking upwards I beheld him hanging by his ...

Author: W. C. TAYLOR

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