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" A week before he left Paris, he was so reduced, that he had not one single Crown at Command, and was forc'd to thrust in with any Acquaintance for a Lodging; Walsh and I have had him by Turns, all to avoid a Crowd of Duns, which he had of all Sizes, from... "
The life and writings of Philip, duke of Wharton - Página 222
por Lewis Saul Benjamin - 1913 - 336 páginas
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The Life and Writings of Philip, Late Duke of Wharton: In Two Volumes

Philip Wharton Duke of Wharton - 1732 - 2 páginas
...fingle Crown at Commandi a and was forc'd to thruft in with any Acquaintance u for a Lodging: Waljb and I have had him by Turns, " all to avoid a Crowd of Duns, which he had of all cc Sizes, from Fourteen hundred Livres to Four, who " hunted him fo clofe, that he was forced to retire...
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A Select collection of original letters, Volumen2

1755
...one tingle Crown at Command, and was forced to thruft in with any Acquaintance for a Lodging. Waljh and I have had him by turns, all to avoid a Crowd of Duns, which he had of Sizes from fourteen hundred Livres to four, who hunted him fo clofe, that he was forced to retire to...
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Memoirs of the Court of England: From the Revolution in 1688 to ..., Volumen3

John Heneage Jesse - 1843
...vi. p. 190, Supplement. was so reduced that he had not one single crown at command, and was forced to thrust in with any acquaintance for a lodging....villages for safety. I, sick as I was, hurried about Paris to raise money, and to St. Germains to get him linen. I brought him one shirt, and a cravat,...
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The wits and beaux of society, by Grace and Philip Wharton, Volumen1

Katherine Thomson - 1860
...whole Crew, I mean his Domesticks, are all left to swim for their Lives, without SAD DAYS IN PARIS. 205 one friendly Plank to assist them to Shore. In short,...Villages for Safety. I, sick as I was, hurried about Paris to raise Money, and to St. Germain's to get him Linen ; I bought him one Shirt and a Cravat,...
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The Wits and Beaux of Society

Mrs. A. T. Thomson, Philip Wharton - 1861 - 481 páginas
...much at a Loss which way to turn myself. The Pilot of the Ship I embarked in, who industriously ran upon every Rock, has at last split the Vessel, and...close, that he was forced to retire to some of the neighboring Villages for Safety. I, sick as I was, hurried about Paris to raise Money, and to St. Germain's...
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The wits and beaux of society, by Grace and Philip Wharton

Katherine Thomson - 1861
...single Crown at Command, and was forc'd to thrust in with any Acquaintance for a Lodging : Walsh nnd I have had him by Turns, all to avoid a Crowd of Duns,...to some of the neighbouring Villages for Safety. I, JOCBSXY TO SPAIK. mi i i>i jbuot Pkris to raise Money, and to * J5»* ^u* Lmen ; I bought him one Shirt...
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The Wits and Beaux of Society

Mrs. A. T. Thomson, Philip Wharton - 1861 - 481 páginas
...Acquaintance for a Lodging: Walsh and I have had him by Turns, all to avoid a Crowd of Duns, which lie had of all Sizes, from Fourteen hundred Livres to...close, that he was forced to retire to some of the neighboring Villages for Safety. I, sick as I was, hurried about Paris to raise Money, and to St. Germain's...
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The Wits and Beaux of Society

Mrs. A. T. Thomson, Philip Wharton - 1867 - 508 páginas
...fatigued in Body and Mind, his Cloaths tom, and worse in all other Circumstances, without being of tlie least Service to himself or any body else. But I will...Villages for Safety. I, sick as I was, hurried about Paris to raise Money, and to St. Germain's to get him Linen ; I bought him one Shirt and a Cravat,...
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The Wits and Beaux of Society

Mrs. A. T. Thomson - 1871 - 508 páginas
...much at a Loss which way to turn myself. The Pilot of the Ship I embarked in, who industriously ran upon every Rock, has at last split the Vessel, and...Villages for Safety. I, sick as I was, hurried about Paris to raise Money, and to St Germain's to get him Linen ; I bought him one Shirt and a Cravat, which...
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The Wits and Beaux of Society

Mrs. A. T. Thomson, Philip Wharton - 1871 - 508 páginas
...Desart, he can give no other Account of his enchanted Travels, but that he is much fatigued in Bcdy and Mind, his Cloaths torn, and worse in all other...Villages for Safety. I, sick as I was, hurried about Paris to raise Money, and to St. Germain's to get him Linen; I bought him one Shirt and a Cravat, which...
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