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" hearing them." Flatterwell prevailed on the rest of the robbers to make no public attack on the castle that night. " My brethren," said he, " you now and then fail in your " schemes, because you are for violent " beginnings, while my soothing "
Stories for the middle ranks of society and Tales for the common people - Página 458
por Hannah More - 1818
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The New-York Missionary Magazine and Repository of Religious ..., Volumen1

Cornelius Davis - 1800
...hear what Mr. Flatterwell has to lay fo much to my advantage. I am not obliged to follow his counfds, but there can be no harm in hearing them." Flatterwell prevailed on the reft of the robbers to. make no public attack on the caftle that night. " My brethren," faid he, "...
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The Entertaining Moral, and Religious Repository: Containing, Many ...

1801
...hear what Mr. Flatterwell has to fay fo much to my advantage. I am not obliged to follow his counfels, but there can be no harm in hearing them." Flatterwell prevailed on the reft of the robbers to make no publec attack on the cattle that night. " My brethren," {aid he, " you...
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The Works of Hannah More, in Four Volumes: Including Several ..., Volumen2

Hannah More - 1803 - 393 páginas
...Flattenvell prevailed on the rest of the robbers t» make no public attack on the castle that niylit. *' My brethren," said he, "you now and then fail ** in your schemes, because you are for violent be" ginnings, while my soothing insinuating mea" sures hardly ever miss. You come blustering and "...
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Child's Magazine, Volumen2

1816
...hear what Mr. Flatterwell has to say so much to my advantage. I am not obliged to follow his counsels, but there can be no harm in hearing them." Flatterwell prevailed on the rest of the robbers to make no publick attack on the castle that night. " My brethren," said he, " you now and thea fail in your schemes,...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen3

Hannah More - 1830
...hear what MY. Flatterwell has to say so much to my advantnqe. I am not obliged to follow his counsels, but there can be no harm in hearing them." Flatterwell...you are for violent beginnings, while my soothing, insinuating measures hardly ever miss. You come blustering and roaring, and frighten people, and set...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen3

Hannah More - 1830
...hear what Mr. Flatterwell has to say so much to my advantage. I am not obliged to follow his counsels, but there can be no harm in hearing them." Flatterwell...you are for violent beginnings, while my soothing, insinuating measures hardly ever miss. You come blustering and roaring, and frighten people, and set...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life, Volumen1

Hannah More - 1832
...has to say so much to my advantage. I am not obliged to follow his counsels, but there can be no barm in hearing them.' Flatterwell prevailed on the rest...he, * you now and then fail in your schemes, because yon are for violent beginnings, while my smoothing insinuating measures hardly ever miss. You come...
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The Works of Hannah More

Hannah More - 1834 - 2318 páginas
...hear what Mr. Flatterwell has to say so much to my advantage. I am not obliged to follow his counsels, but there can be no harm in hearing them." Flatterwell...to make no public attack on the castle that night. R " My brethren," said he, " you now and then your schemes, because you are for violent beginnings,...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen1

Hannah More - 1836
...what Mr. Flatterwell has to say so much to my advantage. I am not obliged to follow his counsels ; but there can be no harm in hearing them." Flatterwell...you are for violent beginnings, while my soothing, insinuating measures hardly ever miss. You come blustering and roaring, and frighten people, and set...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen1

Hannah More - 1846
...hear what Mr. Flatterwell has to say so much to my advantage. I am not obliged to follow his counsels, but there can be no harm in hearing them.' Flatterwell...schemes, because you are for violent beginnings, while my smoothing insinuating measures hardly ever miss. You come blustering and roaring, and frighten people,...
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