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Text:"...322 RICHARDSAVAGE. No doubt he would/ said Lemery, you are a man of high spirit, Mr. Savage ; we have seen that. But I am happy to say, I do not bring a challenge. Mr. Sinclair is too much injured..."
Date:1844
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...150 RICHARDSAVAGE. certain Mr. Savage had no such design as she has reported ? I take your answer from your eyes. But, I fear, after all, he has much to answer for. There is a lady, I am told, whom..."
Date:1844
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...110 RICHARDSAVAGE. much moved. Upon my soul, a little more and I should cry. And the man spoke the truth. He was really affected. Pardon me^ young man/ said Mr. Stephens, I was not smiling..."
Date:1844
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...250 RICHARDSAVAGE. under, and which has induced him to alter his opinion of me, because I lose thereby the advantage of his counsel and his conversation ; you may conceive, madam, how much more I..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...M RICHARDSAVAGE. Oh, sir, is that you ? cried the widow ; do not be too hard upon me, I beseech you. Can it be true that my husband is dead ?^ Walk up stairs, madam, and you shall hear..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...330 RICHARDSAVAGE. unclouded was I. No wonder he mistook the business on which I came. At length, drawing himself up (his dignity became him no better than his scorn), he said^ I had little thought..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...124 RICHARDSAVAGE. pulling me into the passage, threw her arms about me and kissed me. ^ Hes come at last/^ she exclaimed, here ! Martin : Mr. Savage is come at last. Now, I know you won..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...244 RICHARDSAVAGE. mother had hit upon these means of providing for me. Come, young one, cried Bill, after a long pause attracting my attention by a kick on the shins, dont fall asleep. Youll have..."
Date:1844
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Text:"..., the better. You would not willingly be looked upon as an intruder } An intruder ! Sir Richard ! These appointments, Mr. Savage, have been so long the reward of dunces, that they may justly complain when a man..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...RICHARDSAVAGE. 5 he ? too, with a vengeance. Hed have murdered us. He was quiet when I came away. But heres Mr. Digb/s shop. Bring him directly, said I. Not a moment must be lost. Mrs. Greaves..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...RICHARDSAVAGE. 245 The ruffian took the hint. Clasping me under the arm with one huge hand, he wound the other into my cravat, forcing his knuckles into my throat. Watson did likewise, and lifting..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...RICHARDSAVAGE. 275 two at the game; I know. Never mind: I mean, do as well you can. We accompanied our captives to the roundhouse, and our charge being duly entered against them, they were locked..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...26*6 RICHARDSAVAGE. coxcombry- let those feelings be restored, and restore me those days - those nights - or worse - for worse have I endured, and worse than the last did no man ever endure - recal..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...36 RICHARDSAVAGE. left the whole of his money to the Society for the Reformation of Manners.^ She understood me, but was able to restrain her rage. That^s very extraordinary/ she replied ; for he..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...RICHARDSAVAGE. 311 and graceful bow, pray do me the honour of taking my arm. You are most welcome. My ladies will be delighted to make your acquaintance. Ricardo there, has told me every thing..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...324 RICHARDSAVAGE. CONCLUSION. PROM MR. THOMAS DAGOE TO MR. SAMUEL JOHNSON, TO THE CARE OF MR. EDWARD CAVE, ST JOHNS OATB, LONDON. Respected Sir ! Your letter requests a more particular account..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...254 RICHARDSAVAGE. that 1 would permit the servant to order her a coach. You torture me by this trivial particularity/* said I ; you let her depart without asking, without insisting upon knowing..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...RICHARDSAVAGE. 285 suspecting I had been purposely neglected, I waited upon Sir Robert Walpole, at his levee, and in no obsequious manner demanded to know the reason of the discontinuance of my..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...RICHARDSAVAGE. 95 killed, between you, your old school-fellow and friend. What may a plain man think of this, who never carried a sword but to use it in selfdefence ? Oh, RichardSavage ! Oh, Thomas..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...RICHARDSAVAGE. 219 be really so. There was as little of the venom as of the wisdom of the serpent in Steele. He was yoked with a lamb ; a spark and he was cold again. I had seen him so to others..."
Date:1844
Publication place:London, England