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Text:"...JOSEPHKNIGHT. iii See, from yon lofty promontorys brow, The beacons pale light nickers oer the main, And strews the hidden rocks that lie below ; Where many a noble bark, which strove in vain..."
Date:Between 1883 and 1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...JOSEPHKNIGHT. iii See, from yon lofty promontorys brow. The beacons pale Hght flickers oer the main. And strews the hidden rocks that lie below ; Where many a noble bark, which strove in vain..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1909
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... at the Middle Temple in 1S32. At East Lavant, Aged 78, the Hon. EliDor Knight, widow of JosephKnight, esq. She waa the youngest dan. of John, Ist Lord De Blaquiore, by Eleanor, dauof Robert Dobaou, esq, of Anne..."
Date:1867
Publication place:London, England
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Text:".... Jones, esq., of Rose-bank, Tiverton. At Malvern Link, the Rev. Henry J. Knight, B. A., son of the late Rev. JosephKnight, M.A., to Frances Elizabeth, elder dau.; and, at the Mime time, John Frederick..."
Date:1860
Publication place:London, England
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Text:".... Hobt. Gordon Hamilton, esq., of Liverpool, to EUeu Charlotte, second dau. of Geo. Jones, esq., of Rose-bank, Tiverton. At Malrem Link, the Rer. Henry J. Knight, B.A,, enn of the late Rot. JosephKnight..."
Date:1860
Place:London, England
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Text:"...VI JOSEPHKNIGHT. Eel ward Hewitt and the Prince Consort. W. E. Forster. Marquis of Ripon. At Leeds Knights ready wit and powers of conversation gained him hosts of friends. Some of these would..."
Date:Between 1883 and 1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...JOSEPHKNIGHT. xvu SONNET DARVERSi Mon ame a son secret ; ma vie a son mystere, Un amour 6ternel en tin moment congu : lie mal est sans espoir aussi jai du le taire, Bt celle qui Ia fait na jamais..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1909
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... breathed through all his life the music of a sympathetic kindness and of an invincible modesty, the music which ever seemed to be slumbering on the instrument of his gentle life. Mr. JosephKnight, who..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1909
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... breathed through all his life the music of a sympathetic kindness and of an invincible modesty, the music which ever seemed to be slumbering on the instrument of his gentle life. Mr. JosephKnight, who..."
Date:Between 1883 and 1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...JOSEPHKNIGHT. xvn SONNET DARVERS, Mon ame a son secret ; ma vie a son mystere, Un amour eternel en un moment concu : Le mal est sans espoir aussi jai du le taire, Et celle qui 1a fait na jamais rien..."
Date:Between 1883 and 1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...JOSEPHKNIGHT. xxv Thanks to the courtesy of my friends Messrs. Smith, Elder Co., I am able to give a complete list of these, and I have placed it at the end of this memoir. LIFE OF D. G. ROSSETTI..."
Date:Between 1883 and 1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...xxvni JOSEPHKNIGHT. SHERIDAN. . and an First Circulating Library. Knight also wrote a life of Garrick, published by Kegan Paul in 1894, and edited The Dramatic Works of Sheridan, issued by Henry..."
Date:Between 1883 and 1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...VI JOSEPHKNIGHT. Edward Hewitt and the Prince Consort. W. E. Forster. Marquis of Eipon. At Leeds Knights ready wit and powers of conversation gained him hosts of friends. Some of these would..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1909
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... resolution was unanimously carried : The Society of Dramatic Critics desires to place on record its sense of the loss which it has sustained by the death of Mr. JosephKnight, one of its first Honorary..."
Date:Between 1883 and 1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., the following resolution was unanimously carried ; The Society of Dramatic Critics desires to place on record its sense of the loss which it has sustained by the death of Mr. JosephKnight, one of its first..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1909
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...JVotes and Queriet : Editors greeting. CHAPTER III. THE HISTORY OF NOTES AND QUERIES. WE few, we happy few, we band of brothers, were the words 1899, Nov. 4. of greeting our beloved Editor, Joseph..."
Date:Between 1883 and 1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...IV JOSEPHKNIGHT. The Counter Reformation. Knights father wished that on leaving school he should remain with him and learn the cloth trade. For a time he acceded to this, although..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1909
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...JOSEPHKNIGHT. xxxix the books for the second sale were in the auction-rooms, a friend offered to purchase the whole of them and present them to him. Aft«r his death Mr. Francis Edwards bought his..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1909
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...xxxii JOSEPHKNIGHT. Thank you a thousand times for your kind wishes and congratulations, and all the good things far too good for me which you say. It is in its way a record that both..."
Date:Between 1883 and 1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...JOSEPHKNIGHT. XXXI It will be remembered that Philip Bourke Marston died on p.B.Marston. the 14th of February, 1887, at the early age of thirty-seven. An obituary notice of him by Mr. Theodore Watts..."
Date:Between 1829 and 1909
Publication place:London, England