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" Wednesday Morning, Feb. 1st, 1809." " Dear Sir, " I yesterday saw Mr. Wardle ; he " had a letter yesterday from your " friend Glass, begging him not to take " any business in hand, where his name " is mentioned : and he asks for you "also. He was Tutor... "
Memoirs of the life of colonel Warle; with the public spirit of 1809 as ... - Page 17
by William Hamilton Reid - 1809
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Тенденции аграрного развития России первой половины ХВИИ столетия ...

Leonid Vasilʹevich Milov - Agriculture - 1809 - 303 pages
...1809." " Dear Sir, " I yesterday saw Mr. Wardle ; he " had a letter yesterday from your " friend Glass, begging him not to take " any business in hand, where...you " speak candidly. and fairly to the fact " of Tonyns, he will ask nothing more ; " and if he has been at all intemperate " with your name, he will...
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Authentic and interesting memoirs of mrs. Clarke. Likewise, a brief account ...

Parliament commons, proc - 1809
...1809." "Dear Sir, " I yesterday saw Mr. Wardle ; be had'a letter yesterday from your friend Glass, begging him not to take any business in hand, where...Wardle assures me, by every thing honourable, that if У 00 speak candidly and fairly to the ftrt of Tonyns, he will ask nothing more ; and if he has been...
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History of the Proceedings of the House of Commons, in the Inquiry Into the ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Corruption investigation - 1809 - 852 pages
...1st, 1809. DEAR SIR, " I yesterday saw Mr. Wardle ; he hada letter yesterday from your friend Glasse, begging him not to take any business in hand, where...tutor to Wardle. Now Mr. Wardle assures me, by every tiling honourable, tliat if you speak candidly anil fairly to the fact of Tonyn, he will ask nothing...
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The Parliamentary Register: Or an Impartial Report of the Debates ..., Volume 1

Great Britain. Parliament - 1809
...'begging him nut to take any business in hand, where his ftume is mentioned ; and he asks for you also. Ho was tutor to Wardle. Now Mr. Wardle assures me, by...that if you speak candidly and fairly to the fact of Tonyns, he will ask nothing more ; and it he has been at all intemperate with your name, he will do...
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A Circumstantial Report of the Evidence and Proceedings Upon the Charges ...

Prince Frederick Augustus (Duke of York and Albany), Gwyllym Lloyd Wardle - Trials (Bribery) - 1809 - 700 pages
...Feb 1st. 180<J."" " I yesterday saw Mr. Wardlc; he had a letter yesterday from your friend Glasse, begging him not to take any business in hand, where...name is mentioned ; and he asks for you also. He was tntor to Wardle. Now Mr. Wardle assures me, by every thing honourable, that if you speak candidly and...
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History of the Proceedings of the House of Commons, in the Inquiry Into the ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Corruption investigation - 1809 - 852 pages
...1st, 1809. DEAR SIR, " 1 yesterday saw Mr. Wardle ; he had a letter yesterday from your friend Glasse, begging him not to take any business in hand, where his name U mentioned ; and he asks for you also. He was tutor to Wardie. Now Mr. Wardle assures me, by every...
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A Circumstantial Report of the Evidence and Proceedings Upon the Charges ...

Gwyllym Lloyd Wardle, Prince Frederick Augustus (Duke of York and Albany) - Trials (Bribery) - 1809 - 700 pages
...|$py." " I yesterday saw Mr. Wnrdlo; he had a letter yesterday from ; your friend Orasse, 'begging Mm'' not to take any business in hand* where his name is mentioned ; arid he asks for you also. He ws tutor to Wardle. Now Mr. Wnrdle asttnres me, by every thinw honourable,...
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The Rival Princes: Or, A Faithful Narrative of Facts, Relating to Mrs. M. A ...

Mary Anne Clarke - 1810 - 307 pages
...i, 1809. " DEAR SIR, " I yesterday saw Mr. WARDLE; he had a letter yesterday from your friend Glass, begging him not to take any business in hand where...asks for you also. He was tutor to WARDLE — now WARDLE assures me by every thing honourable, that if you speak candidly and fairly to the fact of Tonyn's,...
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The Rival Princes: Or, A Faithful Narrative of Facts, Relating to Mrs. M. A ...

Mary Anne Thompson Clarke - 1810
...letter yesterday from your friend Glass, begging him not to take any business in hand where his Dame is mentioned, and he asks for you also. He was tutor to WARDLE — now WARDLE assures me by every thing honourable, that if you speak candidly and fairly to the fact of Tonyn's,...
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Cobbett's Parliamentary Debates, During the ... Session of the ..., Volume 12

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1812
...name is mention' ed; and lie asks for you also. He was 'Tutor to Wardle. No Mr. Wardle as' sures me, by every thing honourable, that ' if you speak candidly and fairly to the ' fact ofTonyns, he will ask nothing more ; ' and if he has been at all intemperate ' with your name, he и...
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