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" Nicolson's, to keep him in the carriage. After passing the bridge, the road for a couple of miles loses sight of Abbotsford, and he relapsed into his stupor ; but on gaining the bank immediately above it, his excitement became again ungovernable. "
Tait's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 323
edited by - 1838
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The New-York Review, Volume 7

1840
...all to keep him in the carriage. After passing the bridge, the road for a couple of miles loses sight of Abbotsford, and he relapsed into his stupor ; but...Mr. Laidlaw was waiting at the porch, and assisted in lifting him into the dining room, where his bed had been prepared. He sat bewildered for a few moments,...
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A Transatlantic Tour: Comprising Travels in Great Britain, France, Holland ...

William Coombs Dana - Europe - 1845 - 391 pages
...of delight. " After passing the bridge," says Lockhart, " the road for a couple of miles loses sight of Abbotsford, and he relapsed into his stupor; but...the porch, and assisted us in lifting him into the dining room, where his bed had been prepared. He sat bewildered for a few moments, and then resting...
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Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart

John Gibson Lockhart - 1853 - 837 pages
...Kicolson's, to keep him in the carriage. After passing the bridge, the road for a couple of miles loses sight of Abbotsford, and he relapsed into his stupor; but...the dining-room, where his bed had been prepared. Ho sat bewildered for a few moments, and then resting his eye on Laidlaw, said—" Ha 1 Willie Laidlaw...
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The Practical Angler; Or The Art of Trouting Fishing

William C. Stewart - 1857 - 195 pages
...Nicolson's, to keep him in the carriage. After passing the bridge, the road for a conple of miles loses sight of Abbotsford, and he relapsed into his stupor ; but...gaining the bank immediately above it, his excitement again became ungovernable. " Mr. Laidlaw was waiting at the porch, and assisted us in lifting him in....
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The Border Angler: A Guide-book to the Tweed and Its Tributaries and the ...

James Glass Bertram - Fishing - 1858 - 195 pages
...Nicolson's, to keep him in the carriage. After passing the bridge, the road for a couple of miles loses sight of Abbotsford, and he relapsed into his stupor ; but...gaining the bank immediately above it, his excitement again became ungovernable. " Mr. Laidlaw was waiting at the porch, and assisted us in lifting him in....
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A First Class Reader: Consisting of Extracts, in Prose and Verse, with ...

George Stillman Hillard - Readers (Secondary) - 1861 - 552 pages
...Walter Scott's servaut. stupor; but on gaining the bank immediately above it, bis excitement became ungovernable. Mr. Laidlaw* was waiting at the porch, and assisted us in lifting him into the dining room, where his bed had been prepared. He sat bewildered for a few moments, and then resting...
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The Sixth Reader: Consisting of Extracts in Prose and Verse, with ...

George Stillman Hillard - Elocution - 1863 - 436 pages
...above it, his excitement became ungovernable. Mr. Laidlaw J was waiting at the porch, and assisted ua in lifting him into the dining-room, where his bed...been prepared. He sat bewildered for a few moments, 20 and then resting his eye on Luidlaw, said, " Ha, Willie Laidlaw ! 0 man, how often have 1 thought...
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The Sixth Reader: Consisting of Extracts in Prose and Verse, with ...

George Stillman Hillard - Elocution - 1863 - 436 pages
...15 but on gaining the bank immediately above it, his excitement became ungovernable. Mr. Laidlaw J was waiting at the porch, and assisted us in lifting him into the dining-room, where his bed had becn prepared. He sat bewildered for a few moments, 20 and then resting his eye on Laidlaw, said, "...
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The Sixth Reader: Consisting of Extracts in Prose and Verse, with ..., Book 6

George Stillman Hillard - Elocution - 1866 - 436 pages
...15 but on gaining the bank immediately above it, his excitement became ungovernable. Mr. Laidlaw J was waiting at the porch, and assisted us in lifting him' into the diping-room, where his bed had been prepared. He sat bewildered for a few moments, 20 and then resting...
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The Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology, Volume 4

Insanity (Law) - 1878
...Nicolson's, to keep him in the carriage. After passing the bridge the road for a couple of miles loses sight of Abbotsford, and he relapsed into his stupor, but...above it, his excitement became again ungovernable." * Then came calm, comparative lucidness, and then silence, and the sleep that knows no waking. The...
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