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" I should go to my death, even as I would to my bridal. Be it sufficient, in the mean time, that my friend will be found noble ; that his truth is unimpeachable ; that he will speedily prove it ; that he is now on his way, hurrying on, accusing himself,... "
The New-York magazine; or, Literary repository - Page 576
1791
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The Fool of Quality Or the History of Henry Earl of Moreland, Volume 1

Henry Brooke - 1777
...fufpicion of the honour of the man for whom I am about to fuffer ; I mould go to my death even as 1 would to my bridal ! Be it fufficient, in the mean...will fpeedily approve it, that he is now on his way, hurrying on, accufing himfelf, the adverfe elements, and the gods. But I hafle to prevent his fpeed...
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The New London Magazine: Being an Universal and Complete Monthly Repository ...

English literature
...every doubt, every mean fulpicion of the honour of the man for whom I am about to fuffer, I fhould go to my death even as I would to my bridal. Be it fufHcicnt, in the mean time, that my friend will be found noble, that his truth is unimpeachable, that...
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Walker's Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge

1786
...fhould go to my death even as I would to ray bridal. Be it fufficient, Su the mean time, that my frieud will be found noble, that his truth is' unimpeachable,...will fpeedily approve it, that he is now on his way,' hurrying on. But 1 hafte to prevent his (peed ; executioner, do your office. As lie pronounced the...
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The Fool of Quality: Or, The History of Henry, Earl of Moreland, Volume 1

Henry Brooke - 1792
...of the honour of the man lor whom I am about to fuffer ; I fliould go to my death even as I ^vould to my bridal! Be it fufficient, in th*e mean time,...will fpeedily approve it, that he is now on his way, hurrying on, accufmg himfelf, the adverfe elements, and the gods. But I hafte to prevent his fpeed...
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Interesting Anecdotes, Memoirs, Allegories, Essays, and Poetical ..., Volume 2

Mr. Addison - Anecdotes - 1797 - 280 pages
...every doubt, every mean fufpicion, of the honour of the man for whom I am about to fuffer, I fhall go to my death even as I would to my bridal. Be it...my friend will be found noble, that his "truth is impeachable; that he will fpeedily prove it; that he is now on his way^ hurrying on, accufing himfelf,...
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The Governess, or, Evening amusements at a boarding school

Fiction - 1800 - 219 pages
...every doubt, every mean, suspicion of the honour of the man for whom I am about to suffer, I should go to my death even as I would to my bridal. Be it sufficient in the mean time, that my friend will be found noble — that his truth is,, unimpeachable...
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The English instructor; or, Useful and entertaining passages in prose ...

English instructor - 1801
...am about to » suffer, I should go to my death, even as » I could to my bridal. Be it sufficient , in » the mean time , that my friend will be » found noble — that his truth is unimpeach» able — that he will speedily prove it » — . that he is now on his way, hurrying »...
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Moral and entertaining stories, for youth: selected by a friend

Moral and entertaining stories - 1804
...every doubt, every mean fufpicion of the honour of the man for whom I am about to fuffer, I fhould go to my death even as I would to my bridal. Be it...will fpeedily approve it, that he is now on his way, hurrying on. But I hafte to prevent his fpeed; executioner do your office." As he pronounced the laft...
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Beauties of British Prose

English prose literature - 1805 - 360 pages
...every doubt, every mean suspicion, of the houour of the man for whom I am about to suffer, I should go to my death even as I would to my bridal. Be it sufficient, in the mean time, that my friend will be found noble — that his truth is unimpeachable...
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Beauties of History; Or, Pictures of Virtue and Vice

L. M. Stretch - 1808
...-every doubt, every mean suspicion, of the honour of the man for whom I am about to suffer, I shall go to my death even as I would to my bridal. Be it sufficient in the mean time, that my friend will be found noble ; that his truth is unimpeachable \...
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