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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 complete poetical and dramatic works of sir Walter Scott. With an intr ...

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1883
...broke, and he seemed to revive. " After passing the bridge, the raid for ft couple of miles loses eight y lady left alone. And no more did 1 see. " Then changed,...was that bold Baron's brow, From the dark to the ungovernable. Mr. Laidlaw (his major-domo) was waiting in the porch, :.nd assisted us in lifting him...
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George Square, Glasgow: And the Lives of Those Whom Its Statues Commemorate ...

Thomas Somerville - George Square (Glasgow, Scotland) - 1891 - 294 pages
...eye caught at length his own tower at the distance of a mile, he sprang up with a cry of delight. " Mr. Laidlaw was waiting at the porch and assisted us in lifting him into the dining room where his bed had been placed. He sat bewildered for a few moments, and then, resting his...
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Some of Our English Poets

Charles Dent Bell - English poetry - 1895 - 280 pages
...son-in-law to keep him in the carriage. Mr. Laidlaw was waiting at the porch, and assisted the others in lifting him into the dining-room, where his bed had been prepared, where he sat bewildered for a few moments, and then, resting his eyes on Laidlaw, said : " Ah, Willie...
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The Border Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly, Volume 3

Nicholas Dickson, William Sanderson - Scotland - 1898
...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." From Plioto by Puulton, AX OLD BORDF.R BRIDGE. London« he reached Edinburgh in a state of utter unconsciousness....
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Scotland: Historic and Romantic

Maria Hornor Lansdale - Scotland - 1902
...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." A brief improvement in the patient's condition followed this return to his home, so that those about...
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Scotland, Historic and Romantic, Volume 1

Maria Hornor Lansdale - Scotland - 1901
...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." A brief improvement in the patient's condition followed this return to his home, so that those about...
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Abbotsford: Painted by William Smith, Jr

William Shillinglaw Crockett - Abbotsford - 1905 - 224 pages
...throat, we may be sure — was waiting at the door, and assisted to carry his dying master and friend to the dining-room, where his bed had been prepared. He sat bewildered for a moment or two, then, resting his eyes on Laidlaw, as if trying to recollect, said immediately, ' Ha,...
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ABBOTSFORD

WILLIAM SMITH, JR., W.S. CROCKETT - 1905
...throat, we may be sure—was waiting at the door, and assisted to carry his dying master and friend to the dining-room, where his bed had been prepared. He sat bewildered for a moment or two, then, resting his eyes on Laidlaw, as if trying to recollect, said immediately, ' Ha,...
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