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" After a great deal of labour lost, he remounted his horse, guided him to the pond, which was at the other end of the court, let him drink, went afterwards and tied him to his manger, and then returned to the house with great agility. "
London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer... - Página 319
1752
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The Arminian Magazine: Consisting of Extracts and Original ..., Volumen8

John Wesley - 1785
...cabbage- (lalk, knocked furioufly at the door. After a great deal of labour loft, he remounted nis horfe, guided him to the pond, which was at the other...to the houfe with great agility. At the noife fome fervants made in the kitchen, he was very attentive, came near to the door, and clapped his ear to...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1789
...furioufly againll the door; after a great deal of labour loft, he remounted his horfe, guided him ta the pond, which was at the other end of the court,...and tied him to his manger, and then returned to the J houfe with great agility. At the noife fome fervants made in the kitchen, he was very attentive,...
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The Wonders of the Little World; Or, A General History of Man ..., Volumen1

Nathaniel Wanley - 1806
...door, and after a great deal of labour lost, he remounted his horse, guided him to the pond, wfiich •was at the other end of the court, let him drink, went afterwards and tied him to his manner, and then returned to the house with great agility. At the noise some servants made in the kitchen,...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volumen1

1823
...cabbage-stalk, knocked furiously at the door. After a great deal of labour lost, he remounted his horse, guided him to the pond, which was at the other end...and tied him to his manger, and then returned to the house with great agility. At the noise some servants made in the kitchen, he was very attentive, came...
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The Mirror of literature, amusement, and instruction [ed. by T. Byerley ...

Thomas Byerley - 1823
...cabbage-stalk, knocked furiously at the door. After a great deal of labour lost, he remounted his horee, guided him to the pond, which was at the other end...and tied him to his manger, and then returned to the house with great agility. At the noise some servants runde in the kitchen, he was very attentive, came...
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The Entertaining Medley;: Being a Collection of True Histories and Anecdotes ...

Abigail Roberts - 1826 - 180 páginas
...against the door ; after a great deal of labour lost, he remounted bis horse, (still fast asleep,) guided him to the pond, which was at the other end...and tied him to his manger, and then returned to the house with great agility. At the noise some servants made in the kitchen, he was very attentive, came...
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A Treatise on Insanity and Other Disorders Affecting ..., Página 947,Volumen1835

James Cowles Prichard - 1835 - 483 páginas
...at the door. After many unsuccessful efforts he remounted, and led his horse to the watering-place, which was at the other end of the court, let him drink, tied him to a post, and went quietly to the house. Upon hearing a noise which the servants made in...
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The Cyclopædia of Practical Medicine: Comprising Treatises on the ..., Volumen4

Sir John Forbes, Alexander Tweedie, John Conolly - 1835
...at the door. After many unsuccessful efforts he remounted, and led his horse to the watering-place, which was at the other end of the court, let him drink, tied him to a post, and went quietly to the bouse. Upon hearing a noise which the servants made in...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen61

1838
...at the door. After many unsuccessful efforts he remounted, and led his horse to the watering-place, which was at the other end of the court, let him drink, tied him to a post, and went quietly to the house. Upon hearing a noise which the servants made in...
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Quarterly Review, Volumen61

1838
...at the door. After many unsuccessful efforts he remounted, and led his horse to the watering-place, which was at the other end of the court, let him drink, tied him to a post, and went quietly to the house. Upon hearing a noise which the servants made in...
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