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" Education, &c., of more than i2,ooo distinguished Heads of Families in the United Kingdom, their Heirs Apparent or Presumptive, together with a Record of the Patronage at their disposal, the Offices which they hold or have held, their Town Addresses,... "
A Handy-book of Rock Names, with Brief Descriptions of the Rocks - Page 1
by George Henry Kinahan - 1873 - 139 pages
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Peeps Into the Human Hive, Volume 2

England - 1874
...matters which, it is unnecessary to observe, are even more important to the owners than to the public. What would the gossips of old have given for a book...cause. There are, for example, some awkward blanks of parentage to be found. Very many have no fathers ; at all events, none such as they care to name....
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The bath in diseases of the skin

John Laws Milton - 1880 - 84 pages
...disposal, the Offices which they hold or have held, their Town Addresses, Country Residences, Clubs, &c. " What would the gossips of old have given for a book...recesses of every County Family in the Three Kingdoms ? . . . This work, however, will serve other purposes besides those of mere curiosity, envy, or malice....
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Donna Quixote, Volume 3

Justin McCarthy - 1879
...Town Addresses, Country Residences, Clubs, &c. " What would the gossips of old have given for a booh which opened to them the recesses of every County Family in the Three Kingdoms ? . . . This worh, however, will serve other purposes besides those of mere curiosity, envy, or malice....
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Jezebel's Daughter, Volume 1

Wilkie Collins - 1880
...disposal, the Offices which they hold or have held, their Town Addresses, Country Residences, Clubs, &c. " What would the gossips of old have given for a book...recesses of every County Family in the Three Kingdoms ? . . . This work, however, will serve other purposes besides those of mere curiosity, envy, or malice....
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A Necklace of Stories

Moncure Daniel Conway - Children's stories - 1880 - 206 pages
...which they hold or have held, their Town Addresses, Country Residences, Clubs, &c. [/ the press. " What would the gossips of old have given for a book...recesses of every County Family in the Three Kingdoms ? . This work, koweoert will serve other purposes besides those of mere curiosity t envy, or malice....
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A History of Our Own Times from the Accession of Queen Victoria to ..., Volume 3

Justin McCarthy - Great Britain - 1880
...disposal, the Offices which they hold or have held, their Town Addresses, Country Residences, Clubs, &c. " What would the gossips of old have given for a book...recesses of every County Family in the Three Kingdoms ? . . . This work, however, will serve other purposes besides mere curiosity, envy, or malice. It is...
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Plain English

John Hollingshead - Impresarios - 1880 - 191 pages
...disposal, the Offices which they hold or have held, their Town Addresses, Country Residences, Clubs, &c. " What would the gossips of old ^ have given for a book...recesses of every County Family in the Three Kingdoms ? . . . This work, however, will serve other purposes besides those of mere curiosity , envy, or malice....
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British Books in Print, Volume 2

English literature - 1880
...disposal, the Offices which they hold or have held, their Town Addresses, Country Residences, Clubs, &c. " What would the gossips of old have given for a book...recesses of every County Family in the Three Kingdoms ? . . . This work, however, will serve other purposes besides mere curiosity, envy, or malice, /t it...
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A Study of Shakespeare

Algernon Charles Swinburne - English drama - 1880 - 309 pages
...which they hold or have held, their Town Addresses, Country Residences, Clubs, &c. [/ the press. " What would the gossips of old have given for a book...recesses of every County Family in the Three Kingdoms ? . . . This work, however, vjilt serve other purposes besides those of mere curiosity, envy, or malice....
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A tramp abroad, by Mark Twain, Volume 2

Samuel Langhorne Clemens - 1880
...disposal, the Offices which they hold or have held, their Town Addresses, Country Residences, Clubs, &c. " What would the gossips of old have given for a book...recesses of every County Family in the Three Kingdoms ? . . . This mark, however, will serve other purposes besides those of mere curiosity, envy, or malice....
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