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    Richard Hutton's Complaints Book, 1719 (nos 84-101)

    consciences! and also said, the family complained because they had sprats. Said, there were no such thing, they loved sprats too well to complain, saying, they would rather have them oftener, but if any of the family do not love

    Introduction, Select dedications and epistles

    order, whereas it might be well sayde vnto hym: What hast thou y t thou hast not receaued of me? Too many names for a trifle . But y t I be not agaynst my nature angry wythe my vndeserued

    London debates, 1799

    fatal controul of Parents over their Children respecting Marriage; or from the hasty and injudicious choice which young Persons but too frequently make in opposition to the mature Judgment of their parents? The audience decided against parental rigour.' Morning Chronicle

    Introduction

    Thompson, the last two listed in the minutes), but the twenty-two are not in the order found in the minutes. Too much should not be made of the differences between the list in the minutes and those in Le Gros's

    Carshalton

    to ease my pain, A comfort great to cure my conscience; But physic came in vain when I was kill'd, Too late to keele when all the milk is spill'd." The author making Sir Nicholas himself the speaker, probably occasioned

    Battersea

    1685 6. "Posuit Marito optime de se merito "Uxor m stissima." "Born to be great in fortune as in mind, Too great to be within an isle confin'd; Young, helpless, friendless, seas unknown he tried; But English courage all those

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