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" We knew by the route we were not on the corn, but in the common way, and told them so ; but they told us, "They were resolved they would not let us go on any farther, but would make us go back again. "
The history of the life of Thomas Ellwood: Or, an account of his birth ... - Sivu 41
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The History of the Life of Thomas Ellwood: Or, An Account of His Birth ...

Thomas Ellwood - 1765 - 448 sivua
...us go on any farther, but would make us go back again. My Father endeavoured, by gentle Realbning, to perfwade them to forbear, and not run themfelves...Clubs (for each of them had a great Club in his Hand, ibmewhat like thofe which are called QuarterSfaves.} They thereupon, laughing, told him, 'they io 92*...

The History of the Life of Thomas Ellwood, Or, An Account of His Birth ...

Thomas Ellwood - 1808 - 424 sivua
...again. My father endeavoured, by gentle reasoning, to persuade them to forbear, and not run themselves farther into the danger of the law, which they were...therefore fair means would not work upon them, he spake more roughly to them, charging them to deliver their clubs, for each of them had a great club...

Autobiography: A Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Nide 11

1830
...again. My father endeavoured by gentle reasoning to persuade them to forbear, and not run themselves farther into the danger of the law, which they were run too far already ; but they rather derided him for it. Seeing, therefore, fair means would not work upon them,...

Autobiography, a Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Nide 11

1827
...again. My father endeavoured by gentle reasoning to persuade them to forbear, and not run themselves farther into the danger of the law, which they were run too far already; but they rather derided him for it. Seeing, therefore, fair means would not work upon them,...

Friends Library: History of the life of Thomas Ellwood

William Allen - 1836
...again. My father endeavoured by gentle reasoning, to persuade them to forbear, and not run themselves farther into the danger of the law, which they were...Seeing therefore fair means would not work upon them, lie spake more roughly to them, charging them to deliver their clubs (for each of them had a great...

The History of the Life of Thomas Ellwood: Or an Account of His Birth ...

Thomas Ellwood - 1838 - 221 sivua
...again." My father endeavoured, by gentle reasoning, to persuade them to forbear, and not run themselves farther into the danger of the law, which they were...therefore, fair means would not work upon them, he spake more roughly to them, charging them to deliver their clubs (for each of them had a great club...

The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises, and ..., Nide 7

William Evans, Thomas Evans - 1843
...My father endeavoured, by gentle reasoning, to persuade them to forbear, and not to run themselves farther into the danger of the law, which they were...therefore fair means would not work upon them, he spake more roughly to them, charging them to deliver their clubs, fbreach of them had a great club...

The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises, and ..., Nide 7

William Evans, Thomas Evans - 1843
...My father endeavoured, by gentle reasoning, to persuade them to forbear, and not to run themselves farther into the danger of the law, which they were...already; but they rather derided him for it. Seeing therelore fair means would not work upon them, he spako more roughly to them, charging them to deliver...

The history of the life of Thomas Ellwood, written by himself, with a suppl ...

Thomas Ellwood, Joseph Wyeth - 1855
...again. My father endeavoured by gentle reasoning to persuade them to forbear, and not run themselves farther into the danger of the law, which they were...therefore fair means would not work upon them, he spoke more roughly to them, charging them to deliver their clubs, for each of them had a great club...

Lives of Lord Herbert of Cherbury and Thomas Ellwood

Edward Herbert Baron Herbert of Cherbury - 1877 - 369 sivua
...to forbear, and not run themselves farther into the danger of the law, which they were run too far already : but they rather derided him for it. Seeing,...therefore, fair means would not work upon them, he spoke more roughly to them, charging them to deliver their clubs (for each of them had a great club...




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