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"Bacri had foreseen that," replied the youth, "and has arranged to meet and guide me from a street leading south from the Bagnio, which is known to both of us."
On the Dutch tiles at the Bagnio was a rude picture representing Jacob in hairy gloves, cheating Isaac of
The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. A Colonel in the Service of Her Majesty Queen Anne
On the Dutch tiles at the Bagnio was a rude picture representing Jacob in hairy gloves, cheating Isaac of Esau’s birthright.
A Moral Essay might go in Discharge of a Debt contracted in a Bagnio.
Arrived here yesterday — a dreadfully smelly place with all this sulphur in the air — to take the famous Bagnio waters.
My mother, alas, had put on much more than the original four kilos she had once gone to Bagnio to lose; she seemed, in fact, to be taking on pouter-pigeon dimensions.
Her answer came a week later addressed to me from Bagnio, Italia.
Query, was this the same as the Duke of York's Bagnio?
S. Haworth published, in a small 12mo. volume, without date, "A Description of the Duke of York's Bagnio, in Long Acre, and of the Mineral Bath and new S.aw thereunto belonging."
While in the act of moving the ship I received the serious news from the Municipality, that it was the intention of the Reds, with Albertini and Campanelli at their head, to at once open the Bagnio and let loose the galley slaves; begging at the same time that I would take it on myself to prevent this, as it could only be in contemplation for purposes easily conceived, though dreadful to contemplate.
Charles Philip Yorke, Fourth Earl of Hardwicke, Vice-Admiral R.N. — a Memoir
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