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“There is one pretty good house of ye Earle of Herrifords that marry'd one of Mr Norborns Daughters, that was Killed by Sr Tho: Montgomery.”
“Having a good house and a comfortable income, he was able to offer a home to Mr. Owenson and to the faithful Molly.”
“They have a judge who gets a good house to live in, and L1000 sterling a year; but he has nothing of consequence to do.”
“Its built on a hill all of stone, its a very neate building and ye streets well pitch'd and broad, the houses well built and looks more stately than any in York, only its not the tenth part so bigg, its a neate little town as I have seen. there are severall very good houses in it, one Doctr Burgess has built a very good house wch is Call'd his ffolly.”
“He was a thoroughly hard-working man, doing pretty well in the world, for he had a good house over his head, and always could find raiment and bread for his wife and eight children; but, nevertheless, he was an unhappy man because he suffered from political grievances, or, I should more correctly say, that his grievances were semi-political and semi-social.”
“So on, and passing through a good part of this county of Wiltshire, saw a good house of Alexander Popham's, and another of my Lord Craven's, I think in Barkeshire.”
“Crabbe was still residing at Parham Lodge, but the incidents of such residence remained far from pleasant, and, after four years there, Crabbe joyfully accepted the offer of a good house at Great Glemham, placed at his disposal by his friend Dudley North.”
“Whist, and I've run a good house all me life …" retreated away amid a rustling of cheap chintz and curling-papers.”
“There is about 2 mile off the Lord Guilffords house Roxton which is a good house within a parke.”
“I asked the price of a good house and about 40 acres of land, and they said the most they could ask for it would be L30, a cheap place to settle, for provisions also are cheaper than anywhere I have been.”
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