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The first result of these instructions has been to get rid of the two visitors who have so long outstaid their welcome in Southampton waters.
"I have outstaid my time," said O'Flaherty, "but stop; the lives of so many are at stake, I consent."
But even this encouragement failed, for he would go; and Lucy, who would have outstaid him, had his visit lasted two hours, soon afterwards went away.
Byron outstaid them at Sécheron, though the weather had changed and was become windy and cloudy, he every evening crossed the Lake, with
But even this encouragement failed, for he would go; and Lucy, who would have outstaid him had his visit lasted two hours, soon afterwards went away.
'When we had done tea, the aunt looked at her watch, started off her chair, said she had outstaid her appointment with the party she was to meet at cards, and turning to me, I hope, Sir, you will have the Charity to stay with my niece; and then hurried out of the room.
_ I omitted going to the wreck this day, for employing myself in looking for pigeons, I outstaid my time.
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