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“His sash was twisted and netted with gold, and besides answering the purpose of a belt, by securing the upper garment round his waist, sustained a silver-hilted poniard.”
“Dozen of Handkerchiefs, four silver-hilted Swords, half Dozen of Shirts, three Tye – Periwigs, and a piece of Broad – Cloth.”
“One of the by-standers was the better for the fray; for he took up a silver-hilted sword, broken in two pieces, and rode off with it.”
“They proceeded onwards, and were joined by three men, as Wilson had told them they would; but they fancied one of them to be a gentleman; for he was muffled up in a cloak, and had a silver-hilted sword in his hand: but he spake not.”
““Ah, Harry!” cries Mrs. Esmond, bursting into tears, as at this juncture her second son entered the room — in just such another suit, gold-corded frock, braided waistcoat, silver-hilted sword, and solitaire, as that which his elder brother wore.”
“It is not indeed silver-hilted, which, as you say, doth not become a soldier; but the handle is decent enough, and the blade one of the best in”
“My messmate, who very much resembled my uncle, both in figure and disposition, treated me on board of the prize with the utmost civility and confidence: and, among other favours, made me a present of a silver-hilted hanger, and a pair of pistols mounted with the same metal, which fell to his share in plundering the enemy.”
“Tafas said something to a slave who stood there with silver-hilted sword in hand.”
“Auda drew his silver-hilted dagger and chipped the top of the first egg.”
“Here we had a supply of all sorts of clothes, as well for my husband as for myself; and I took especial care to buy for him all those things that I knew he delighted to have; as two good long wigs, two silver-hilted swords, three or four fine fowling-pieces,”
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