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“Nicolle claims Paris stole her fashion-related “patens” [sic] and “stiling” [sic] tips.”
“Washington whom they avoided stiling Citizen, Tis said”
“When I came to my lodgings, I found two notes: one from a person stiling himself a gentleman employed by the Earl; and another from”
“Fourth, King of Scotland, granted it to Thomas Boswell, a branch of an ancient family in the county of Fife, stiling him in the charter,”
“Popery in France by this expedition, the declaration published by the brother of the late King of France, stiling himself Louis XVIII, at the head of the emigrants in arms, exhibits the fact in the clearest point of view, while he plainly and unequivocally says, in that declaration, that their designs are the erection of the throne and altar, by which are meant the civil government and the Catholic religion, as they existed in France prior to the revolution.”
“ by the by do not suspect me of stiling my lines there “A plaintive tale”.”
“He certainly cannot be so base as to leave me," said she, "and in stiling himself my friend does he not promise to protect me.”
Charlotte Temple, a tale of truth; reprinted from the rare first American edition (1794), over twelve hundred errors in later editions being corected, and the preface restored; with an historical and biographical introduction, bibliography, etc., by Francis W. Halsey.
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