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“There had been Arran's mistress, numerous lowborn women from kitchens and households of Edinburgh, and a Norwegian mistress from whom he had borrowed money and then abandoned on the Continent so she had been told by Lord James.”
“Waggoner in 1819; The River Duddon and Memorials of a Tour on the Continent in 1820; Ecclesiastical”
“In the reign of Henry the Eighth, Bishop Bale, as we have seen, wrote Miracle-Plays for the avowed purpose of advancing the Reformation; and his plays were printed on the Continent in 1538.”
“Laudanum that was created on the Continent and is imported from there to our shores.”
“He travelled much on the Continent and visited Corsica, where he became acquainted with the patriot General Paoli.”
“Miscellaneous writer, third son of Sir Robert W., the great minister of George II., was born in London, and ed. at Eton and Cambridge, after which he travelled on the Continent with Gray, the poet (q.v.).”
“In 1663 he had travelled on the Continent for three years with his pupil-friend, F. Willughby, and in 1673 appeared”
“Bishop Leslie's servant, Charles Bailley, will meet him on the Continent and serve to deliver letters back to England, to me and Leslie and Norfolk.”
“He asserted to Medwin that a lady, young, married, and of noble connections, had become infatuated with him, and declared her love of him on the eve of his departure for the Continent in 1816; that he had gently but firmly repulsed her; that she arrived in Naples on the day he did, and had soon afterwards died.”
“Four Miracle-Plays have come down to us, which were written by Bishop Bale, and printed on the Continent in 1538.”
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