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  • L'Estrange, which is also given, may suggest, by its more prosperous look, that in the evil days of the English press its Censor was the person who most throve by it.

    A Short History of English Printing, 1476-1898

  • When we come to the following century, the Comrnonwealth period in England, we find this type of merry music-making exemplified by the following extract from the writings of the Puritan composer, Roger l'Estrange 'Being in St. James His Parke, I heard. an Organ Touched in a little low Room of one Mr. Hinckson's.

    Music and Musicians

  • But perhaps the most interesting feature of the edition is the adoption of Sir Roger l'Estrange's seventeenth-century version.

    A Hundred Anecdotes of Animals

  • L'Estrange's departure has come, and a few of the many friends he has made during his short furlough spent with the

    The New England Magazine, Volume 1, No. 5, Bay State Monthly, Volume 4, No. 5, May, 1886

  • Lord L'Estrange's hand rested now upon a letter in a stiff, legible

    My Novel — Complete

  • L'Estrange's suspicions of Randal were too strong to be easily set aside, and therefore he replied, civilly, but with covert taunt,

    My Novel — Complete

  • Randal, however -- close, observant, shrewd -- perceived that he himself was much stronger than the Blue Committee believed; and, to his infinite surprise, he owed that strength to Lord L'Estrange's exertions on his behalf.

    My Novel — Complete

  • Riccabocca was likely to learn L'Estrange's return to England, and to meet with him.

    My Novel — Complete

  • L'Estrange's friendship for me; my scruples would not extend to my son-in-law.

    My Novel — Complete

  • But in every hope for the future, every stimulant to ambition, Lord L'Estrange's esteem still stood before me.

    My Novel — Complete


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