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The old war-dogs made more lingering sederunts in the change-houses, the low taverns in the back lands sounded with bragging chorus and debate, and in the room of the Sergeant More the half-pay gentlemen mixed more potently their midday drams.
In his long sederunts with Templandmuir he would slip out to the pump, before every brew, to get water of sufficient coldness.
-- Hard work in the Court, the sederunts turn long and burthensome.