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  • Mr. Walden in his heart, I dare say, was re-venged on the baronet.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • I be back and I be venged and then I be Noble House by God ....

    Noble House

  • He was going to build his House again and then, '… and then I be back by God … I be back and I be venged and then I be Noble House by God ….

    Noble House

  • And in the deadly battle-strife had venged their leader well;

    The Ontario High School Reader

  • And in the deadly battle-strife had venged their leader well:

    The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886

  • Then the bishop put himself to prayer and orisons, and brake all the lamps of the church, and said: There shall none of them be lighted till that our Lord hath venged him on his enemy, and that the church have recovered that which she hath lost.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 2

  • Their wedlocks 'pledges [313] venged their husbands bad.

    The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Vol. 3 (of 3)

  • He might have venged himself, nor did: -- now wou'd,

    Orlando Furioso

  • Day after 'day alike rose in exertion, alike closed in disap - pointment; and the sad remains of the murdered abbot St. Theodore were con - veyed to the last silent receptacle of mortality, pitied, deplored, but una - venged.

    The confessional of Valombre

  • But finding that this precaution only increafed the number of the malcontents, and fearing a general revolt, he removed the guard, and left every one free to retire: but, to be re* venged on thofe who withdrew, he confifcated their ef - fe£tsi or beflowed them on his ruffians and partifans.

    An universal history, from the earliest accounts to the present time

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