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" In the meantime, and always, (with my particular devoirs to Miss Hartfield,) I beg you to accept the assurance of the real regard with which I have the honour to be, " My dear Sir, " Your very devoted humble servant, " And faithful friend, "AMBROSE JESSOP."... "
Reuben Apsley. By the author of Brambletye house - Page 224
by Horace Smith - 1827
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Reuben Apsley, Volume 2

Horace Smith - 1827
...friendship, as I shall be then happy to give you the advantage of my advice, and by the contribution of my counsel, do all in my power towards the facilitation...my hunting-whip." Emily, who had entered the room uriperceived, now put her arm gently over his shoulder, and looking affectionately in his face, exclaimed,...
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Reuben Apsley, Volume 2

Horace Smith - 1827
...friendship, as I shall be then happy to give you the advantage of my advice, and by the contribution of my counsel, do all in my power towards the facilitation...devoted humble servant, " And faithful friend, "AMBROSE JEssop.1" " Whoop! Curse the pragmatical prig! " cried the Squire, tearing up the letter in a passion,...
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Manual of the weather for the year MDCCCXXX: including a brief account of ...

George Mackenzie - Meteorology - 1829 - 103 pages
...report on the work. Accept the assurances of the sentiments of attachment and high consideration with which I have the honour to be, my dear Sir, Your very humble and obedient servant, SEGUIER. Translation of a letter from M. do Lambre, the Perpetual Secretary...
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The Life of John Jay: Miscellaneous and official correspondence

William Jay - Judges - 1833
...information of your welfare, and gives me the opportunity of assuring you of the very sincere esteem and regard with which I have the honour to be, my dear sir, Your most faithful and obedient humble servant, GRENVIULE. „ * • • . TO COL. TRUMBULL,* LONDOff. New-York,...
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The Life, Letters, and Speeches of Lord Plunket, Volume 2

William Conyngham Plunket Baron Plunket, David Robert Plunket - Catholic emancipation - 1867
...transmitted to me in London with as little delay as possible ? and that you will believe the esteem and regard with which I have the honour to be, My dear Sir, Your very obliged and very faithful humble servant, CHANDOS BUCKINGHAM. The Right Hon. Mr. Plunket. [Private.]...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Alexander Boswell, of Auchinleck, Baronet

Sir Alexander Boswell - 1871 - 230 pages
...need not assure you that the satisfaction which I feel on this occasion is heightened by the sincere regard with which I have the honour to be, " My Dear Sir, " Your faithful and obedient servant, " SIDMOUTH. " Alexander Boswell, Esquire." The propriety of this distinction,...
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The Poetical Works

Sir Alexander Boswell (bart.) - 1871 - 224 pages
...need not assure you that the satisfaction which I feel on this occasion is heightened by the sincere regard with which I have the honour to be, " My Dear Sir, " Your faithful and obedient servant, " SIDMOUTH. " Alexander Boswell, Esquire." The propriety of this distinction,...
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The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay ...: 1794-1826

John Jay - Judges - 1890 - 556 pages
...information of your welfare, and gives me the opportunity of assuring you of the very sincere esteem and regard with which I have the honour to be, my dear sir, Your most faithful and obedient humble servant, GRENVILLE. DIRCK TEN BROECK TO JAY. ALBANY, I4th December,...
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