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  • The Duellist. Book Iii
    Ah me! what mighty perils wait
    The man who meddles with a state,
    Whether to strengthen, or oppose!
    False are his friends, and firm his foes: ...
  • The Conference.[1]
    Grace said in form, which sceptics must agree,
    When they are told that grace was said by me;
    The servants gone to break the scurvy jest
    On the proud landlord, and his threadbare guest; ...
  • The Duellist.[1] Book I
    (In Three Books.)


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  • Gotham. Book Iii
    Can the fond mother from herself depart?[22]
    Can she forget the darling of her heart,
    The little darling whom she bore and bred,
    Nursed on her knees, and at her bosom fed; ...
  • The Ghost. Book Iii
    It was the hour, when housewife Morn
    With pearl and linen hangs each thorn;
    When happy bards, who can regale
    Their Muse with country air and ale, ...
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  • Profgbarrett: express rejoicing in end of non-existent eu plan to merge england and france: 'nobody wants it' they say. correct in that at least. the last two leaders to approve such a plan were winston churchill and charles de gaulle in 1940.
  • Profgbarrett: express rejoicing in end of non-existent eu plan to merge england and france: 'nobody wants it' they say. correct in that at least. the last two leaders to approve such a plan were winston churchill and charles de gaulle in 1940.
  • Maxquin93725726: charles de gaulle - 80 years old conrad adenauer - 91. winston churchill - 91. david ben-gurion -100. joe biden - 78. age had nothing to do with anything. a brilliant mind is brilliant at any age, no matter how slow you talk or walk.
  • Zenans5: who loves his country, can not hate mankind. charles churchill
  • Evernewecon: i will retweet myself and my local raceway, what is del mar. follows include churchill downs caring on the horses. the biscuit: don't shortchange folk. charles howard & democracy seabiscuit's story is ours i've suggested thingies removing injuries/heart attacks.
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