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" He then shewed me his garden and pagoda, and after a few common-place expressions of the pleasure I felt in seeing so celebrated a warrior, which he answered by saying with a laugh, he should have been glad to make my acquaintance ehewhere, I made my... "
The Travels of a Hindoo to Various Parts of Bengal and Upper India - Page 131
by Bholanauth Chunder - 1869
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The Modern Traveller: A Popular Description, Geographical ..., Volume 3

Josiah Conder - 1828
...regard, he plucked some of his prettiest flowers for me. He then shewed me his garden and pagoda ; and after a few common-place expressions of the pleasure...laugh, he should have been glad to make my acquaintance elsewhere, I made my bow, and took leave. " In the last inclosure of the fortress, on the very summit...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 29; Volume 47

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1828
...brotherly regard, plucking some of his prettiest flowers for me. He then shewed me his garden and pagoda; and, after a few common-place expressions of the pleasure...laugh, he should have been glad to make my acquaintance ehmhere, 1 made my bow, and took leave.' Vol. I. p. 307How this worthy personage was led to regard...
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Narrative of a Journey Through the Upper Provinces of India: From ..., Volume 1

Reginald Heber - 1828
...brotherly regard, plucking some' of his prettiest flowers for me. He then shewed me his garden and pagoda, and after a few common-place expressions of the pleasure...laugh, he should have been glad to make my acquaintance elsewhere, I made my bow and took leave. He has been now, I believe, five years in prison, and seems...
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Narrative of a Journey Through the Upper Provinces of India: From ..., Volume 1

Reginald Heber - 1828
...showed me his garden and pagoda, and after a few common-place expressions of the pleasure I felt iu seeing so celebrated a warrior, which he answered...laugh, he should have been glad to make my acquaintance elsewhere, I made my bow and took leave. He has been now, I believe, five years in prison, and seems...
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Narrative of a Journey Through the Upper Provinces of India: From ..., Volume 1

Reginald Heber - 1828
...brotherly regard, plucking some of his prettiest flowers for me. He then shewed me his garden and pagoda, and after a few common-place expressions of the pleasure I felt in seeing so cele-; brated a warrior, which he answered by saying with a laugh, he should have been glad to make...
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Narrative of a Journey Through the Upper Provinces of India, from ..., Volume 1

Reginald Heber - 1829
...laugh, he should have been glad to make my acquaintance elsewhere, I made my bow and took leave. He lias been now, I believe, five years in prison, and seems likely to remain there during life, or till the death of his patron and tool, Bajee Row, may lessen his power of doing mischief. He has often offered...
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The Lives and Exploits of Banditti and Robbers in All Parts of the ..., Volume 2

Charles MacFarlane - 1833
...brotherly regard, plucking some of his prettiest flowers for me. He then showed me his garden and pagoda, and after a few common-place expressions of the pleasure...laugh, he should have been glad to make my acquaintance elsewhere, I made my bow, and took leave. He has now been, I believe, five years in prison, and seems...
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The Lives and Exploits of Banditti and Robbers in All Parts of the ..., Volume 2

Charles MacFarlane - 1833
...brotherly regard, plucking some of his prettiest flowers for me. He then showed me his garden and pagoda, and after a few commonplace expressions of the pleasure...which he answered by saying, with a laugh, he should iiave been glad to make my acquaintance elsewhere, I made my bow and took leave. ^Ie has now been,...
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The Lives and Exploits of Banditti and Robbers in All Parts of the ..., Volume 2

Charles MacFarlane - 1833
...should have been glad to make my acquaintance elsewhere, I made my bow, and took leave. He has now been, I believe, five years in prison, and seems likely to remain there during life, or till the death of his patron and tool, the Peshwa, may lessen his power of doing mischief. He has often...
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The Lives and Exploits of the Most Noted Robbers, Buccaneers, and Pirates of ...

1846
...brotherly regard, plucking some of his prettiest flowers for me. He then showed me his garden and pagoda, and after a few common-place expressions of the pleasure...laugh, he should have been glad to make my acquaintance elsewhere, I made my bow, and took leave. He has now been, I believe, five years in prison, and seems...
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