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" His friendship and conversation lay much among the good fellows and humourists ; and his delights were accordingly, drinking, laughing, singing, kissing, and all the extravagances of the bottle. He had a set of banterers for the most part, near him ;... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 35
1846
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The American Law Journal and Miscellaneous Repertory, Volume 3

John Elihu Hall - Law - 1810
...accordingly, alike. drinking, laughing, singing, kissing, and all the extravagancies of the bottle. He had a set of banterers, for the most part, near him; as,...one another and their betters, were a regale to him. And no friendship or dearness could be so great, in private, which he would not use ill, and to an...
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The Life of William Lord Russell: With Some Account of the Times in which He ...

Earl John Russell Russell - Great Britain - 1819 - 329 pages
...accordingly, drinking, laughing, singing, kissing, and all the extravagances of the bottle. He had a set of banterers, for the most part, near him, as,...one another and their betters, were a regale to him ; and no friendship or dearness could be so great, in private, which he would not use ill, and to an...
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The Retrospective Review.., Volume 2

Henry Southern - 1820
...accordingly, drinking, laughing, singing, kissing, and all the extravagances of the bottle. He had a set of banterers, for the most part, near him ;...one another and their betters, were a regale to him. And no friendship or dearness could be so great, in private, which he would not use ill, and to an...
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The Retrospective Review, Volume 2

Books - 1820
...accordingly, drinking, laughing, singing, kissing, and all the extravagances of the bottle. He had a set of banterers, for the most part, near him ;...one another and their betters, were a regale to him. And no friendship or dearness could be so great, in private, which he would not use ill, and to an...
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The Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volume 2

1820
...accordingly, drinking, laughing, sinyiny, kissing, and all the extravagances of the bottle. He had a set of banterers, for the most part, near him ;...merry. And these fellows, abusing one another and their belters, were a regale to him. And no friendship or dearness could be so great, in private, which he...
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The Chronicle of the Kings of England: From William the Norman to the Death ...

Robert Dodsley, Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - Great Britain - 1821 - 286 pages
...accordingly, drinking, laughing, singing, kissing, and all the extravagances of the buttle. He hud a set of banterers for the most part near him, as, in old time, great men kept fools to make them meiry. And these fellows, abusing one another, were a regala to bin ; and no friendship could he so...
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The retrospective review, Volume 2

1820
...accordingly, drinking, laughing, singing, kissing, and all the extravagances of the bottle. He had a set of banterers, for the most part, near him ;...one another and their betters, were a regale to him. And no friendship or dearness could be so great, in private, which he would not use ill, and to an...
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The Lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guilford, Lord Keeper of ...

Roger North - 1826 - 475 pages
...accordingly, drinking, laughing, singing, kissing, and all the extravagances of the bottle.* He had a set of banterers, for the most part, near him ;...one another and their betters, were a regale to him. And no friendship or dearness could be so great, in private, which he would not use ill, and to an...
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The Lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guilford, Lord Keeper of ...

Roger North - Great Britain - 1826
...accordingly, drinking, laughing, singing, kissing, and all the extravagances of the bottle.* He had a set of banterers, for the most part, near him ;...one another and their betters, were a regale to him. And no friendship or dearness could be so great, in private, which he would not use ill, and to an...
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The Lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guilford, Lord Keeper of ...

Roger North - College teachers - 1826
...accordingly, drinking, laughing, singing, kissing, and all the extravagances of the bottle.* He had a set of banterers, for the most part, near him ; as, in old time, great men kept fook to make them merry. And these fellows, abusing one another and their betters, were a regale to...
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