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" Duke of Valentinois, who possessed estates in Normandy. The strange events of the Revolution disordered his senses ; he saw that many had raised themselves from obscurity, and he wished, to do the same. In September... "
A collection of modern and contemporary voyages & travels - Seite 52
von Collection - 1805
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Travels from Berlin, through Switzerland, to Paris in ... 1804, tr. from ...

August Friedrich F. von Kotzebue - 1804
...many 3iad raised themselves from obscurity, and•he wished to do. the same. In Sep. tember, 1796, lie left his father's house, and strolled> as a vagabond...be the son of a family of rank, reduced to distress iy the revolution. His youth, his innoD 3 •: cent appearance, and the plausibility of his story,...
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The Annual Review and History of Literature, Band 3

1805
...XVI. In September, 179(5, he left his father's house, and strolled about the country as a vagabond, declaring himself to be the son of a family of rank, reduced to distress by the revolution. His youth and well-simulated innocence left no room for suspicion, and he was every where relieved. However he...
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The Guernsey and Jersey Magazine, Bände 1-2

1836
...that many had raised themselves from obscurity, and he wished to do the same. In September, 1 796, he left his father's house ; and strolled as a vagabond...his innocent appearance, and the plausibility of his tale, every where procured him a favourable reception and relief. He had no passport, but was never...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Band 46

1804
...saw that many had raised themselves from obscurity, and he wished to do the same. In September, 1796, he left his father's house, and strolled as a vagabond...himself to be the son of a family of rank, reduced to distrfsf by the revolution. His youth, hit innocent appearance, and the plausibility of his story,...
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Annual Register, Band 46

Edmund Burke - 1805
...saw that many had raised themselves from obscurity, and he wished to do the same. In September, 1796, he left his father's house, and strolled as a vagabond about the country, declaring himself to be the »on of a family of rank, reduced to disti by the revolution. His youth, innocent appearance, and the...
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