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" I thank you most sincerely for the kind terms sort's speech. . in which you have proposed my health, and you, gentlemen, for the cordial manner in which you have received it. " The act which has this day been performed, and in which you were kind enough... "
Proceedings at the Banquet Given by Mr. Cyrus W. Field: At the Palace Hotel ... - Page 7
by Cyrus West Field - 1872 - 45 pages
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The principal speeches and addresses of ... the prince consort [ed. by sir A ...

Albert (consort of Victoria, queen of Gt. Britain.) - Speeches, addresses, etc., English - 1862 - 268 pages
...] MY LORD,* — I THANK you most sincerely for the kind terms in which you have proposed my health, and you, gentlemen, for the cordial manner in which you have received it. The act which has this day been performed, and in which you were kind enough to desire that I should...
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The Journal of the Household Brigade for the Year 1862-1880

I. E. A. Dolby - Great Britain - 1879
...thank you, Worshipful Master, very sincerely for the manner in whk'h you have so proposed the toast, and you, gentlemen, for the cordial manner in which you have received it. I have also to thank yon most warmly for the way in which my own name has been received. (Cheers.)...
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Fifty Years of Public Work of Sir Henry Cole, K. C. B., Accounted ..., Volume 1

Henrietta Cole - Art - 1884
...thank you most sincerely for the kind terms sort's speech. . in which you have proposed my health, and you, gentlemen, for the cordial manner in which you have received it. " The act which has this day been performed, and in which you were kind enough to desire that I...
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Fifty years of public work of sir Henry Cole ... accounted for in his deeds ...

sir Henry Cole, Alan Summerly Cole - 1884
...Lord, — I thank you most sincerely for the kind terms sort's s. in which you have proposed my health, and you, gentlemen, for the cordial manner in which you have received it. " The act which has this day been performed, and in which you were kind enough to desire that I...
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