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An epistle from a young lady to an ensign in the guards, upon his being ordered to America
by printed for J. Sewell; Whieldon and Waller, and R. Faulder in London
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Young lady. Epistle from a young lady to an ensign in the guards, upon his being ordered to America. London: Printed for J. Sewell; Whieldon and Waller, and R.
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36 Of being wanting at his watch, vpon his time appointed, or of going of the Guard without leaue, albeit vnder a colour of espie. 37 Of being found sleeping in Centinell, or of him who placed vpon some Guard or watch by his negligence hath giuen meanes to the enemie, to do some spoile in the campe, towne, or fort, and to surprise them at vnawares.
The crowds had been gathering for some time. They streamed into the public square. They came from all the neighboring villages. Sam Khan ordered his men to drive a nail into the pillar between the doors of the barracks.
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