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" ... ends slightly with the wet end of a napkin. His legs were very weak, having had (as was thought) some foul play in his youth, or rather before he was born, that he was not able to stand at seven years of age, that weakness made him ever leaning on... "
The court and character of king James, written and taken by sir A.W. Repr - Side 55
av Anthony Weldon (sir.) - 1817
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Secret History of the Court of James the First, Volum 2

Sir Walter Scott - 1811
...rubb'd his fingers ends slightly with the wet end of a napkin ; his legs were very weake, having had (as was thought) some foul play in his youth, or rather...was not able to stand at seven years of age, that weaknesse made him ever leaning on other mens shoulders ; his walke was ever circular, his fingers...
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The court and character of King James, cont'd

Sir Walter Scott - 1811
...rubb'd his fingers ends slightly with the wet end of a napkin ; his legs were very weake, having had (as was thought) some foul play in his youth, or rather before he was born,1 that he was not able to stand at seven years of age, that weaknesse made him ever leaning on...
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Secret history of the court of James the First ...

Sir Walter Scott, Francis Osborne, Sir Anthony Weldon, Sir William Sanderson, Sir Edward Peyton, Peter Heylyn - 1811
...very weake, having had (as was thought) some foul play in his youth, or rather before he was born,1 that he was not able to stand at seven years of age, that weaknesse made him ever leaning on other mens shoulders ; his walke was ever circular, his fingers...
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Memoirs of the Court of King James the First, Volum 1

Lucy Aikin - 1822
...fingers' ends slightly VOL. i. H with the wet end of a napkin. His legs were very weak ; having, as some thought, some foul play in his youth ; or, rather,...age ; that weakness made him ever leaning on other men's shoulders ; his walk was ever circular a." The disagreeable impression of so uncouth an exterior...
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The retrospective review, Volum 7

1823
...fingers' ends slightly with the wet-end of a napkin : his legs were very weak, having had (as some thought) some foul play in his youth, or rather before...stand at seven years of age ; that weakness made him for ever leaning on other men's shoulders ; his walk was ever circular." — Character of King James....
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The Retrospective Review

1823
...fingers' ends slightly with the wet-end of a napkin : his legs were very weak, having had (as some thought) some foul play in his youth, or rather before...stand at seven years of age ; that weakness made him for ever leaning on other men's shoulders ; his walk was ever circular." — Character of King James....
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The Eclectic Review, Volum 18;Volum 36

William Hendry Stowell - 1823
...his fingers' ends slightly with the wet end of a napkin. His legs were very weak ; having, as some thought, some foul play in his youth : or, rather,...born, that he was not able to stand at seven years of ago ; thnt weakness made him ever leaning on other men's shoulders ; his walk was ever circular." ....
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1823
...his fingers' ends slightly with the. wet end of a napkin. His legs were very weak ; having, as some thought, some foul play in his youth : or, rather,...was born;, that he was not able to stand at seven years.of age; that weakness made him ever leaning on other men's shoulders. ; his waJk. was ever circular."...
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Illustrations, Critical, Historical, Biographical, and ..., Volum 3

Richard Warner - 1824
...washed his hands, only his fingers' ends lightly with a napkin ; his legs were very weak, having had (as was thought) some foul play in his youth, or rather...able to stand at seven years of age, that weakness ever made him leaning on men's shoulders ; his walk was ever circular. He was very temperate in his...
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The history of Scotland, Volum 3

George Buchanan - 1827
...rubbed his finger ends with the wet end of a napkin slightly. His legs were very weak, having had, as was thought, some foul play in his youth, or rather...age ; that weakness made him ever leaning on other men's shoulders. His walk was ever circular." f Few kings have lived less respected, or died more generally...
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