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" Irish sailor, who was poor and much distressed for clothes and common necessaries. Hickey compassionating his poverty, and finding he was his countryman, relieved his wants, and an intimacy commenced between them. They agreed to go to Ireland together;... "
The Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c - Page 142
1824
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The Gentleman's and London Magazine: Or Monthly Chronologer, 1741-1794

1741
...compamonating his poverty, and finding he was his countryman, relieved his wants, and an intimacy Commeiu-cd between them. They agreed to go to Ireland together; and it was remarked on their paflage^ that Caulfield fpoke con was apipreiremfed t Waterford the fccond teraptuoufly, atjd often...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 7

Books and bookselling - 1788
...much diflrefi'cd for cloathes and common neceffaries. Hickey, compafiionating his poverty, and finding he was his countryman, relieved his wants, and an...to go to Ireland together ; and it was remarked on theit pafTi.ge, that Caulfield fpoke contemptuoufly, and often faid, it was a pity fuch a puny fellow...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 57, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1787
...much diftreffed for cluaths and common neceflarios. Hiekey, compalfionating his poverty, and finding; he was his countryman, relieved his wants, and an...them. They agreed to go to Ireland together ; and ic was remarked on their pafTage, that Caulfield fpoke contemptuouily, and often faid, it was a pity...
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The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine: Being a Complete ...

William Granger - Characters and characteristics - 1802
...much difrrefTed for cloaths and common neceflaries. Hickey, compniuonating his poverty, and finding he was his countryman, relieved his wants, and an...to Ireland together; and it was remarked on their paflige, that Caulfield fpoke contemptuoufiy, and often faid, it was a pity fuch a puny fellow as Hiclgy...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 3

John Walker - 1811
...much distressed for clothes and common necessaries. . Hickey, compassionating his poverty, and fmding he was' his countryman, relieved his wants, and an...spoke contemptuously, and often said, it was a pity such a puny fellow as Hickey should have money, and he himself be without a shilling. They landed at...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 3

John Walker - 1811
...it was remarked on their passage, that Caulfield spoke contemptuously, and often said, it was a pity such a puny fellow as Hickey should have money, and...shilling. They landed at Waterford, at which place they stayed some days, Caulfield being all the time supported by Hickey, who bought there some clothes for...
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The young woman's companion; or, Female instructor [by J.A. Stewart].

J A. Stewart - 1814
...much distressed for clothes and common necessaries. Hickey, compassionating his poverty, and finding he was his countryman, relieved his wants, and an...spoke contemptuously, and often said, it was a pity such a puny fellow as Hickey should have money, and he himself be without a shilling. They landed at...
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The young woman's companion; or, Female instructor [by J.A. Stewart].

J A. Stewart - 1814
...much distressed for clothes and common necessaries- Hickey, compassionating his poverty, and finding he was his countryman, relieved his wants, and an...Caulfield spoke contemptuously, and often said, it was a Eitv such a puny fellow as Hickey should have money, and e himself be without a shilling. They landed...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 3

John Walker - 1814
...passage, that Caulfield spoke contemptuously, and often said, it was a pity such a puny fellow as Hie key should have money, and he himself be without a shilling. They landed at Waterford, at which place they stayed some days, CaulfieJd being all the time supported by Hickey, wlio bought there some clothes...
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Cabinet of Curiosities: Natural, Artificial, and Historical, Volume 2

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Curiosities and wonders - 1822
...much distressed for clothes and common necessaries. Hickey, compassionating his poverty, and finding he was his countryman, relieved his wants, and an...spoke contemptuously, and often said, it was a pity such a puny fellow as Hickey should have money, and he himself be without a shilling. They landed at...
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