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  1. Widow Quin looks from window and comes to him, hurriedly. – The Playboy of the Western World by J. M. Synge
  2. " No, you little unnatural monster," replied Quin – Peg Woffington by Charles Reade
  3. Mr. Quin was silenced. – Peg Woffington by Charles Reade
  4. I always feel horribly hungry here, because I know Quin has just come away from some starving family or other, and I have to try and eat to forget." – Winding Paths by Gertrude Page
  5. Quin did not see the end. – The Napoleon of Notting Hill by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  6. The village is close to the river Quin which flows between the church and Hare Street on the Cambridge Road. – Hertfordshire by Herbert W Tompkins
  7. " Quin is never dull, he is only depressing. – Winding Paths by Gertrude Page
  8. " It is Woffington speaking the epilogue," said Quin – Peg Woffington by Charles Reade
  9. Sixth Count: And the Jurors aforesaid, upon their oath aforesaid, do further present: That Thomas Harrison Baker, late of the City and County of New York, in the District and Circuit aforesaid, mariner; and John Harleston, late of the same place, mariner; Charles Sidney Passalaigue, late of the same place, mariner; Henry Cashman Howard, late of the same place, mariner; Joseph Cruz del Carno, late of the same place, mariner; Henry Oman, late- of the same place, mariner; Patrick Daly, late of the same place, mariner; William Charles Clark, late of the same place, mariner; Albert Gallatin Ferris, late of the same place, mariner; Richard Palmer, late of the same place, mariner; John Murphy, late of the same place, mariner; Alexander Carter Coid, late of the same place, mariner; and Martin Galvin, late of the same place, mariner, on the 3d day of June, in the year of our Lord 1861, upon the high seas, out of the jurisdiction of any particular State, and within the admiralty and maritime jurisdiction of the said United States of America, and within the jurisdiction of this Court, each then and there being a citizen of the said United States of America, did, on pretense of authority from a person, to wit, one Jefferson Davis, with force and arms, piratically, feloniously and violently set upon, board, break and enter, a certain vessel, to wit, a brig called the Joseph, the same being then and there owned, in whole or in part, by a citizen or citizens of the United States of America, whose name or names are to the Jurors aforesaid unknown, and did, on pretense of authority from a person, to wit, one Jefferson Davis, then and there in and on board of the said brig, the Joseph, in and upon one Thies N. Meyer, then and there being a mariner, and then and there one of the ship's company of the said brig, the Joseph, and then and there master and commander thereof, and in and upon Horace W. Bridges, Albert Nash, William H. Clanning, John J. Merritt, John Quin and Joseph H. Golden, each then and there being a mariner and one of the ship's company of the said brig, the Joseph, piratically, feloniously and violently make an assault, and them did, on pretense of authority from a person, to wit, one Jefferson Davis, then and there piratically, feloniously and violently, put in personal fear and danger of their lives, and did, on pretense of authority from a person, to wit, one Jefferson Davis, then and there, the brig, the said Joseph, of the value of $ 3, 000, and the tackle, apparel and furniture thereof, of the value of $ 500, and two hundred and fifty hogsheads of sugar, of the value of $ 100 each hogshead, of the goods, chattels and personal property of certain persons whose names are to the Jurors aforesaid unknown, the said two hundred and fifty hogsheads of sugar being then and there in and on board of the said brig, and being then and there the lading thereof, and the said brig, the tackle, apparel and furniture thereof and the said two hundred and fifty hogsheads of sugar, being then and there in the care, custody and possession of the said Thies N. Meyer, Horace W. Bridges, Albert Nash, William H. Clanning, John J. Merritt, John Quin and Joseph H. Golden, from the said Thies N. Meyer, Horace W. Bridges, Albert Nash, William H. Clanning, John J. Merritt, John Quin and Joseph H. Golden, and from their said possession, care and custody, and in their presence and against their will, violently, piratically and feloniously, seize, rob, steal, take and carry away, against the form of the statute of the said United States of America in such case made and provided, and against the peace of the said United States and their dignity. – Trial of the Officers and Crew of the Privateer Savannah, on the Charge of Piracy, in the United States Circuit Court for the Southern District of New York by A. F. Warburton
  10. In his dolorous and solitary condition he was one evening surprised by a visit from Quin – Curiosities of Impecuniosity by H. G. Somerville
  11. The man was stooping over the irna and muttering: " Okinchincha quin appani ilchi ilchi- a." – In the Musgrave Ranges by Jim Bushman
  12. Kings are now chosen in alphabetical rotation, and the choice falls upon a civil servant, Auberon Quin by name. – G. K. Chesterton, A Critical Study by Julius West
  13. Gentlemen, we abandon your neighbor, Mr. Quin to you. – Peg Woffington by Charles Reade
  14. In the rate lists of Long Island between 1638 and 1675, I find Kelly, Dalton, Whelan, Condon, Barry, Powers, Quin Kane, Sweeney, Murphy, Reilly, as well as Norman- Irish and Anglo- Irish names that are common to Irish nomenclature. – The Glories of Ireland by Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox
  15. " I have been waiting quite a long time," said Quin mildly. – The Napoleon of Notting Hill by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  16. I discovered I was to share a tent with Quin and dragged my kit over to the one indicated. – Fanny Goes to War by Pat Beauchamp
  17. When Nelly was acting Florimel in Dryden's Secret Love, produced February, 1667, Mrs. Quin played Candiope. – The Works of Aphra Behn, Vol. I (of 6) by Aphra Behn
  18. I've been going down East with Quin lately. – Winding Paths by Gertrude Page
  19. 37. " Quin et Armorici piratam Saxona tractus Sperabant, cui pelle salum sulcare Britannum Ludus, et assuto glaucum mare findere lembo." – Early Britain--Roman Britain by Edward Conybeare

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