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By the hand of my groom, Robert Wilmay, who hath it in charge to ride posthaste.
HILDEBRANDANONYMOUS
Stroble thereupon sent posthaste to his supporters for more cash, and efforts were made to get the stubborn Senate to reconsider.
Had he but known the agony of spirit his daughter was experiencing he would have returned posthaste to Philadelphia.
The Rangers had brought in word that Lvis was coming posthaste to Montcalm's aid.
These words from his physician, and the spectacle of my friend, now reduced almost to a skeleton, sent me posthaste to Serampore.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
Wulfnoth and Godwine were riding inland, and doubtless were returning posthaste if they knew that ships had come.
KING OLAF'S KINSMANCHARLES WHISTLER
Posthaste, two months since, came to the house outside Granada, the buyer for the London firm.
THE WOLF CUBPATRICK CASEY
It was as Rolfe had said, and the free and able-bodied of the plantations had put out, posthaste, for matrimony.
TO HAVE AND TO HOLDMARY JOHNSTON
He was thinking on ending the interview as quickly and conveniently as he might, and hurrying posthaste to those speculative ones.
THE PRESIDENTALFRED HENRY LEWIS
The bearer on horseback, the horse in a foam—smoking like a boiler at the heat—be sure a posthaste letter!
THE HUNCHBACKJAMES SHERIDAN KNOWLES

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