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If Russia is well disposed, she will consent to a smaller Bulgaria and to a shorter occupation.
LORD LYONS: A RECORD OF BRITISH DIPLOMACY, VOL. 2 OF 2THOMAS WODEHOUSE LEGH NEWTON
If she were well disposed, she might pass, but her wickedness is insupportable.
THE MEMOIRS OF THE LOUIS XIV. AND THE REGENCY, COMPLETEELIZABETH-CHARLOTTE, DUCHESSE D'ORLEANS
Not at all well disposed to him, these new Peters, new Catharines.
HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH II. OF PRUSSIA, VOL. XXI. (OF XXI.)THOMAS CARLYLE
The girl had been well disposed, as the priest probably knew.
THE REIGN OF HENRY THE EIGHTH, VOLUME 1 (OF 3)JAMES ANTHONY FROUDE
I doubt anybody within the immediate sphere of the Duke, but Wynford is well disposed, and the Archbishop has nearly given in.
THE GREVILLE MEMOIRSCHARLES C. F. GREVILLE
His ship might be wrecked, or he might fall into the hands of the French, who were not at all well disposed toward the match.
QUEEN ELIZABETHJACOB ABBOTT
They led my husband to do the same, and he was only too well disposed for it.
LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF THE GREAT, VOL. 13ELBERT HUBBARD
Many of those who are well disposed towards us dare not join us now.
THREE YEARS' WARCHRISTIAAN RUDOLF DE WET
She was equally anxious, and as well disposed to acknowledge her anxiety.
THE DUKE'S CHILDRENANTHONY TROLLOPE
An incident took place during our stay at his house which will show how well disposed he was towards us.
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF SERGEANT WILLIAM LAWRENCEWILLIAM LAWRENCE