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Bladen is a village in Webster County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 237 at the 2010 census.

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Google previewNichol's Library Edition of the British Poets (1863)

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight, cashier of the South Sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742). These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewThe Poetical Works of Alexander Pope (1856)

by Alexander Pope

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight, cashier of the South Sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742). These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewTHE WORKS OF Alexander Pope Esq (1751)

VOLUME V. CONTAINING THE DUNCIAD IN FOUR BOOKS by Alexander Pope

Bladen is a black man. RoBeRT KNIGHT Cashier of the South-fea Company, who fled from England in 172o (afterwards pardoned in 1742.)–These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open Tables frequented by persons of ...

Google previewThe poetical works of Alexander Pope. With memoir, critical diss., and explanatory notes. The text ed. by C.C. Clarke (1872)

by Alexander Pope

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight, cashier of the South Sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742). These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewThe Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Esq (1825)

In Two Volumes

Bladen is a hlack man. Rohert Knight, cashier of the South-Sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742l. These lired wlUi the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tahles frequented hy persons of the ...

Google previewThe works of the English poets, from Chaucer to Cowper (1810)

including the series edited with prefaces, biographical and critical by Samuel Johnson

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight, cashier of the South-Sea company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742). — These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewThe works of Alexander Pope. With a selection of explanatory notes, and the account of his life by dr. Johnson (1812)

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight, cashier of the South-Sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742.) — These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept ope.j tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewPoetical Works (1822)

by Alexander Pope

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight, cashier of the South-Sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742).—These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewThe Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Broome, Pope, Pitt, Thomson (1810)

by Samuel Johnson

Bladen is a blnck man. Robert Knight, cashier of the Sontli- - .1 company, who tted from England in 17'2() (afterwards pardoned in 1742). — These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewThe Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose (1806)

Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton by Alexander Pope, William Lisle Bowles, William Warburton, Joseph Warton

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight Cashier of the South-Sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1 742.) — These lived with the utmost magnisicence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of ...

Google previewThe Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: Dunciad (1797)

Bladen is a black man. Robert KNIGHT Cashier of the South-sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742.)—These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewBroome, Pope, Pitt, Thomson (1810)

by Alexander Chalmers

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight, cashier of the South-Sea company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742).- These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewThe Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. in Six Volumes Complete: The dunciad, in four books (1787)

by Alexander Pope

Bladen is a black man. Rob ERT KNight Cashier of the South sea Company, who fled from England in 1720, (afterwards pardoned in 1742-)- These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open Tables frequented by persons of ...

Google previewThe British satirist (1831)

...the best satires of the most celebrated poets from Pope to Byron

Bladen, Ac. The former note of'' Bladen is a black man," is very absurd. The manuscript here is partly obliterated, and doubtless eould only have been, Wash black- moors white, alluding to a known proverb. t Some deep fiee-masons, join the ...

Google previewThe Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., to which is Prefixed the Life of the Author (1836)

by Alexander Pope

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight, Cashier of the South-Sea Company, who fled from England in 1720, (afterwards pardoned in 1742) These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewThe Works of Alexander Pope (1824)

Esq. with Notes and Illustrations by Himself and Others. To which are Added, a New Life of the Author, an Estimate of His Poetical Character and Writings, and Occasional Remarks by Alexander Pope, William Roscoe

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight, Cashier of the South-Sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742.) — These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables, frequented by persons of ...

Google previewThe Works of ... (1882)

by Alexander Pope

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight, cashier of the South Sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742). These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewThe Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. ...: Juvenile poems (1751)

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight Cashier of the South-sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742.) — These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris , and kept open Tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewPoems (1963)

by Alexander Pope, John Butt

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight Cashier of the South-sea Company, who fled from England in 1720, (afterwards pardoned in 1742.) — These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open Tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewThe Works of Alexander Pope: Miscellaneous pieces in verse and prose (1757)

by Alexander Pope

Bladen is a black man. Rob ERT KNIGHT Cashier of the Southsea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742.)—These lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open Tables frequented by persons of ...

Google previewThe Dunciad (1797)

by Alexander Pope

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight Cashier of the South-sea Company, who fled from England in 1720 (afterwards pardoned in 1742.) — These lived with the utmost magnisicence at Paris, and kept open tables frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewA Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain (1794)

Containing Pope, Gay, Pattison, Hammond, Savage, Hill, Tickell, Somervile, Broome, Pitt & Blair

Bladen is a black man. Robert Knight, cashier of the South Sea Company, who sted from England in 172e (afterwards pardoued in 1742). — Thefe lived with the utmost magnificence at Paris, and kept open tables, frequented by persons of the ...

Google previewThe King in Yellow

Bladen does . Paris is an awful place for young gentlemen, and Mr. Bladen is a horrid cynic.

Google previewBiographical and Historical Memoirs of Adams, Clay, Hall and Hamilton Counties, Nebraska, Comprising a Condensed History of the State (1890)

A Number of Biographies of Distinguished Citizens of the Same, a Brief Descriptive History of Each of the Counties Mentioned, and Numerous Biographical Sketches of the Citizens of Such Counties ...

Bladen is a village on the Nebraska & Colorado Railroad, eight miles ...

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