Said— in a sentence

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When my lady heard of the fate which had befallen poor Nancy, she said nothing so long as Tusher was by, but when he was gone, she took Harry Esmond’s hand and said— “Harry, I beg your pardon for those cruel words I used on the night you were taken ill.
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And my lady viscountess said— “ ‘Beatrix, this is Mr. Steele, gentleman-usher to the prince’s highness.
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On returning to his quarters, and consulting with his chief adviser, Mr. Esmond, who was now entirely in the general’s confidence, and treated by him as a friend, and almost a son, Mr. Webb writ a letter to his grace the commander-in-chief, in which he said:— Your grace must be aware that the sudden perusal of the _London Gazette_, in which your grace’s secretary, Mr. Cardonnel, hath mentioned Major-General Cadogan’s name, as the officer commanding in the late action of Wynendael, must have caused a feeling of anything but pleasure to the general who fought that action.
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When it came on, the following year, the judge rose and said,— “ ‘Gentlemen, did any of you dine with Lawyer Fawcett yesterday?
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He raised her gracefully enough, embraced her, and turning round to me, said,— “Harris, I am not well; pray get me a glass of brandy.
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Mr. Gabriel Parsons whistled until they had walked some quarter of a mile past his own gate, when he suddenly stopped, and said— ‘You are a clever fellow, Tottle, ain’t you?’ ‘I don’t know,’ said the unfortunate Watkins.
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Examples of Said—

Example #1
He describes himself, in one of his lyrics, “in a little Dutch chaise on a Saturday night; on his left hand his Horace, and a friend on his right,” going out of town from the Hague to pass that evening and the ensuing Sunday, boozing at a _Spielhaus_ with his companions, perhaps bobbing for perch in a Dutch canal, and noting down, in a strain and with a grace not unworthy of his Epicurean master, the charms of his idleness, his retreat, and his Batavian Chloe.
Example #2
I am shocked at the fate of the poor creature, and am sure that nothing had happened of that with which, in my anger, I charged you.
Example #3
At last the king gets up; the pool finishes; and everybody has their dismission.
Example #4
Lord Grantham strolls from one room to another (as Dryden says), like some discontented ghost that oft appears, and is forbid to speak; and stirs himself about as people stir a fire, not with any design, but in hopes to make it burn brisker.
Example #5
I received the news of Mr. Addison’s being declared Secretary of State with the less surprise, in that I knew that post was almost offered to him before.
Example #6
Your grace must be aware that Mr. Cadogan was not even present at the battle, though he arrived with squadrons of horse at its close, and put himself under the command of his superior officer.