…sheriff, representing a borough in three successive parliaments, exertions of loyalty, and dignity of baronet, in the first year of Charles II, with all the Marys and Elizabeths they had married; forming altogether two handsome duodecimo pages, and concluding with the arms and motto:—"Principal seat, Kellynch Hall, in the county of Somerset," and Sir Walter’s handwriting again in this finale:— "Heir presumptive, William Walter Elliot, Esq., great grandson of the second Sir Walter."
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The finale of Beethoven’s ninth symphony is called Ode to Joy.
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