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" L. walked with me three or four hours by moonlight, and we met no creature of any quality but the king... "
Mr. Pope's Literary Correspondence for Thirty Years; from 1704 to 1734 ... - Страница 101
по Alexander Pope - 1735 - 439 страници
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Famous Ladies of the English Court

Jerusha D. Richardson - 1899 - 467 страници
...day, they must simper an hour and catch cold, in the princess's apartment ; from thence (as Shakespear has it) to dinner, with what appetite they may —...that, till midnight, walk, work, or think, which they please. I can easily believe, no lone house in Wales with a mountain and a rookery is more contemplative...

Hampton Court: A Short History of the Royal Manor and Palace

Ernest Philip Alphonse Law - 1900 - 421 страници
...day, they must simper an hour and catch cold in the Princess's apartment ; from thence (as Shakespeare has it) to dinner, with what appetite they may ; —...that, till midnight, walk, work, or think, which they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales, with a mountain and a rookeiy, is more contemplative...

Caroline, the Illustrious Queen-Consort of George II. and Sometime ..., Том 1

William Henry Wilkins - 1901
...day, they must simper an hour, and catch cold in the Princess's apartment ; from thence (as Shakspeare has it), to dinner with what appetite they may, and...that, till midnight, walk, work or think, which they please." Richmond boasted of springs of water which were supposed to have health-giving properties....

Memoirs of the court of England during the reigns of William and Mary, Queen ...

John Heneage Jesse - 1901
...they must simper an hour, and catch cold in the princess's apartment ; from thence (as Shakespeare has it) to dinner, with what appetite they may, and after that, till midnight, work, walk, or think, which they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales, with a mountain...

Memoirs of the Court of England: During the Reigns of William and ..., Том 3

John Heneage Jesse - 1901
...day, they must simper an hour, and catch cold in the princess's apartment; from thence (as Shakespeare has it) to dinner, with what appetite they may, and after that, till midnight, work, walk, or think, which they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales, with a mountain...

The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray, Том 23

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1885
...heat of the day, they must simper an hour and catch cold in the Princess's apartment ; from thence to dinner with what appetite they may ; and after that till midnight, work, walk, or think which way they please. No lone house in Wales, with a mountain and rookery, is...

Three Generations of Fascinating Women: And Other Sketches from Family History

Lady Constance Charlotte Elisa Lennox Russell - 1905 - 354 страници
...then they must simper an hour, and catch cold in the Princess's apartments, from there, as Shakespeare has it, to dinner with what appetite they may, and after that till midnight, work, walk, and think, which they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales with a mountain...

Three Generations of Fascinating Women: And Other Sketches from Family History

Lady Russell - 1905 - 354 страници
...then they must simper an hour, and catch cold in the Princess's apartments, from there, as Shakespeare has it, to dinner with what appetite they may, and after that till midnight, work, walk, and think, which they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales with a mountain...

Catherine, Lovel the Widower, Etc., Etc

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1906 - 618 страници
...the heat of the day, they must simper ah hour and catch cold in the Princess's apartment; from thence to dinner with what appetite they may; and after that till midnight, work, walk, or think which way they please. No lone house in Wales, with a mountain and rookery, is...

Queens of Beauty and Their Romances, Том 1

Thormanby - 1907
...they must simper an hour, and catch cold in the Princess's apartment : from thence (as Shakespeare has it) to dinner with what appetite they may — and after that, till midnight, walk, talk, work, or think, which they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales, with a mountain...




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