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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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Highways and Byways in Middlesex

Walter Jerrold - 1909 - 400 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...

Wits, Beaux, and Beauties of the Georgian Era

John Fyvie - 1909 - 359 страници
...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." Yet when these same courtiers were away from court, they were like fish out of water. Sophia...

Twenty Years at Court: From the Correspondence of the Hon. Eleanor Stanley ...

Eleanor Julian Stanley Long (Hon.) - 1916 - 404 страници
...they must simper an hour and catch cold in the Princess's apartments ; from thence (as Shakespeare has it) to dinner, with what appetite they may, and, after that, till midnight, work, walk, or think, as they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales, with a mountain...

Lady Suffolk and Her Circle

Lewis Saul Benjamin - 1924 - 292 страници
...sweat of the day, they must simper an hour 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...

The Living Age ..., Том 164

1885
...from an uneasy hat . . . to simper an hour and catch cold in the Princess's apartment ; from thence to dinner ** with what appetite they may," — and...till midnight walk, work, or think — which they please.• No wonder he exclaims, his sympathy rising even to solemnity, "The life of a maid of honor...

New Monthly Magazine, Том 16

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1826
...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 —...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...

The Story of English Literature for Young Readers: Chaucer to Cowper

Lucy Cecil Lillie - 1878 - 350 страници
...fever . . . simper for 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, work or think as they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales, with a mountain or rookery, is more contemplative...




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