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" Hamilton was at the happy age when the charms of the fair sex begin to bloom ; she had the finest shape, the loveliest neck, and most beautiful arms in the world ; she was majestic and graceful in all her movements ; and she was the original after which... "
Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second - Página 123
de Anthony Hamilton (Count) - 1846 - 546 páginas
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Memoirs of Count Grammont, Volumen 2

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - 1809
...all the ladies copied in Miss , LATOY Pub.July.l l3oS . by John 'Whitt.TUc.tS* & John Scott Strand. their taste and air of dress. Her forehead was open,...dispersed over her whole person, made the Chevalier de Grammont not doubt, but that she was possessed of every other qualification. Her mind was a proper...
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Memoirs of the Court of England During the Reign of the Stuarts ..., Volumen 4

John Heneage Jesse - 1840
...beautiful arms in the world : she was majestic and graceful in all her movements ; and she was the original which all the ladies copied in their taste and air...dispersed over her whole person, made the Chevalier de Grammont not doubt but that she was possessed of every other qualification. Her mind was a proper companion...
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The Patrician, Volumen 1

John Burke, Sir Bernard Burke - 1846
...likewise. It had so happened, that of all the beautiful women at court, this was the lady whom he had last seen, and whom he had heard most commended : this,...dispersed over her whole person, made the Chevalier de Grammont not doubt, but that she was possessed of every other qualification. Her mind was a proper...
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second

Anthony Hamilton (Count), Charles II (King of England), Thomas Blount - 1853 - 546 páginas
...possessed of a certain freshness, not to be equalled by borrowed colours : her eyes were not large, bat they were lively, and capable of expressing whatever...her carriage, and the numberless graces dispersed orer her whole person, made the Chevalier de Grammont not doubt, but that she was possessed of every...
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The wits and beaux of society, by Grace and Philip Wharton

Katherine Thomson, John Cockburn Thomson - 1860
...the world ; she was majestic and graceful in all her move88 DE GRAMMOHT'e DESCRIPTION OF HER. ments ; and she was the original after which all the ladies...and capable of expressing whatever she pleased.'* So far for her person ; but De Grammont was, it seems, weary of mere external charms : it was the intellectual...
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Crosthwaite's Register of facts and occurrences relating to literature, the ...

Crosthwaite and co - 1860
...hair was well set, and fell with ease into that natural order which it is so difficult to ;*"iW? H complexion was possessed of a certain freshness not...lively, and capable of expressing whatever she pleased." At length Do Grammont was recalled to Paris. He quitted London, and was pursued by the brothers of...
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The wits and beaux of society, by Grace and Philip Wharton

Katherine Thomson, John Cockburn Thomson - 1861
...Hamilton,' he himself tells us, ' was at the happy age when the charms of the fair sex begin to bloom j she had the finest shape, the loveliest neck, and...and capable of expressing whatever she pleased.'* So far for her person ; but De Grammont was, it seems, weary of mere external charms : it was the intellectual...
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THE WITS AND BEAUX OF SOCIETY

GRACE AND PHILIP WHARTON - 1861
...imitate. Her complexion was possessed of a certain freshness, not to be equaled by borrowed colors ; her eyes were not large, but they were lively, and capable of expressing whatever she pleased.99* So far for her person ; but De Grammont was, it seems, weary of mere external charms :...
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Famous Beauties and Historic Women: A Gallery of Croquis ..., Volumen 1

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1865
...delineated every feature with rare sensibility and marvellous taste. . " Miss Hamilton," he says, " was at the happy age when the charms of the fair sex...perfect; nor was her nose, which was small, delicate, and retrousse', the least ornament of so lovely a face. . . . Her mind was a proper companion for such...
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The Wits and Beaux of Society

Mrs. A. T. Thomson, Philip Wharton - 1867 - 508 páginas
...said, that he 'had seen nothing at court till this instant.' ' Miss Hamilton,' he himself tells us, ' was at the happy age when the charms of the fair sex...lively, and capable of expressing whatever she pleased.' * So far for her person ; but De Grammont was, it seems, weary of external charms : it was the intellectual...
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