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" I never saw such a horrid countenance. He sat on a chair opposite to my sofa, and on the little table between us there was a cup of coffee. His physiognomy made such an unfavourable impression upon me, that I thought his looks had poisoned it, and I ordered... "
History of the Captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena: From the Letters and ... - Página 146
de William Forsyth, Sir Hudson Lowe - 1853
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 74

1853
...one of these interviews, he said, " I never saw such a horrid countenance. He (Sir H. Lowe) sat in a chair opposite to my sofa, and on the little table between us was a cup of coffee. His physiognomy made such an unfavourable impression on me that I thought his...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volumen 18

1822
...favoured and so forbidding a countenance. Of his second interview he gave the following account. " I never saw such a horrid countenance. He sat on a...was a cup of coffee. His physiognomy made such an unfavourable impression upon me, that I thought his looks had poisoned it, and I ordered Marchand to...
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The Literary melange; or, Weekly register of literature and the arts

1822
...place. Tin he repeated twice,; and so earnest was lie to gain his object, that although I gave him a most decided refusal, when he was going out he turned...proposed it. I never saw such a horrid countenance.— He not on a chair opposite to my sofa, and on the little table between us there was a <:up of coffee....
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Napoleon in Exile: Or, A Voice from St. Helena : the Opinions and ..., Volumen 1

Barry Edward O'Meara - 1822 - 511 páginas
...place. This he repeated twice ; and so earnest was he to gain his object, that although I gave him a most decided refusal, when he was going out he turned about and again proposed iti I never saw such a horrid countenance. He sat on a chair opposite to my sofa, and on the little...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1823
...place. This he repeated twice ; and so earnest was he to gain his object, that, although I gave him a most decided refusal, when he was going out, he turned...and on the little table between us there was a cup ofcoffee. His physiognomy made such an unfavourable impression upon me, that I thought his looks had...
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The Napoleon anecdotes: illustrating the mental energies of the ..., Volumen 3

William Henry Ireland - 1823
...place. This he repeated twice ; and so earnest was he to gain his object, that, although I gave him a most decided refusal; when he was going out, he turned about, and again proposed it. / never saw such a horrid countenance. He sat on a chair opposite to my sofa ; and on the little table...
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The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volumen 4

William Henry Ireland - 1828
...that, although I gave him a most decided refusal, on going out he turned and again proposed the same. I never saw such a horrid countenance. He sat on a...was a cup of coffee. His physiognomy made such an unfavourable impression upon me, that I thought his looks had poisoned it, and I ordered Marchand to...
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The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte, Volumen 3

William Hazlitt - 1847
...place. This he repeated twice, and so earnest was he to gain his object, that though I gave him a flat refusal, when he was going out he turned about and again proposed it." [This in an Italian would point to a doubtful conclusion : in an Englishman it was merely pertinacity...
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A voice from the tomb. A dialogue between Nelson and Wellington, overheard ...

1853
...Napoleon remarked " he eat on a chair opposite to my sofa, I never saw such an horrid countenance, on the little table between us there was a cup of coffee ; his physiognomy made such an unfavourable impression upon me, that I thought his look had poisoned it, and I ordered Marchand to...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 74

1853
...one of these interviews, he said, " I never saw such a horrid conntenance. He (Sir H. Lowe) sat in a chair opposite to my sofa, and on the little table between us was a cup of coffee. His physiognomy made such an unfavourable impression on me that I thought his...
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