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" I plainly told her, but she said the King would have it so, and there was no going back. "
A Memoir of Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland - Página 240
de George Steinman Steinman - 1871 - 256 páginas
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Some account of the life of Rachael Wriothesley Lady Russell,

Lady Rachel Russell, George Savile Halifax (Marquis of), Dorothy Sidney Sunderland (Countess of), Lord William Russell, Mary Berry - 1819 - 387 páginas
...privately invited by my Lady her " mother to be present. I confess I could give her little joy, " and so I plainly told her; but she said the King would " have it so, and there was no going back. This sweetest, " hopefullest, most beautiful child, was sacrificed to a boy " that had been rudely...
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Some Account of the Life of Rachael Wriothesley, Lady Russell

Lady Rachel Russell, Dorothy Sidney Countess of Sunderland - 1819 - 387 páginas
...privately invited by my Lady her " mother to be present. I confess I could give her little joy, " and so I plainly told her; but she said the King would " have it so, and there was no going back. This sweetest, " hopefullest, most beautiful child, was sacrificed to a boy " that had been rudely...
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Some account of the life of Rachael Wriothesley, lady Russell

Lady Rachel Russell, Dorothy Sidney Sunderland (Countess of), Mary Berry - 1819 - 150 páginas
...your being at poor Southampton-house again, in the arms of your R. RUSSELL. For the Lord Russell. " told her ; but she said the King would have it so, and there was no going back. This " sweetest, hopefullest, most beautiful child, was sacrificed to a boy that had been rudely "...
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The Diary of Henry Teonge, Chaplain on Board His Majesty's Ships Assistance ...

Henry Teonge - 1825 - 327 páginas
...former occasion, Evelyn says, " This sweetest, hopefullest, and most beautiful child, and most vertuous too, was sacrificed to a boy that had been rudely bred, without any thing to encourage them but his Majesty's pleasure;" and upon the remarriage, Evelyn, who was present...
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Memoirs of John Evelyn ...: Comprising His Diary, from 1641-1705 ..., Volumen 3

John Evelyn - 1827
...invited by my Lady, her mother, to be present. I confesse I could give her little joy, and so I plainely told her, but she said the King would have it so, and there was no going back. This sweetest, hopefullest, most beautifull child, and most vertuous too, was sacrific'd to a boy that...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1828
...privately invited by my Lady her mother to be present. I confess I could give her little joy, and so I plainly told her; but she said the King would have it so, and there was no going back. * * * * I staid supper, where his Majesty sat between the Duchess of Cleveland (mother of the Duke...
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A comparative view of the social life of England and France: from the ...

Mary Berry - 1828 - 462 páginas
...invited by " my Lady her mother to be present. I " confess I could give her little joy, and so " I plainly told her ; but she said the King " would have it so, and there was no going " back. * * * * I staid supper, where his " Majesty sat between the Duchess of Cleve" land (mother of the Duke...
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Peerage for the People

William Carpenter - 1837 - 804 páginas
...did, that, at five years old, the poor infant was led to the altar, and, in the words of Evelyn, " This sweetest, hopefullest, most beautiful child,...anything to encourage them but his Majesty's pleasure." Having thus provided for his issue, the King created the married pair DCKE and DUCHESS OF BUCCLEUGH,...
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Memoirs of the Beauties of the Court of Charles the Second: With ..., Volumen 1

Mrs. Jameson (Anna) - 1838 - 21 páginas
...her husband sixteen. " I confess," says Evelyn, "I could give my Lady Arlington little joy, and so I plainly told her; but she said the King would have...and most virtuous too, was sacrificed to a boy that has been rudely bred, without any thing to encourage them but his majesty's pleasure. I pray God the...
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The Life, Journals, and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F.R ..., Volumen 2

Samuel Pepys - 1841
...was privately invited to be present, by my lady, her mother. I confess, I could give her little joy, but she said the King would have it so, and there was no going back. " This sweetest, hopefullest, most beautiful child, and most virtuous too, was sacrificed to a boy...
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