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" Lord Harcourt, speaking of the lady from whose house he was just come, said, " Mrs. Vesey is vastly agreeable, but her fear of ceremony is really troublesome ; for her eagerness to break a circle is such, that she insists upon everybody's •sitting with... "
Diary and Letters - Página 170
de Fanny Burney - 1842
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Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay ...

Fanny Burney - 1842
...I should be sure to find you." And then he added some very fine compliment, but I have forgot it. " Oh, my lord," cried she, " you have the most discernment...room." "Oh, I like the notion of all things," cried MrsCholmondeley, " I shall certainly adopt it !" And then she drew her chair into the middle of our...
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Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay, Volumen 1

Fanny Burney - 1842
...really troublesome ; for her eagerness to break a circle is such, that she insists upon every body's sitting with their backs one to another; that is,...cutting up one another, even in the same room." " Oh, 1 like the notion of all things," cried Mrs. Cholmondeley, " I shall certainly adopt it !" And then...
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Boswell's Life of Johnson: Life (v.l, 1709-1765; v.2 1765-1776; v.3, 1776 ...

James Boswell - 1887
...The hostess must have suffered, for, according to Miss Burney, ' Lord Harcourt said, " Mrs. Vesey's fear of ceremony is really troublesome ; for her eagerness...together, in a confused manner all over the room.'" Mme. D'Arblay's Diary, \. 184. Miss Bumey thus describes her : — ' She has the most wrinkled, sallow,...
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Boswell's Life of Johnson: Life

James Boswell - 1887
...The hostess must have suffered, for, according to Miss Burney, ' Lord Harcourt said, " Mrs. Vesey's fear of ceremony is really troublesome ; for her eagerness...together, in a confused manner all over the room." ' Mme. D'Arblay's Diary, i. 184. Miss Burney thus describes her : — ' She has the most wrinkled,...
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The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay (Frances Burney)

Fanny Burney - 1890
...Mrs. Cholmondeley, speaking of the lady from whose house he was just come, he said, " Mrs. Vesey 3 is vastly agreeable, but her fear of ceremony is really...cried Mrs. Cholmondeley, " I shall certainly adopt it ! " 1 Miss Hannah More, the authoress. — ED. 2 Hannah More gave Dr. Johnson, when she was first introduced...
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Johnsonian Miscellanies, Volumen 2

George Birkbeck Norman Hill - 1897
...More's Bos Bleu is addressed to her. 3 According to M iss Burney, ' Lord Harcourt said, " Mrs. Vesey's fear of ceremony is really troublesome ; for her eagerness...together in a confused manner all over the room." ' Mme. D'Arblay's Diary, i. 184. 4 Life, iii. 425, ». 3. Now and then perhaps Mrs. Vesey might call...
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A later Pepys: the correspondence of Sir William Weller Pepys ..., Volumen 1

Alice Cecilia Caroline Gaussen - 1904
...so great, that she insisted upon everybody sitting with their backs to each other, the chairs being drawn into little parties of three together, in a confused manner all over the room, so that those who occupied them saw no more of their neighbours than of those in the next room, except...
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A later Pepys: the correspondence of Sir William Weller Pepys, bart., master ...

Alice Cecilia Caroline Gaussen, Sir William Weller Pepys - 1904
...so great, that she insisted upon everybody sitting with their backs to each other, the chairs being drawn into little parties of three together, in a confused manner all over the room, so that those -who occupied them saw no more of their neighbours than of those in the next room, except...
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A woman of wit and wisdom: a memoir of Elizabeth Carter, one of the 'Basbleu ...

Alice Cecilia Caroline Gaussen - 1906 - 263 páginas
...and eagerness to break a circle, she insisted upon everybody sitting back to back, the chairs being drawn into little parties of three together in a confused manner, all over the room, so that the occupants could not catch sight of their neighbours except by twisting their necks. But...
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Famous Blue-stockings

Ethel Rolt Wheeler - 1910 - 352 páginas
...troublesome ; for her eagerness to break a circle is such, that she insists upon everybody's sitting with backs one to another ; that is, the chairs are drawn...together, in a confused manner, all over the room. . .' " Oh, I like the notion of all things,' cried Mrs Cholmondeley, ' I shall certainly adopt it !...
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