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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, ed., with notes, by sir W. Scott

Anthony Hamilton - 1876
...became superior, or abbess, of the Canonesses in Lorraine. CHAPTER VII. THE Chevalier de Grammont, never satisfied in his amours, was fortunate without...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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Illustrious Irishwomen: Being Memoirs of Some of the Most Noted ..., Volumen 1

E. Owens Blackburne - 1877
...in all her movements, and she was the original after which all the ladies copied in their VOL. i. I taste and air of dress. Her forehead was open, white,...lively, and capable of expressing whatever she pleased." But it was not alone her beauty which made an impression upon the brilliant De Grammont. Perhaps he...
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Samuel Pepys and the World He Lived in

Henry Benjamin Wheatley - 1880 - 311 páginas
...exquisite portrait in words that, although well known, I venture to transfer it to my pages : — " Miss Hamilton was at the happy age when the charms...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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Samuel Pepys and the World He Lived in

Henry Benjamin Wheatley - 1880 - 311 páginas
...dress. Her forehead was open, white, and smooth ; her hair was well set, and fell with ease intovthat natural order which it is so difficult to imitate....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 Wits and Beaus of Society, Volumen 1

Mrs. A. T. Thomson, Philip Wharton - 1890
...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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Memoirs of the court of England during the reigns of the Stuarts, including ...

John Heneage Jesse - 1901
...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 that she was possessed of every other qualification. Her mind was a proper companion...
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Classic Memoirs

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon, Andrew Lang - 1901 - 437 páginas
...imitate. Her complexion was possessed of a certain freshness, not to be equalled by borrowed colors: her eyes were not large, but they were lively, and...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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Memoirs of Count Grammont, Volumen 1

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - 1903
...boast a nobler birth, nothing was more charming than her person. CHAPTER VII THE Chevalier de Grammont, never satisfied in his amours, was fortunate without...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 Count Gramont

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - 1906 - 376 páginas
...movements ; and she was the original after which all the ladies copied in their taste and air of dress.1 Her forehead was open, white, and smooth ; her hair...large, but they were lively, and capable of expressing 1 And arrangement of their hair (Vizetelly's translation). whatever she pleased : her mouth was full...
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Queens of Beauty and Their Romances, Volumen 1

Thormanby - 1907
...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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