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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 1

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - 1908
...were fixed upon her ; and from this time he no longer resented Mrs. Middleton's conduct. Miss i. 113 I Hamilton was at the happy age when the charms of the...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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Woman Through the Ages, Volumen 2

Emil Reich - 1908
...Ibid., November, 1666. original after which all the ladies copied in their taste and air of dress. . . . Her complexion was possessed of a certain freshness...full of graces and her contour uncommonly perfect. . . . Her mind was a proper companion for such a form : . . . her sentiments were always noble, and...
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles II

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - 1910 - 381 páginas
...equalled by borrowed colours : her eyes were 'And arrangement of their hair (Vizetelly's translation). 126 not large, but they were lively, and capable of expressing...dispersed over her whole person, made the Chevalier de Gramont not doubt but that she was possessed of every other qualification. Her mind was a proper companion...
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The Windsor Beauties: Ladies of the Court of Charles II

Lewis Melville - 2005 - 248 páginas
...all her movements; and she was the original after which all the ladies copied in their taste and aim of dress. Her forehead was open, white, and smooth;...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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University Library of Autobiography, Including All the Great ..., Volumen 5

1918
...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...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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