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" never had any friends : he selected his confidants from his minions. MacMahon was an Irishman of obsequious manners ; he was a little man, his face red, covered with pimples, always dressed in the blue and buff uniform, with his hat on one side, copying... "
A Portion of the Journal Kept by Thomas Raikes, Esq., from 1831 to 1847 - Page 55
by Thomas Raikes - 1857
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Personal Reminiscences

Ellis Cornelia Knight, Thomas Raikes - Great Britain - 1876 - 339 pages
...his confidants from his minions. Macmahon was an Irishman of low birth and obsequious man20 ncrs ; he was a little man, his face red, covered with pimples,...court to his musical talents ; he was a lieutenant in tht artillery, and by chance quartered with his regiment at Brighton. The Prince, who was always fond...
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The Life of George the Fourth: Including His Letters and Opinions ..., Volume 2

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - Great Britain - 1881 - 452 pages
..." never had any friends : he selected his confidants from his minions. MacMahon was an Irishman of obsequious manners ; he was a little man, his face...commissions, which in those days were somewhat complicated." While a third spectator thus oddly draws him : " In person he was small, and devoid of beauty. His...
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The Life of George the Fourth: Including His Letters and Opinions ..., Volume 1

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - Great Britain - 1881 - 921 pages
...little man, his face red, covered with pimples, always dressed in the blue and buff uniform, with Ms hat on one side, copying the air of his master, to...commissions, which in those days were somewhat complicated." While a third spectator thus oddly draws him: "In person he was small, and devoid of beauty. His face,...
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Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin: Comprising the Celebrated Political and ...

Anti-Jacobin - English poetry - 1890 - 341 pages
...little man, bis face red, coveted with pimples ; always dressed iu the blue and buff uniform, with bis hat on one side, copying the air of his master, to...commissions, which in those days were somewhat complicated." He was private secretary and keeper of the privy purse to King George IV. when Prince Regent, was sworn...
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Beau Brummell and His Times

Roger Boutet de Monvel, Mary Craven - Dandies - 1908 - 199 pages
...disgrace, MacMahon was one of the Regent's favourites. "An Irishman of low birth and obsequious manner, he was a little man, his face red, covered with pimples,...commissions which in those days were somewhat complicated." (Cornelia Knight and Thomas Raikes, Personal Reminiscences, p. 305.) 130 gaining the laughter on his...
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The Beaux of the Regency, Volume 1

Lewis Saul Benjamin - Great Britain - 1908
...word for McMahon. According to Bailees, he was " an Irishman of low birth and obsequious manners ; a little man, his face red, covered with pimples,...air of his master, to whom he was a prodigious foil, ready to execute any commission, which in those days were somewhat complicated." l What those complicated...
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the month and catholic review

The Month and Catholic review - 1881
...says, never had any friends : he selected his confidants from his minions. M'Mahon was an Irishman of obsequious manners ; he was a little man, his face...commissions, which in those days were somewhat complicated." While a third spectator thus oddly draws him : "In person he was small, and devoid of beauty. His face,...
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