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A Portion of the Journal Kept by Thomas Raikes, Esq., from 1831 to 1847 - Page 263
by Thomas Raikes - 1857
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France since 1830

Thomas Raikes - 1841
...tomb. The following description of Talleyrand, when in England, appeared in the Morning Post:— " Talleyrand is certainly the most extraordinary being...stream of enormous volume, intermits and pauses at every sixth beat. This he constantly points out triumphantly as a rest of nature, giving him at once...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 16

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1858
...peering through shaggy eyebrows — his unearthly face, marked with deep stains, and covered in part by a shock of extraordinary hair, partly by his enormous...with a cynical expression no painting could render. His pulse, which rolls a stream of enormous volume, intermits and pauses at every sixth beat. This...
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Half-hours of translation, or Extracts from the best British and American ...

Alphonse Mariette - 1860
...extraordinary hair, partly by his enormous muslin cravat, which 8 supports a large protruding lip drawn over 9 his upper lip with a cynical expression no painting...Talleyrand's pulse, which rolls a stream of enormous volume, 10 intermits and pauses at every sixth beat. This he points out triumphantly 11 as a rest of nature,...
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Half-hours of translation, or Extracts from the best British and American ...

Alphonse Mariette - 1863
...extraordinary hair, partly by his enormous muslin cravat, which 9 supports a large protruding lip drawn over 10 his upper lip with a cynical expression no painting...silence, broken occasionally by the most sepulchral 11 guttural monosyllables. Talleyrand's pulse, which rolls a stream of enormous volume,12 intermits...
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Drafts on My Memory: Being Men I Have Known, Things I Have Seen ..., Volume 2

Lord William Pitt Lennox - 1866
...of the Prince which appeared in the columns of the Morning Post. " Talleyrand," says the writer, " was born lame, and his limbs are fastened to his trunk...his dead silence, broken occasionally by the most sepulehral guttural monosyllables. Talleyrand's pulse, which rolls a stream of enormous volume, intermits...
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Personal Reminiscences

Richard Henry Stoddard - 1875 - 339 pages
...of those who see him for the first time — an awe pot diminished by the look of his piercing gray eyes, peering through his shaggy eyebrows, his unearthly...stream of enormous volume, intermits and pauses at every sixth beat. This he constantly points out triumphantly as a rest of nature, giving him at once...
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Rambles in Books

Charles Francis Blackburn - Best books - 1893 - 144 pages
...marked with deep stains, covered partly by his shock of extraordinary hair, partly by his enormous cravat, which supports a large protruding lip drawn...stream of enormous volume, intermits and pauses at every sixth beat. This he constantly points out triumphantly as a rest of nature, giving him at once...
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Rambles in Books

Charles Francis Blackburn - Best books - 1893 - 144 pages
...marked with deep stains, covered partly by his shock of extraordinary hair, partly by his enormous cravat, which supports a large protruding lip drawn...his upper lip, with a cynical expression no painting oould render; add to this apparatus of terror, his dead silence, broken occasionally by the most sepulchral...
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Half-hours of French Translation

Alphonse Mariette - 1894
...extraordinary hair, partly by his enormous muslin cravat, which9 supports a large protruding lip drawn over10 his upper lip with a cynical Expression no painting...his dead silence, broken occasionally by the most sepulchral11 guttural monosyllables. Talleyrand's pulse, which rolls a stream of enormous volume,12...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 16

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1858
...part by a shock of extraordinary hair, partly by his enormous muslin cravat,' which supports a largo protruding lip, drawn over his upper lip with a cynical expression no painting could render. His pulse, which rolls a stream of enormous volume, intermits and pauses at every sixth beat. This...
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