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" Mrs. Fitzherbert never retired to rest till her Royal spouse came home. But I have heard the late Duke of York say, that often when she heard the Prince and his drunken companions on the staircase, she would seek a refuge from their presence even under... "
A Portion of the Journal Kept by Thomas Raikes, Esq., from 1831 to 1847 - Page 147
by Thomas Raikes - 1857
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A Portion of the Journal Kept by Thomas Raikes, Esq., from 1831 to ..., Volume 3

Thomas Raikes - Great Britain - 1857
...landing-place by his patient, who seized him violently, and hurled him over the balusters of a well- staircase on the stone floor below, when his skull was so severely...of Brunswick, she separated upon a maintenance of 10,000Z. per annum. On the accession of William IV. that allowance was reduced to 6,000Z. per annum...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 55

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1857
...could number even at that period. He was young, impetuous, and boisterous in his character, and ven' much addicted to the pleasures of the table. It was...the trembling victim from her place of concealment. * * General Scott was by profession a gambler. He lived by rule to keep his head cool and obtain at...
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Personal Reminiscences

Richard Henry Stoddard - 1875 - 339 pages
...and universal dominion, and that man, " Cest mot!" MRS. FlTZHERBERT. Friday, ^1st March, 1837. — I received a letter from Yarmouth, who is in London,...of Brunswick, she separated upon a maintenance of 1o,0oo/. per annum. On the accession of William IV., that allowance was reduced to 6,0oo/. per annum...
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The life of George the fourth, Volume 1

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - England - 1881 - 460 pages
...that often when she heard the Prince and his drunken companions • " Diary of Lord Colchester," i. 6& on the staircase, she would seek a refuge from their...trembling victim from her place of concealment."* She was, unhappily, to furnish one more instance of the experience that those, who voluntarily place...
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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
...when the Prince, finding the drawing-room deserted, would draw his sword in joke, and searching almut the room, would at last draw forth the trembling victim from her place of concealment."* She was, unhappily, to furnish one more instance of the experience that those who voluntarily place...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 50

Nineteenth century - 1901
...Prince, finding the drawing-rooni deserted, would draw his sword in joke, and, searching about tho room, would at last draw forth the trembling victim from her place of concealment.4 One of the most unaccountable features in the whole story is the kind and respectful...
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Mrs. Fitzherbert and George IV, Volume 1

William Henry Wilkins - Biography & Autobiography - 1905 - 476 pages
...staircase, she would seek a refuge from their presence even under the sofa when the Prince, r1nding the drawing-room deserted, would draw his sword in...the trembling victim from her place of concealment." 1 Apart from the Prince's extravagances, Mrs. Fitzherbert had troubles and anxieties of her own. Some...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 50

Nineteenth century - 1901
...the Prince and his drunken companions on the staircase, she would seek a refuge from their presence under the sofa, when the Prince, finding the drawing-room...draw forth the trembling victim from her place of concealment.4 One of the most unaccountable features in the whole story is the kind and respectful...
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