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" Lovat, as if by accident, to ascertain the truth of those rumours concerning her husband's conduct, which had reached her family. She was received by Lord Lovat with an extravagant affectation of welcome, and with many assurances of the happiness which... "
Cassell's Old and New Edinburgh: Its History, Its People, and Its Places
by James Grant - 1880
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Traditions of Edinburgh, Volume 1

Robert Chambers - 1825
...truth of those rumours concerning her husband's conduct, which had reached the ears of her family. She was received by Lord Lovat with an extravagant...the mistress of the house in which she was in fact a naked and half-starved prisoner. And such was the strict watch which he maintained, and the terror...
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Periodical Criticism, Volume 4

Walter Scott - 1835
...Lord Lovat with an extravagant affectation of welcome, and with many assurances of the happiness which his lady would receive from seeing her. The chief...mistress of the house, in which she was, in fact, a naked and half-starved prisoner. And such was the strict watch he maintained, and the terror his character...
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The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Periodical criticism

Sir Walter Scott - Authors - 1835
...Lord Lovat with an extravagant affectation of welcome, and with many assurances of the happiness which his lady would receive from seeing her. The chief...mistress of the house, in which she was, in fact, a naked and half-starved prisoner. And such was the strict watch he maintained, and the terror his character...
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott: Biographical memoirs of ...

Walter Scott - Demonology - 1838
...Lord Lovat with an extravagant affectation of welcome, and of many assurances of the happiness which his lady would receive from seeing her. The chief...mistress of the house, in which she was, in fact, a naked and half-starved prisoner. And such was the strict watch he maintained, and the terror his character...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1816
...Lord Lovat with an extravagant affectation of welcome, and with many assurances of the happiness which his lady would receive from seeing her. The chief...clothes, and even without sufficient nourishment- tie laid a dress before her becoming her rank, commanded her to put it on, to appear, and to receive...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays ...

Walter Scott - English literature - 1841
...Lord-Lovat with an extravagant affectation of welcome, and with many assurances of the happiness which his lady would receive from seeing her. The chief...mistress of the house, in which she was, in fact, a naked and half-starved prisoner. And such was the strict watch he maintained, and the terror his character...
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Traditions of Edinburgh

Robert Chambers - Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1847 - 348 pages
...truth of those rumours concerning her husband's conduct, which had reached the ears of her family. She was received by Lord Lovat with an extravagant...mistress of the house ; in which she was, in fact, a naked and half-starved prisoner. And such was the strict watch which he maintained, and the terror...
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The Highland clans. With A particular account of Rob Roy and the MacGregors

sir Walter Scott (bart [prose, two or more works]) - 1856
...Lord Lovat with an extravagant affectation of welcome, and with many assurances of the happiness which his lady would receive from seeing her. The chief...mistress of the house, in which she was, in fact, a naked and half-starved prisoner. And such was the strict watch he maintained, and the terror his character...
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History of the Frasers of Lovat. To which is added those of Dunballoch and ...

Alexander Mackenzie, Restoration - 1896 - 784 pages
...truth of these rumours concerning her husband's conduct, which had reached the ears of her family. She was received by Lord Lovat with an extravagant...rank, commanded her to put it on, to appear, and to * Traditions of Edinburgh, new edition, p. 256. receive her friend as if she were the mistress of the...
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Three Generations of Fascinating Women: And Other Sketches from Family History

Lady Constance Charlotte Elisa Lennox Russell, Lady Russell - England - 1905 - 354 pages
...Lord Lovat with an extravagant affectation of welcome and with many assurances of the happiness which his lady would receive from seeing her. The Chief...nourishment. He laid a dress before her becoming her rank, commanding her to put it on to appear, and to receive her friend, as if she were the mistress of the...
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