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" EDINBURGH, the \st of June, I may say the first of Summer, 1734. MY DEAR, DEAR LADY SUFFOLK, — The pleasantest thing I have met with a great while was your letter yesterday noon. I devoured that instead of my dinner, and found it better support than... "
Traditions of Edinburgh - Page 293
by Robert Chambers - 1825
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Letters to and from Henrietta, Countess of Suffolk, and Her Second ..., Volume 2

Henrietta Hobart Howard Countess of Suffolk - Great Britain - 1824
...QUEENSBERRY TO LADY SUFFOLK. [Vol. ip 352, An answer to a letter which does not appear.] Edinburgh, the 1st of June, I may say the first of summer, 1734. MY DEAR,...with a great while was your letter yesterday noon. I Sudbrook, near Petersham. His grace however lived ten years longer. devoured that instead of my...
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Letters to and from Henrietta, Countess of Suffolk, and Her Second ..., Volume 2

Henrietta Hobart Howard Countess of Suffolk - 1824
...a letter which does not appear.] Edinburgh, the 1st of June, I may say the first of summer, 1 734. MY DEAR, DEAR LADY SUFFOLK, THE pleasantest thing...with a great while was your letter yesterday noon. I Sudbrook, near Petersham. His grace however lived ten years longer. 8 See vol. ii. page 62. devoured...
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'Old Q': A Memoir of William Douglas, Fourth Duke of Queensberry, K.T., One ...

John Robert Robinson - 1895 - 362 pages
...thought plain paper. CQ 1 A nickname given to Colonel Henry Disney. APPENDIX BB. EDINBURGH, the \st of June, I may say the first of Summer, 1734. MY DEAR,...the country. Apropos, you have half your wish : the cook maid is very dirty about herself; but she says it is her way ; she was never otherwise. I ought...
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'Old Q': A Memoir of William Douglas, Fourth Duke of Queensberry, K.T., One ...

John Robert Robinson - 1895 - 362 pages
...plain paper. CQ APPENDIX BB. EDIXBUROH, the \at of June, I may say the first of Summer, 1734. MY DEAH, DEAR LADY SUFFOLK, — The pleasantest thing I have...the country. Apropos, you have half your wish : the cook maid is very dirty about herself: but she says it is her way ; she was never otherwise. I ought...
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Wits, Beaux, and Beauties of the Georgian Era

John Fyvie - Great Britain - 1909 - 359 pages
...of Queensberry (Gay's Duchess) writes in a similar strain, about the same date, from Edinburgh — " My dear, dear Lady Suffolk, — the pleasantest thing...better support than all the Scotch beef in the country. . . . O had I wings like a dove, for then would I fly away to Marble Hill and be at rest." Gay makes...
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