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" The Queen of Prussia is really a charming woman. She Is fond of coquetting with me ; but do not be jealous : I am like oilcloth, along which everything of this sort slides without penetrating. It would cost me too dear to play the gallant. "
Mémorial de Sainte Hélène: journal of the private life and conversations of ... - Page 49
by Emmanuel-Auguste-Dieudonné comte de Las Cases - 1823
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The Napoleon anecdotes: illustrating the mental energies of the ..., Volume 3

William Henry Ireland - 1823
...emperor's hand-writing, at the time of the treaty of Tilsit. It contained the following words: — " The Queen of Prussia is really a charming woman. She is fond of coqueting with me; but do not be jealous: I am like a cerecloth, along which every ihing of this sort...
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The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume 3

Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne - 1831
...that, at the time of the treaty of Tilsit, Napoleon wrote to the Empress Josephine as follows : " ' The Queen of Prussia is really a charming woman. She...but do not be jealous : I am like a cerecloth, along stein, during his residence at Hamburg. Without having any apparent mission, lie nevertheless enjoyed...
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Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume 3

Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne - 1836
...that, at the time of the treaty of Tilsit, Napoleon wrote to the Empress Josephine as follows : " ' The Queen of Prussia is really a charming woman. She...coquetting with me; but do not be jealous : I am like a searcloth, along which every thing of this sort slides, without penetrating. It would cost me too dear...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 40

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1854
...who offer, and vour majesty has only the task of accepting." In a letter to Josephine, he writes : " The queen of Prussia is really a charming woman ;...fond of coquetting with me ; but do not be jealous, for I am like cerecloth, off which everything slides. It would cost me too dear to play the gallant...
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Chambers's Repository of Instructive and Amusing Tracts, Volume 4

1854
...who offer, and your majesty has only the task of accepting.' In a letter to Josephine, he writes : ' The queen of Prussia is really a charming woman ;...fond of coquetting with me ; but do not be jealous, for I am like cerecloth, off which, everything slides. It would cost me too dear to play the gallant...
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Memoirs of the Life, Exile, and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon, Volume 1

Emmanuel-Auguste-Dieudonné comte de Las Cases - Biography & Autobiography - 1855
...publish the bulletin." I was again favoured with the sight of a note in the Emperor's hand- writing, at the time of the treaty of Tilsit. It contained...charming woman. She is fond of coquetting with me ; hut do not be jealous : I am like a cerecloth, along which every thing of this sort slides, without...
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Entertaining biography, from Chamber's repository

W. & R. Chambers Ltd - 1855
...who offer, and your majesty has only the task of accepting.' In a letter to Josephine, he writes : ' The queen of Prussia is really a charming woman ;...fond of coquetting with me ; but do not be jealous, for I am like cerecloth, off which everything slides. It would cost me too dear to play the gallant...
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The life of Napoleon Bonaparte

John Stevens Cabot Abbott - 1860 - 606 pages
...fine woman and gallantry are not to bo weighed against affairs of state." Ho wrote to Josephine : " The Queen of Prussia is really a charming woman. She...not be jealous. I am like a cerecloth, along which everything of this sort slides without penetrating. It would cost mo too dear to play the gallant."...
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The Life and Times of Louisa, Queen of Prussia: With an ..., Volume 2

Elizabeth Harriot Hudson - 1874
...long monologue. He could not bear to be contradicted, and * Napoleon, writing to Josephine, said, ' The Queen of Prussia is really a charming woman ;...coquetting with me ; but do not be jealous. I am like sere cloth, along which everything of this sort slides without penetrating. It would cost me too much...
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