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" ... state in which ladies wish to be who love their lords." That island is called "Bounting," and, in carrying out the idea, the next is named "Pangail "
The autobiography of Jack Ketch - Page 95
by Charles Whitehead - 1835 - 281 pages
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Mrs. Jordan, Volume 2

James Boadan - Actors - 1800
...her Rosalind. "Of her figure it would be unjust at present to speak. She appears to be far advanced in that state in which ladies wish to be who love their lords. This was certainly a circumstance operating considerably to her disadvantage." I did not myself...
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Memoirs of the Life of Mrs. Sumbel, Late Wells: Of the Theatres-Royal, Drury ...

Mary Davies Wells, Mrs. Mary Davies Wells - Actors - 1811
...lady's merits; as from it she is accused of wanting charity anil feeling. Her mother, far advanced ' in that state in which ladies wish to be who love their lords,' while performing the part of Caliban in the Tempest, in a barn, was taken in travail, and delivered...
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Pen Owen, Volume 1

James Hook - 1822
...speculated upon. This was nothing less than a declaration on the part of Mrs. Amarantha Owen, that she was in that state in which " ladies wish to be who love their lords," and in which, it is supposed, they cannot be without them. Whether she wished it from the love...
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Sommerset House Gazette, and Literary Museum; Or: Weekly Miscellany of the ...

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1824
...this beautiful and unequalled production of musical genius. C'aradori, though a little too manifestly in that state in which " ladies wish to be who love their lords," sang the songs of Zerlinu, with much sweetness and simplicity, but owing no doubt to her illness,...
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The Newgate Calendar: Comprising Interesting Memoirs of the Most ..., Volume 3

Andrew Knapp, William Baldwin - Crime - 1825
...their counuhial felicity. They parted with every expression of affection on her part ; and, as she was in that state in which ' ladies wish to be who love their lunls,' she conjured him not to omit assuaging the privations of absence hy freqnent letters, which...
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The life and times of Frederick Reynolds, Volume 1

Frederick Reynolds - 1826
..."What right have you to complain? Inever was faithless to you, till I was honourably and lawfully ' in that state, in which ladies wish to be, who love their lords.'" Having asked, for whom this said lady always wore mourning, Mr. Grattan replied, " For her...
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The Life of Mrs. Jordan: Including Original Private Correspondence ..., Volume 2

James Boaden - Actors - 1831
...her Rosalind. " Of her figure it would be unjust at present to speak. She appears to be far advanced in that state in which ladies wish to be who love their lords. This was certainly a circumstance operating considerably to her disadvantage." I did not myself...
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The Life of Mrs. Jordan: Including Original Private Correspondence ..., Volume 2

James Boaden - Actors - 1831
...her Rosalind. " Of her figure it would be unjust at present to speak. She appears to be far advanced in that state in which ladies wish to be who love their lords. This was certainly a circumstance operating considerably to her disadvantage." I did not myself...
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The Autobiography of a Notorious Legal Functionary

Charles Whitehead - Law - 1838 - 358 pages
...has happened to-day. Will you be tny friend? " and he looked at me with fixed attention, and he leaned his hand, which shook violently, upon my shoulder....busy person made his appearance with a pen behind his ear, for he had been taking a private inventory of the goods above stairs. " Where is your wife ?"...
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The Analyst: A Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature, Natural History ...

Science - 1830
...marriage a circumstance which cannot be imputed to any infecundity in Anne, as she twice proved to be in that state " in which ladies wish to be who love their lords," within little more than two years after the period of her marriage. It, then, the solemnity...
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