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" Bristol, found him the most agreeable young man it is possible to imagine; without being the least handsome; his person little, but very well made and genteel; a liveliness in his eyes that is indescribable, and the most obliging address that can be conceived. "
The Official Baronage of England: Showing the Succession, Dignities, and ... - Page 452
by James William Edmund Doyle - 1886
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Memoirs of the Reign of George the Second, from His Accession to ..., Volume 1

John Hervey Baron Hervey - Great Britain - 1848
...graciously received and you, kindly inquired after. I introduced Lady Hervey to the Prince of Wales the most agreeable young man it is possible to imagine,...handsome ; his person little, but very well made, and genteel ; a liveliness in his eyes that is indescribable, and the most obliging address that can...
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Court Life Below Stairs: Or, London Under the First Georges, 1714-1760, Volume 2

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - Great Britain - 1882
...Bristol describes him, with that charming flattery which comes with wondrous ease to a courtier, as ' the most agreeable young man it is possible to imagine,...least handsome ; his person little, but very well made and genteel ; a loveliness in his eyes that is indescribable, and the most obliging address that can...
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Court Life Below Stairs: Or, London Under the First Georges, 1714-1760, Volume 2

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - Great Britain - 1882
...Bristol describes him, with that charming flattery which comes with wondrous ease to a courtier, as ' the most agreeable young man it is possible to imagine,...least handsome ; his person little, but very well made and genteel ; a loveliness in his eyes that is indescribable, and the most obliging address that can...
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Court life below stairs; or, London under the first (last) Georges

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - 1882
...Bristol describes him, with that charming flattery which comes with wondrous ease to a courtier, as ' the most agreeable young man it is possible to imagine,...least handsome ; his person little, but very well made and genteel ; a loveliness in his eyes that is indescribable, and the most obliging address that can...
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