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" Yet how, at such a time, prevail by persuasion ? " He moved me even to tears, by telling me that none of their own lives would be safe if the King did not recover, so prodigiously high ran the tide of affection and loyalty. All the physicians received... "
Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay, Author of Evelina Cecilia, &c: 1788-9 - Page 337
by Fanny Burney - 1842
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1788-89

Fanny Burney - 1854
...their proceedings. The Princess Royal and Lady Courtown attended her. It was a tragedy the most dismal! He moved me even to tears, by telling me that none...had furiously exclaimed " The more shame for you!" The Queen's knowledge of the King's aversion to >Kew made her consent to this measure with the extremest...
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Boswell's Life of Johnson: Life (v.l, 1709-1765; v.2 1765-1776; v.3, 1776 ...

James Boswell, Samuel Johnson - Authors, English - 1887
...received threatening letters daily, to answer for the safety of their monarch with their lives I Sir G. Baker had already been stopped in his carriage by...had furiously exclaimed, " The more shame for you." ' Mme. D'Arblay's Diary, iv. 336. Describing in 1789 a Royal tour in the West of England, she writes...
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Fanny Burney and her friends: Select passages from her diary and other writings

Fanny Burney, Leonard Benton Seeley - Great Britain - 1890 - 331 pages
...inclined to a more encouraging view. The proceedings of the 28th are entered in the Diary, as follows : " Sir Lucas made me a visit, and informed me of all...had furiously exclaimed, ' The more shame for you !' A Privy Council. 225 "After he left me, a Privy Council was held at the Castle, with the Prince...
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fanny burney and her friends

l.b. seeley - 1890
...inclined to a more encouraging view. The proceedings of the 28th are entered in the Diary, as follows: " Sir Lucas made me a visit, and informed me of all...they had furiously exclaimed, ' The more shame for vou 1" "After he left me, a Privy Council was held at the Castle, with the Prince of Wales; the Chancellor,...
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Fanny Burney and her friends: Select passages from her diary and other writings

Fanny Burney, Leonard Benton Seeley - Biography & Autobiography - 1890 - 331 pages
...inclined to a more encouraging view. The proceedings of the 28th are entered in the Diary, as follows : " Sir Lucas made me a visit, and informed me of all...carriage by the mob, to give an account of the King ; and vhen he said it was a bad one, they had furiously exlimed, ' The more shame for you !' "After he left...
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Fanny Burney and Her Friends: Select Passages from Her Diary and Other Writings

Fanny Burney - Novelists, English - 1890 - 331 pages
...and informed me of all the medical proceedings ; and told me, in confidence, we were to go to Kevv to-morrow, though the Queen herself had not yet concurred...they had furiously exclaimed, ' The more shame for vou !' A Privy Council. 225 "After he left me, a Privy Council was held at the Castle, with the Prince...
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The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay (Frances Burney): 1787-1792

Fanny Burney - Biography & Autobiography - 1891
...in it whatever I could devise of cheer and hope; and she bore it with the most wonderful calmness. Dr. Addington was now called in : a very old physician,...they had furiously exclaimed " The more shame for you ! " A PRIVY COUNCIL HELD. After he left me, a privy council was held at the Castle, with the Prince...
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Fanny Burney and her friends: select passages from her diary and other writings

Fanny Burney - Biography & Autobiography - 1892 - 331 pages
...inclined to a more encouraging view. The proceedings of the 28th are entered in the Diary, as follows : " Sir Lucas made me a visit, and informed me of all...they had furiously exclaimed, ' The more shame for vou !' "After he left me, a Privy Council was held at the Castle, with the Prince of Wales ; the Chancellor,...
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The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay (Frances Burney): 1787-1792

Fanny Burney, Baron Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay - Biography & Autobiography - 1892
...experienced in disorders such as afflicted our poor king, though not professedly a practitioner in them. it, and they were supported by the princes. The difficulty...they had furiously exclaimed " The more shame for you ! " A PRIVY COUNCIL HELD. After he left me, a privy council was held at the Castle, with the Prince...
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Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay: (1778-1840)

Fanny Burney - 1905
...physicians received threatening letters daily, to answer for the safety of their monarch with their lives 1 Sir George Baker had already been stopped in his carriage...held at the Castle, with the Prince of Wales ; the Chancellor,1 Mr. Pitt, and all the officers of state were summoned, to sign a permission for the King's...
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