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" She performed in my house last week, singing and acting before some of the nobility with most astonishing powers... "
George Romney - Page 165
by Arthur Bensley Chamberlain - 1910 - 418 pages
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - English imprints - 1809 - 552 pages
...her former kindness, my health and spirits are quite recovered. • She performed in my house 1/ist week, singing and acting before some of the nobility...astonishing powers : she is the talk of the whole town, and wally surpasses every thing both in singing and acting, that ever appeared. Gallini offered her two...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines, Volume 3

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1810
...she has resumed her former kindness, my health and spirits are quite recovered. " She performed ip my house last week, sing-ing and acting before some...thousand pounds a year, and two benefits, if she would enpage with him, on which sir William said, •pleasantly, that he had engaged her for life. • "...
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Memoirs of Lady Hamilton: with illustrative anecdotes of many of her most ...

1815 - 200 pages
...week, singing and acting before some of the nobilily, with most astonishing powers: she is the falk of the whole town, and really surpasses every thing...appeared. Gallini offered her two thousand pounds a-year, and two benefits, if she would engage with him, on which Fir William said, pleasantly, that...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 87

Literary Criticism - 1860
...Greville, had been brought to perfection during her stay in Italy. In August 1791 Romney •writes, "She performed in my house last week, singing and acting before some of the nobility with the most astonishing powers ; she is the talk of the wnole town, and really surpasses everything, both...
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The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and ..., Volume 5

Allan Cunningham - Architects - 1832 - 311 pages
...beautiful head I have painted of her yet. Now, indeed, I think she is as cordial with me as ever ; and laments very much, that she is to leave England without...some of the nobility, with most astonishing powers." This lady, on whose good looks the painter's fame so greatly depended, and whose smile restored his...
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The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters and Sculptors, Volume 4

Allan Cunningham - Painters - 1834
...into my distresses. Really, my mind had suffered so very much, that my health was much affected, and 1 was afraid I should not have had power to have painted...some of the nobility, with most astonishing powers." This lady, on whose good looks the painter's fame so greatly depended, and whose smile restored his...
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Memoirs of the Life of Vice-Admiral, Lord Viscount Nelson, K. B ..., Volume 2

Thomas Joseph Pettigrew, Horatio Nelson Nelson (Viscount) - 1849
...ngony of sorrow : her acting is simple, grand, terrible, and pathetic."i Again, August '29, 1791 : " She performed in my house last week, singing and acting...is the talk of the whole town, and really surpasses evi-ry thing, both in singing and acting, that ever appeared. Gallini offered her two thousand pounds...
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Memoirs of the Life of Vice-Admiral Lord Viscount Nelson, Volume 2

Thomas Joseph Pettigrew - 1849
...ngony of sorrow : her acting is simple, grand, terrible, and pathetic." 1 Again, August '29, 1791 : " She performed in my house last week, singing and acting...is the talk of the whole town, and really surpasses ev, ry thing, both in singing and acting, that ever appeared. Gallini offered her two thousand pounds...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 66

Child rearing - 1868
...affected, and I was afraid I should not have had power to have painted any more from her ; but sirce she has resumed her former kindness, my health and...some of the nobility, with most astonishing powers." This lady, on whose good looks the painter's fame so greatly depended, and whose smile restored his...
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The story of Theodore of Corsica. Lady Hamilton. The beautiful Gunnings. The ...

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - 1883
...since she has resumed her former kindness, my health and spirits are quite recovered. She performed at my house last week, singing and acting, before some of the nobility, with the most astonishing power. She is the talk of the whole town, and really surpasses everything, both...
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