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" However, we are all here in a most uneasy state. The King is better and worse so frequently, and changes so, daily, backwards and forwards, that everything is to be apprehended, if his nerves are not some way quieted. I dreadfully fear he is on the eve... "
The Diary and Letters of Frances Burney, Madame D'Arblay - Page 26
by Fanny Burney, Susan Coolidge - 1880
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Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay, Author of Evelina Cecilia, &c: 1788-9

Fanny Burney - Literary Criticism - 1842
...next the 8th, for the Princess Augusta's birth-day. I have invited Miss Gomme and Mdlle. Montmollin to dinner, and poor Madame la Fite, who is also to...to relieve it from all but inevitable affliction. O, may Heaven in its mercy never, never drive me to that solitary anguish more! I have tried what...
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Diary and letters of Madame d'Arblay, Volume 4

Fanny Burney - Great Britain - 1842
...next the 8th, for the Princess Augusta's birth-day. I have invited Miss Gomme and Mdlle. Montmollin to dinner, and poor Madame la Fite, who is also to...to relieve it from all but inevitable affliction. O, may Heaven in its mercy never, never drive me to that solitary anguish more ! I have tried what...
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Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay ...

Fanny Burney - Biography & Autobiography - 1842
...Augusta's birth-day. I have invited Miss Gomme and Mdlle. Montmollin to dinner, and poor Madame la Fife, who is also to stay the evening. For me, this is being...very terrible to see ! How did I wish her a Susan or aFredy ! To unburthen her loaded mind would be to relieve it from all but inevitable affliction. O,...
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Diary and Letters, Volume 4

Fanny Burney - 1842
...Montmollin to dinner, and poor Madame la Fite, who is also to stay the evening. For me, this is beingvery grand ; but the truth is, I find it wholly expected...terrible to see ! How did I wish her a Susan or a Fredy I To unburthen her loaded mind would be to relieve it from all but inevitable affliction. O, may Heaven...
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Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay, Volume 2

Fanny Burney - 1842
...sec what struggles she makes to support serenity. To-day she gave up the conflict when I was nlone with her, and burst into a violent fit of tears. It was very, very terrible to see! How did 1 wish her a Susan or a Fredy ! To unburthen her loaded rnind would be to relieve it from all but inevitable...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 73

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1862
...the eve of some severe fever. The queen is almost overpowered with some secret terror. I am afibctud beyond all expression in her presence to see what...violent fit of tears. It was very, very terrible to see! " Wednesday, November 5. I found my poor royal mistress in the morning sad and sadder still ; something...
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1788-89

Fanny Burney - 1854
...Goldsworthy, of whom, I believe, she makes inquiry how her brother has found the King, from time to time. However, we are all here in a most uneasy state. The...to relieve it from all but inevitable affliction. O, may Heaven in its mercy never, never drive me to that solitary anguish more!I have tried what...
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Life of ... William Pitt, Volume 1

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl.) - 1862
...uneasy state. The King is better and worse so frequently, and changes so daily backward and forward, that everything is to be apprehended if his nerves...violent fit of tears. It was very, very terrible to see ! " " Wednesday, November 5. I found my poor Royal Mistress in the morning sad and sadder still...
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new mouthly magazine

william harrison - 1867
...illness in 1788. "The Queen is almost overpowered with some secret terror. I am affected almost beyond expression in her presence, to see what struggles...with her, and burst into a violent fit of tears. It would be to relieve it from all but inevitable affliction. O, may Heaven in its mercy never, never,...
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Memoirs of the life and reign of King George the Third, Volume 3

John Heneage Jesse - Great Britain - 1867
...Effingham, who was a Lady of the Bedchamber to Quecu Charlotte, died on the 12th of October, 1791. serenity. To-day she gave up the conflict when I was...fit of tears. It was very very terrible to see." * On the following day the King seems to have been no NOv. 5. worse, and on the morning of the next...
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