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" My forbearance, he says, is beyond what he could have imagined ! But what will not a woman do who is firmly and sincerely attached ? Had he left me to starve, I never would have uttered a word to his disadvantage. I enclose you two other letters ; and... "
Mrs. Jordan - Page 251
by James Boadan - 1800
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Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting ...

Women - 1831
...branch of the royal family, who, in the most unreserved terms, deplore this melancholy business. * * * As far as he has left it in his own power, he is doing every thing KIND and NOBLE, even to the distressing HIHSELF." Subsequently, from Cadogan Place, she...
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The Georgian Era: Political and rural economists. Painters, sculptors ...

---- Clarke - Great Britain - 1834 - 588 pages
...abused. He has done wrong, and he is suffering for it. But a* far as he has left it in his own powr?. he is doing everything kind and noble, even to the...your letter, though I trust there will be no occasion forait; but it was kind and friendly, and as such 1 shall ever esteem it. I remain, dear sir, yours...
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The Georgian Era: Political and rural economists. Painters, sculptors ...

------ Clarke - Great Britain - 1834
...abused. He has done wrong, and he is suffering for it. But as far as he has left it in his own powi-v, he is doing everything kind and noble, even to the...though I trust there will be no occasion for it; but it wms kind and friendly, and as such I shall ever esteem it. I remain, dear sir, yours sincerely, DORA...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 162-163

Early English newspapers - 1837
...spoken of by Mrs. Jordan herself: — " And now, do not hear the Duke of Clarence unfairly abused. As far as he has left it in his own power he is doing...kind and noble, even to the distressing himself." After the death of the Princess Charlotte of Wales, in 1817, a new era took place in the position and...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 162

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1837
...spoken of by Mrs. Jordan herself: — " And now, do not hear the Duke of Clarence unfairly abused. As far as he has left it in his own power he is doing everything kind and noble, even to the tlittresiing himtelf." After the death of tbe Princess Char. lotte of Wales, in 1817, a new era took...
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English Actors from Shakespeare to Macready, Volume 2

Henry Barton Baker - Actors - 1879
...Duke of Clarence unfairly abused. He has done wrong, and he "is suffering for it. But as far as he his left it in his own power, he is doing everything kind and noble, even to the distressing himself." This sympathy of the royal family sufficiently proves that no disgraceful act on her part brought about...
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Comedy Queens of the Georgian Era

John Fyvie - Actresses - 1906 - 445 pages
...uttered a word to his disadvantage. . . . 'And now, my dear friend, do not hear the Duke of Clarence unfairly abused. He has done wrong, and he is suffering...kind and noble, even to the distressing himself.' And on the 7th of December she wrote to the same correspondent from St. James's : — ' I lose not...
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