Social Life in Germany: Illustrated in the Acted Dramas of Her Royal Highness the Princess Amelia of Saxony, Volume 2

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Saunders and Otley, 1840
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Page 93 - COUNTESS. So much the better, for it will be like making a new acquaintance to-day. Have you arranged your toilette ? IDA. I intend to be dressed simply, — quite simply. COUNTESS. Simply, — yes ; but with elegance and taste, I hope ? IDA. O surely ! and at this moment I cannot decide between two dresses, — the white and the blue. COUNTESS. Choose then, for my sake, the one that is most becoming. I wish you to appear to advantage to-day, — you understand ! IDA.
Page 93 - IDA. O trust me for that ! you know, dear aunt, I am not vainer than is absolutely necessary : but at a ball, and a ball by daylight, one would not be the worst looking. (She goes to the door and returns.) Don't you think, aunt, it would be best to wear the white dress ? it is sans pretension, and looks so fresh ! COUNTESS. Yes, right ! (She goes towards the writing-table, — Ida going, slops, as meditating, and then turns back.) IDA.
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