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" She supported herself by keeping school, and was afterwards tutoress in the family of the Duchess-dowager of Portland, " where," says this writer, "we have visited her in her sleeping-room at Bulstrode, surrounded with books and dirtiness, the usual appendages... "
A History of the Old English Letter Foundries: With Notes, Historical and ... - Page 161
by Talbot Baines Reed - 1887 - 379 pages
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Letters Written by Eminent Persons in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth ...

Thomas Hearne, John Aubrey - English letters - 1813
...Buckinghamshire shoe in the Bodleian Repository. You have seen it more .:. . - . • > ..." . . * • • f * .one thing necessary. In her latter years she was...of Dr. Hudson and the Oxonians, they may view her portraiture in the initial G of The English-Saxon Homily on the Birthday of St. Gregory:-^ the countenance...
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Letters Written by Eminent Persons in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth ...

Thomas Hearne, John Aubrey - English letters - 1813
...you wanted some account of the Buckinghamshire shoe in the Bodleian Repository. You have seen it more one thing necessary. In her latter years she was tutoress...favourite of Dr. Hudson and the Oxonians, they may viw her portraiture in the initial G of The Englith-Saron Homily on the Birthday of St. Gregory :f...
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An Historical Sketch of the Progress and Present State of Anglo-Saxon ...

John Petheram - English literature - 1840 - 186 pages
...Lansdown. 370-4. j The Elstob transcript, MS. Harl. 1866, is said to be in Miss Elstob's own hand. visited her in her sleeping-room at Bulstrode, surrounded...of Dr. Hudson and the Oxonians, they may view her portraiture in the initial G of the English-Saxon Homily on the Birth-day of St. Gregory."* * EB Mores's...
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Reprints of Rare Tracts & Imprints of Ancient Manuscripts, &c ..., Volume 1

History - 1847
...have been exceedingly happy in her situation. Howe Mores describes her in her old age, in her Chamber at Bulstrode, " surrounded with books and dirtiness, the usual appendages of folk of learning." And in another place speaks of her as " the indefessa comes of her brother's studies, a female student...
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The Addresses and Journal of Proceedings of the National ..., Volume 16

Education - 1876
...was afterwards tutoress in the family of the Duchess-dowager of Portland, " where," says this writer, "we have visited her in her sleeping-room at Bulstrode,...one desires to see her as she was when she was the favorite of Dr. HUDSON and the Oxonians, they may view her portraiture in the initial G of the English-Saxon...
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Proceedings

Education - 1876
...was afterwards tutoress in the family of the Duchess-dowager of Portland, " where," says this writer, "we have visited her in her sleeping-room at Bulstrode,...one desires to see her as she was when she was the favorite of Dr. HttDSON and the Oxonians, they may view her portraiture in the initial G of the English-Saxon...
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The Addresses and Journal of Proceedings of the National ..., Volume 16

Education - 1876
...was afterwards tutoress in the family of the Duchess-dowager of Portland, " where," says this writer, "we have visited her in her sleeping-room at Bulstrode,...one desires to see her as she was when she was the favorite of Dr. HUDSON and the Oxonians, they may view her portraiture in the initial G of the English-Saxon...
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The Writings in Prose and Verse of Eugene Field: The love affairs of a ...

Eugene Field, Roswell Martin Field, Horace - American literature - 1896
...thing necessary. In her latter years she was tutoress in the family of the Duke of Portland, where we visited her in her sleeping-room at Bulstrode, surrounded...dirtiness, the usual appendages of folk of learning ! " There is another word which Cicero uses — for I have still somewhat more to say of that passage...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1904
...and, alas! Rowe Mores was ungallant enough to write afterwards of the lady In "her sleeping-room . . . surrounded with books and dirtiness, the usual appendages of folk of learning." The lady herself referred to the visit with more grace. "I was heartily grieved I was not able to show...
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The Writings in Prose and Verse of Eugene Field...: The love affairs of a ...

Eugene Field, Roswell Martin Field, Horace - 1899
...thing necessary. In her latter years she was tutoress in the family of the Duke of Portland, where we visited her in her sleeping-room at Bulstrode, surrounded...dirtiness, the usual appendages of folk of learning! " There is another word which Cicero uses — for I have still somewhat more to say of that passage...
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