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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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The Living Age, Volume 240

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1904
...alas: Rowe Mores was ungallant enou^l. to write afterwards of the lady In "her sleeping-room . . . 3 $i Ī The lady herself referred to the visit with more pruce. "I was heartily grieved I was not able to show...
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The Learned Lady in England, 1650-1760

Myra Reynolds - Great Britain - 1920 - 489 pages
...cum in ie virtus itta sit 1 Mr. Rowe Mores, in Dissertation on Letter Founders, says of Miss Elstob: "In her latter years she was tutoress in the family...with books and dirtiness, the usual appendages of the folks of learning. But if any one wishes to see her as she was when she was the favorite of Dr....
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