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" ... jealousy. Particularly I remembered that a long while before this, being with the Queen (to whom I had gone very privately by a secret passage from my lodgings to the Bedchamber), on a sudden this woman, not knowing I was there, came in with the boldest... "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 253
1812
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A History of the Reign of Queen Anne, Volume 3

John Hill Burton - Great Britain - 1880
...sudden this woman, not knowing I was there, came in with the boldest and gayest air possible, but, on sight of me, stopped, and immediately changing her manner, and making a most solemn courtesy, — ' Did your MAJESTY ring ? ' — and then went out again." l This is lively and picturesque,...
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The Queen's Comrade: The Life and Times of Sarah, Duchess of ..., Volume 2

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - 1901 - 658 pages
...seemed odd and unaccountable, but had left no impressions of suspicion or jealousy. Particularly I remembered that a long while before this, being with...knowing I was there, came in with the boldest and gaiest air possible, but upon sight of me, stopped ; and immediately changing her manner and making...
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The Queen's Comrade: The Life and Times of Sarah, Duchess of ..., Volume 2

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - 1901 - 658 pages
...the bedchamber) on a sudden this woman, not knowing I was there, came in with the boldest and gaiest air possible, but upon sight of me, stopped ; and...immediately changing her manner and making a most solemn courtesy said, ' Did your Majesty ring ? ' and then went out again. This singular behaviour needed...
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Duchess Sarah: Being the Social History of the Times of Sarah Jennings ...

Olivia Spencer-Churchill Colville - England - 1904 - 400 pages
...jealousy. Particularly I remembered that a long while before this, being with the Queen (to whom I had gone privately by a secret passage from my lodgings to...immediately changing her manner and making a most solemn courtesy, ' Did your Majesty ring ? ' and then went out again. This singular behaviour needed no interpreter...
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Duchess Sarah: Being the Social History of the Times of Sarah Jennings ...

Olivia Spencer-Churchill Colville - England - 1904 - 400 pages
...seemed odd and unaccountable, but had left no impressions of suspicion or jealousy. Particularly I remembered that a long while before this, being with the Queen (to whom I had gone privately by a secret passage from my lodgings to the bedchamber), on a sudden this woman, not knowing...
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