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" He divides his care, his time, and his health, between these two. The actress is as haughty as Mademoiselle : she insults her, she makes grimaces at her, she attacks her, she frequently steals the king from her, and boasts whenever he gives her the preference.... "
Annual Register - Page 298
1806
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The retrospective review, Volume 7

1823
...withdraw him from her. He divides his care, his time, and his health, between these two. The actress is as haughty as Mademoiselle : she insults her, she...and of an agreeable humour. She sings, she dances, and she acts her part with a good grace. .... This creature gets the upper-hand, and discountenances...
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The Retrospective Review, Volume 7

Books - 1823
...withdraw him from her. He divides his care, his time, and his health, between these two. The actress is as haughty as Mademoiselle : she insults her, she...and of an agreeable humour. She sings, she dances, and she acts her part with a good grace. .... This creature gets the upper-hand, and discountenances...
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Some Account of the English Stage: From the Restoration in 1660 to ..., Volume 1

John Genest - Theater - 1832
...from her — he divides his care, his time, " and his health, between these two — the actress is ' as haughty as Mademoiselle : she insults her, she " makes grimaces at her, she attacks her, she fre" quently steals the King from her, and boasts when" ever he gives her the preference — she is...
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Memoirs of the Court of England During the Reign of the Stuarts ..., Volume 4

John Heneage Jesse - Great Britain - 1840
...divides his time, his care, and his health, between these two. The actress is as haughty as the Duchess : she insults her, she makes grimaces at her, she attacks...she dances, she acts her part with a good grace. She has a son by the King, and hopes to have him acknowledged. She reasons thus : — 1 This Duchess,'...
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Waldie's Select Circulating Library, Volume 15

Literature - 1841
...power to withdraw him from her. He divides his care and his time between these two. The actress is as haughty as Mademoiselle. She insults her, she makes...she dances, she acts her part with a good grace. She has a son by the king, and hopes to have him acknowledged. As to Mademoiselle, she reasons thus:—'...
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - Great Britain - 1846 - 546 pages
...withdraw him from her. He divides his care, his time, and his health, between these two. The actress is as haughty as Mademoiselle : she insults her, she...she dances, she acts her part with a good grace. She has a son by the king, and hopes to have him acknowledged. As to Mademoiselle, she reasons thus .....
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The Story of Nell Gwyn: And the Sayings of Charles the Second

Peter Cunningham - Actors - 1852 - 212 pages
...withdraw him from her. He divides his care, his time, and his wealth between these two. The actress is as haughty as Mademoiselle; she insults her, she makes...and of an agreeable humour. She sings, she dances, acts her part with a good grace ; has a son by the King, and hopes to have him acknowledged. As to...
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second

Anthony Hamilton (Count), Charles II (King of England), Thomas Blount - Great Britain - 1853 - 546 pages
...withdraw him from her. He divides his care, his time, and his health, between these two. The actress is as haughty as Mademoiselle : she insults her, she...she dances, she acts her part with a good grace. She has a son by the king, and hopes to have him acknowledged. As to Mademoiselle, she reasons thus : This...
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character and anecdotes of charles the second

charles barker - 1853
...withdraw him from her. He divides his care, his time, and his health between these two. The actress is as haughty as Mademoiselle: she insults her, she makes...and of an agreeable humour. She sings, she dances, and she acts her part with a good grace. This creature gets the upper-hand, and discountenances and...
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Russell's Magazine

Paul Hamilton Payne - 1858
...withdraw him from her. He divides his care, his time, .and his wealth between these two. The actress is as haughty as Mademoiselle; she insults her, she makes...confident, wild, and of an agreeable humour. She sings, dances and acts her part with good grace. As to Mademoiselle, she reasons thus: "This lady," says she,...
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