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" The queen dines and sups alone with very few attendants ; and it is very seldom that any body, foreigner or native, is admitted at that time, and then only at the intercession of somebody in power. "
Fugitive pieces, on various subjects - Page 276
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The Monthly Review, Volume 17

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1757
...Ladies of the Court. ' The Queen dines and fups alone with very few attendants; and it is very felJom that any body, foreigner or native, is admitted at that time, and then only at the interceffion of fomeboidy in power.' We fhall now lay before our Readers Hentzner's defcription of Lord Burleigh's...
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Annual Register, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - History - 1759
...goes to the ladies of the court. The Queen dines and fups alone, with very .few attendants; and it i* very feldom that any body, foreigner or native, is...then only at the interceffion of fomebody in power. Pefcriftinn tf Theobalds and ffemftteb, frcrn Hir.tzer. THrobald? belongs to Lord Burlrigh the trenfmer....
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A vindication of natural society, by Edm. Burke. The history and antiquities ...

Robert Dodsley, Joseph Spence, Jean Denis Attiret, William Hay, Nathaniel Lancaster, Charles Whitworth Baron Whitworth, Paul Hentzner - 1761
...Ladies of die Court. The Queen dines and fups alone with very few Attendance ; and it is very fcldom that any body, Foreigner or Native, is admitted at...Near this Palace is the Queen's Park flocked with Deef : Such Packs are common throughout England, belonging to thofe who are diftinguiOwd either for...
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Annual Register, Volume 1

History - 1764
...dines and fups alone, with в very few attendants ; and it is very feldom that any body, foreign« or native, is admitted at that time, and then only at the intercedió)! of fomebody in power. Drfcriptian ef TbeebalJt and fucb, from IIentz.tr. THeobalds belongs...
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A vindication of natural society. Written in the character of a late noble ...

English literature - 1765
...the reft goes to the Ladies of the Court. The Queen dines and fups alone, with veiy few jAttendants ; and it is very feldom that any Body, Foreigner or...Native, is admitted at that Time, and then only at the Interceflion of fomebody in Power. Near this Palace is the Queen's Park flocked with Deer: Such Parks...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - History - 1795
...ladies of the court. The Queen dines and sups alone, with a very few attendants ; and it is very seldom that any body, foreigner or native, is admitted at that time, and then only at the intercession of somebody in power. Description ofTbtobalds and Nonsuch, from Hentzer, '"THEOBALDS belongs...
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Paul Hentzner's Travels in England: During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth

Paul Hentzner - Great Britain - 1797 - 152 pages
...the reft goes to the ladies of the court. The queen dines and fups alone with very few attendants ; and it is very feldom that any body, foreigner or...fomebody in power. Near this palace is the queen's park, ftocked with deer : fuch parks are common throughout England, belonging to thofe that are diftinguifhed...
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A Journey Into England: In the Year M.D.XC.VIII.

Paul Hentzner - Great Britain - 1807 - 61 pages
...Ladies of the Court. The Queen dines and sups .alone with very few attendance; and it is very seldom that any body foreigner or native, is admitted at that time, and then only at the intercession of somebody in power. Near this palace is the Queen's Park stocked with deer: Such parks...
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The Environs of London: Being an Historical Account of the Towns, Villages ...

London (England) - 1811
...goes to the ladies of the court. The Queen dines and fups alone with very few attendants; and it ia very feldom that any body, foreigner or native, is admitted at that time and then only at the interceflion of fomebody in power." " Sydney Papers, vol. ii. p. 201. 54 Collins's Peerage, vol. iv....
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The Retrospective Review

Henry Southern - Books - 1820
...ladies of the Court." " The Queen dines and sups alone, with very few attendants ; and it is very seldom that any body, foreigner or native, is admitted at that time, and then only at the intercession of somebody in power." p. 138. This is a true Dutch painting. Our traveller, mentioning...
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