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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 - Side 253
1812
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The Other Side of the Question: Or, An Attempt to Rescue the Characters of ...

James Ralph - 1742 - 467 sider
...odd and unaccountable, but c had left no Impreflions of Sufpicion or Jea'• loufy. Particularly I remembered that a ' long while before this, being with the * Queen, (to whom I had gone very pri- . U 3 * vately f c vafely by zfecret Paffage, from my Lodgc ings to the Bed-Chamber) on a fudden...
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An Account of the Conduct of the Dowager Duchess of Marlborough: From Her ...

Sarah Jennings Churchill Duchess of Marlborough, Nathaniel Hooke - 1742 - 316 sider
...feemed odd and unaccountable, but had left no impreffions of fufpicion or jealoufy. Particularly I remembered that a long while before this, being with the QUEEN, (to Vhom'I had gone very privately by a fecret paffage, from my lodgings to the bedchamber) on a fudden...
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The Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England: From the ..., Bind 4

Nicholas Tindal - 1762
...feemed'odd and unaccountable, but had left no impreffions of fufpicion or jealoufy. Particularly I remembered, that a long while before this, being with...the queen (to whom I had gone very privately by a fecret paflage from my lodgings to the bedchamber) on a fudden this woman, not knowing I was there,...
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The History of England, Bind 16

Rapin de Thoyras (M., Paul) - 1762
...feemed odd and unaccountable, but had left no impreflions of fufpicion or jealoufy. Particularly I remembered, that a long while before this, being with...the queen (to whom I had gone very privately by a fecret pafiage from my lodgings tq the bedchamber) on a ludden this woman, not knowing I was there,...
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Journal to Stella (Letter XXXVIII-LXV). Tracts, political and historical ...

Jonathan Swift - 1814
...if, in presence of the Duchess of Marlborough. " I remember," says that extraordinary woman, " that being with the queen, to whom I had gone very privately,...in with the boldest and gayest air possible; but, on sight of me, stopped, and immediately changing her manner, and making a most solemn curtsey, said,...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Bind 73

1818
...without speaking one word, let me go. Now I remembered, that having gone very privately, on a day before, by a secret passage, from my lodgings to the bed-chamber, on a sudden my cousin, not knowing I was there, came in wilh the boldest and gaycct.air possible; but seeing me,...
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Memoirs of Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, and of the Court of Queen Anne, Bind 2

Mrs. A. T. Thomson - 1839
...long while before this, being with the * Conduct, p. 185. Queen, (to whom I had gone very privately from my lodgings to the bedchamber,) on a sudden this...immediately changing her manner, and making a most solemn courtesy, ' Did your Majesty ring ?' and then went out again." This behaviour needed now no further...
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The Monthly Review, Bind 3

1839
...had seemed odd and unaccountable, but had left no impression of suspicion or jealousy. Particularly I remembered that a long• while before this, being...with the Queen, (to whom I had gone very privately from my lodgings to the bedchamber,) on a sudden this woman, not knowing I was there, came in with...
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The Pictorial History of England: Being a History of the People, as Well as ...

George Lillie Craik - 1848
...grace was now put in mind of several suspicious circumstances. She says herself, •• particularly 1 remembered that a long while before this, being with...secret passage from my lodgings to the bedchamber), mi a sudden this woman, not knowing 1 was there, came in with the boldest and gayest air possible,...
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Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest: With ..., Bind 12

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - 1848
...left no impressions of jealousy. Particularly, I remembered, that a long while before this occurred, being with the queen — to whom I had gone very privately by a secret passage from my lodging to the royal bed-chamber — on a sudden this woman, Abigail, not knowing I was there, came...
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