Beaux and Belles of England Mrs. Mary Robinson, Written by Herself, with the Lives of the Duchesses of Gordon and Devonshire


Excerpt: ...exquisite taste, and the tones of his voice breaking on the silence of the night have often appeared to my entranced senses like more than mortal melody. Often have I lamented the distance which destiny had placed between us. How would my soul have idolised such a husband! Alas! how often, in the ardent enthusiasm of my soul, have I formed the wish that that being were mine alone! to whom partial millions were to look up for protection. "The Duke of York was now on the eve of quitting the country for Hanover; ...

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