Count Königsmark: An Historical Romance. By Captain Chamier, المجلد 1

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الصفحة 146 - Les passions sont les seuls orateurs qui persuadent toujours. Elles sont comme un art de la nature dont les règles sont infaillibles ; et l'homme le plus simple qui a de la passion persuade mieux que le plus éloquent qui n'en a point.
الصفحة 164 - ... and ill a man. I had forgot to tell you that he told the King of France, that many people had reported that he had made love to me ; but...
الصفحة 207 - Bret, for money ; and that though, upon the importunity of the Duke of Monmouth, he had delivered to the grandmother a particular of the jointure which Mr. Thynn pretended he would settle on the lady, yet he totally discouraged the proceeding as by no means a competent match for one that both by birth and fortune might have pretended to the greatest prince in Christendom...
الصفحة 69 - France, that many people had reported that he had made love to me ; but there was nothing of it ; for that he had too much respect for you to think of any such thing. As for my Lady Sussex, I hope you will think fit to send for her over, for she is now mightily discoursed of for the ambassador.
الصفحة 165 - I promise you, that for my conduct it shall be such as that you nor nobody shall have occasion to blame me. And I hope you will be just to what you said to me, which was at my house when you told me you had letters of mine. You said, ' Madam, all that I ask of you for your own sake is, live so for the future as to make the least noise you can, and I care not who you love.
الصفحة 207 - ... in the report of his being privy to the marriage of his Lady's niece, the rich young widow of the late Lord Ogle, sole daughter of the Earl of Northumberland ; showing me a letter of Mr.
الصفحة 163 - Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.
الصفحة 164 - ... you both to travel ; for you were a dull governable fool, and the duke a wilful fool* So that it were yet better to have you than him, but that you always chofe a greater beaft than yourfelf to govern you.
الصفحة 159 - Cleveland, who was quite cast off by the king, and was then at Paris. The king had ordered him to find out an astrologer, of whom it was no wonder he had a good opinion; for he had, long before his restoration, foretold he should enter London on the 29th of May, 60. He was yet alive, and Mountague found him; and saw he was capable of being corrupted. So he resolved to prompt him, to send the king such hints as should serve his own ends.

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