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" Lady Suffolk, then in waiting as woman of the bed-chamber, and of most accurate memory, painted the scene to me exactly. " On one side of the bed stood the godfathers and godmother; on the other side the Prince and the Princess's ladies. "
The British Prose Writers - Page 28
1821
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 13

1799
...fécond ipocíbr, and would hear of no other. The chriftening took place as ufual in the princefs' bedchamber. Lady Suffolk, then in waiting as woman of the bedchamber, and of rt oft accurate memory, painted the fcene to me exactly. On one fide of the bed ftood the godfathers...
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Analytical Review: Or History of Literature, Domestic and Foreign ..., Volume 28

1799
...fecond fponfor, and would hear of no other. The chriftcning took place as ufual, in the princtfs's bedchamber. Lady Suffolk, then in waiting, as woman of the bedchamber, and of moft accurate memory, painted the fcene to me exactly. On one fide of the bed (food the godfathers...
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The Jacobite Relics of Scotland: Being the Songs, Airs, and Legends, of the ...

1819 - 480 pages
...intended his uncle the duke of York, bishop of Osnaburg, should, with his majesty, be godfathers. Nothing could equal the indignation of his royal highness...exactly. On one side of the bed stood the godfathers andgodmother ; on the other the prince and the princess's ladies. No sooner had the bishop closed the...
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Reminiscences

Horace Walpole - 1819 - 166 pages
...REMINISCENCES. his uncle the duke of York, bishop of Osnaburp, should with his majesty be godfathers. Nothing could equal the indignation of his royal highness...place as usual in the princess's bed-chamber. Lady Suifolk, then in waiting as woman of the bed-chamber and of most accurate memory, painted the scene...
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Anecdotes and Characters of the House of Brunswick: Illustrative of the ...

John Brown - 1821 - 266 pages
...his uncle, the Duke of York, Bishop of Osnaburg, should, with his Majesty, be godfathers. " Nothing could equal the indignation of his Royal Highness,...bed stood the godfathers and godmother; on the other side the Prince and the Princess's ladies. No sooner had the Bishop closed the ceremony, than the Prince,...
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Table-talk; Or, Selections from the Ana: Containing Extracts from the ...

George Moir - 1827 - 326 pages
...intended his uncle the Duke of York, Bishop of Osnaburg, should with his Majesty be godfathers. Nothing could equal the indignation of his Royal Highness...sponsor, and would hear of no other. The christening took^lace as usual in the Princess's bed-chamber. Lady Suffolk, then in waiting as woman of the bed-chamber,...
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The Letters of Horace Walpole: 1735-1748

Horace Walpole - 1842
...intended his uncle, the Duke of York, Bishop of Osnaburg, should with his Majesty be godfathers. Nothing could equal the indignation of his Royal Highness...christening took place as usual in the Princess's bedehamber. Lady Suffolk, then in waiting as woman of the bedehamber, and of most accurate memory painted...
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The Letters of Horace Walpole: 1735-1748

Horace Walpole - 1842
...intended his uncle, the Duke of York, Bishop of Osnaburg, should with his Majesty be godfathers. Nothing could equal the indignation of his Royal Highness...christening took place as usual in the Princess's bedehamber. Lady Suffolk, then in waiting as woman of the bedehamber, and of most accurate memory painted...
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Memoirs of the Court of England: From the Revolution in 1688 to ..., Volume 3

John Heneage Jesse - 1843
...man personally disagreeable to the Prince, as his colleague on the occasion. "Nothing," says Walpole, "could equal the indignation of his Royal Highness...godfathers and godmother ; on the other the Prince and Princess's ladies. No sooner had the bishop closed the ceremony than the Prince, crossing the feet...
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Literary and Historical Memorials of London, Volume 1

John Heneage Jesse - 1847 - 456 pages
...scene which followed is described by Walpole in his usual bappy manner. " Lady Suffolk," he says, " then in waiting as woman of the bed-chamber, and of...godfathers and god-mother; on the other the Prince and Princess's ladies. No sooner had the Bishop closed the ceremony, than the Prince, crossing the feet...
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