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" But, sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard to my own happiness, which render this address a duty both to myself and my daughter. May I venture to say — a duty also to my husband, and the people committed to his care? "
The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany - 148 ページ
1813
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The Royal Exile: Or, Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of Her Majesty ...

John Adolphus - 1821
...afflicted without any fault of my own — and that your royal highness knows it, " But, sir, there are considerations of. a higher nature than any regard...my husband, and the people committed to his care? There is a point beyond which a guiltless woman cannot with safety carry her forbearance. If her honour...

Memoirs of Caroline, Queen Consort of Great Britain, 第 1 巻

John Adolphus - 1821 - 50 ページ
...afflicted without any fault of my own — and that your royal highness knows it. " But, sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard...daughter. May I venture to say — a duty also to ray husband, and the people committed to his care? There is a point beyond which a guiltless woman...

Memoirs of her late majesty, queen Caroline, 第 1 巻

Joseph Nightingale - 1821
...Royal Highness knows it. " But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard to ray own happiness, which render this address a duty both to myself and my daughter. " May 1 venture to say — a duty also to my husband, and the people'committed to his care ? There is a point...

Memoirs of Her Majesty Queen Caroline Amelia Eliz., Consort of George ..., 第 1 巻

John Wilks - 1822
...afflicted, without any fault " of my own — and that your Royal Highness " knows it. " But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher " nature, than any regard to my own happi" ness, which renders this address a duty both to " myself and my daughter. May I venture to "...

Annual Register, 第 55 巻

Edmund Burke - 1823
...afflicted without any fault of ray own — and that your royal highness knows it. " But, sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard...my husband, and the people committed to his care? There is a point beyond which a guiltless woman cannot with safety carry her forbearances. If her honour...

Memoirs of George the Fourth: Descriptive of the Most Interesting ..., 第 2 巻

Robert Huish - 1830
...be afflicted without any fault of my own — and that your Royal Highness knows. ' But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard...my husband, and the people committed to his care? There is a point beyond which a guiltless woman cannot with safety carry her forbearance. If her honour...

Memoirs of George the Fourth: Descriptive of the Most Interesting ..., 第 2 巻

Robert Huish - 1830
...be afflicted without any fault of my own — and that your Royal Highness knows. ' But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard...daughter. May I venture to say — a duty also to jny husband, and the people committed to his care ? There is a point beyond which a guiltless woman...

Memoirs of George the Fourth: Descriptive of the Most Interesting ..., 第 2 巻

Robert Huish - 1830
...should be afflicted without any fault of my own—and that your Royal Highness knows. ' But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard...both •to myself and my daughter. May I venture to say—a duty also to my husband, and the people committed to his care ? There is a point beyond which...

Memoirs of George the Fourth: Descriptive of the Most Interesting ..., 第 2 巻

Robert Huish - 1830
...happiness, which render this address a duty both to myself and my daughter. May I venture to say—a duty also to my husband, and the people committed to his care ? There is a point beyond which a guiltless woman cannot with safety carry her forbearance. If her...

Selections from Cobbett's Political Works: Being a Complete ..., 第 4 巻

William Cobbett - 1835
...afflicted without any fault of my own — ami that your Royal Highness knosvs it. " But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard...to my husband, and the people committed to his care ? There is a point beyond which a guiltless woman cannot with safety carry her forbearance. If her...




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