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Memoirs of the Countess D"Anois: written by herself before her retirement. In two volumes. ...
Murat, Henriette Julie de Castelnau comtesse de
|Other titles||Mémoires de Madame la Comtesse D***. English|
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2893, no. 2.|
|Contributions||Aulnoy, Madame d" 1650 or 51-1705|
|The Physical Object|
Book XXIX: Chapter 1: Madame Récamier (Extracts from the material excised from the revision) BkXXIX:Chap1:Sec1. Before passing on to my Rome Embassy, to that Italy, the dream of my days; before continuing my tale, I ought to speak a little more of that woman who will not be lost from sight throughout the rest of these Memoirs.A correspondence is about to be opened between her. MEMOIRS OF MARY ROBINSON. t the period when the ancient city of Bristol was beseiged by Fairfax's army, the troops being stationed on a rising ground in the vicinity of the suburbs, a great part of the venerable minster was destroyed by the cannonading before Prince Rupert surrendered to the enemy; and the beautiful Gothic structure, which at this moment fills the contemplative mind with.
To me the visit was very charming. I was treated with rare sweetmeats, and got possession of a delightful book, a novel in four volumes, called ‘The Invisible Spy’—the heroine of which had, by the favour of an old magician or wonder-maker, acquired the secret of making herself occasionally invisible. She was known as Peter as a child, but later called herself John after her great-grandfather. Her literary output includes poems, songs, and novels, including the award-winning Adam's Breed. She is best known, however, for a later novel, which provoked widespread scandal and was banned in Britain due to its portrayal of a lesbian love affair.
PREFACE. The Memoirs of Panzani, which I now present to the public, have been long witheld, from motives, I think, of a false was an Italian clergyman sent into England by his holiness Urban VIII. in the year , the ninth of Charles I. To compose certain differences, that had long divided the Catholics, particularly those of the clerical order, was the main object of his mission. The two volumes already published contain a history of the Prince's career from to the peace of , given in the three Memoirs he left behind him. These Memoirs do not extend, however, in their completed form beyond the period of the Congress of Vienna, with a brief exception during the closing years of the Prince's life.
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She attracted the attention and support of Ralph Waldo Emerson, and soon found herself a member in the elite literary circles of New York City.But a few years after the death of Louis XV., Madame la Marechale being alone at the Val, a house belonging to M. de Beauvau, Mademoiselle de Dillon saw the Countess's calash take shelter in the forest of St.
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