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Letters between an illustrious personage and a lady of honour, at B*******

George IV King of Great Britain

Letters between an illustrious personage and a lady of honour, at B*******

by George IV King of Great Britain

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Published by printed at the Logographic Press, and sold by J. Walter, J. Stockdale, Scatchard and Whitaker, W. Richardson, and M. Wilson in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 5148, no. 1.
ContributionsFitzherbert, Maria Anne, 1756-1837.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4],xv,[1],87,[1]p.
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16999980M

  Idly searching The Times archive looking for something juicy, I happened upon an item in the issue of 4 November which looked intriguing. It began: “The following is extracted from a Volume just published, intitled, LETTERS between an Illustrious PERSONAGE and a LADY of HONOUR at B. A style of office or form/manner of address, is an official or legally recognized form of address, and may often be used in conjunction with a title. A style, by tradition or law, precedes a reference to a person who holds a post or political office, and is sometimes used to refer to the office honorific can also be awarded to an individual in a personal capacity.

The first volume of Lady Duff Gordon's 'Letters from Egypt' was published by Messrs. Macmillan and Co. in May, , with a preface by her mother, Mrs. Austin, who edited them, and was obliged to omit much that might have given offence and made my mother's life uncomfortable--to say the least--in Egypt. In the Synoptic Gospels, Peter (then Simon) was a fisherman along with his brother, Andrew, and the sons of Zebedee, James and Gospel of John also depicts Peter fishing, even after the resurrection of Jesus, in the story of the Catch of Matthew and Mark, Jesus called Simon and his brother Andrew to be "fishers of men" (Matthew –19, Mark –17).Church: Early Christian Great Church.

LETTERS by Thomas Jefferson. A YOUTH OF SIXTEEN. _To John Harvie_ _Shadwell, Jan. 14, _ SIR, -- I was at Colo. Peter Randolph's about a Fortnight ago, & my Schooling falling into Discourse, he said he thought it would be to my Advantage to go to the College, & was desirous I should go, as indeed I am myself for several Reasons. In the first. ALter ferè mensis est quòd votis omnibus expetitum munus Epistolas tuas accepimus: neque tamen intereà temporis ab officio cessavimus, sed vel in honore Nuncupationis nos jactavimus, vel obstupuimus in admiratione Operis, in quo multa tam acutè, tam aptè, tam elegantèr exponis, ne nec Venus, aut Lepor aliquid addant. Scilicèt hoc demùm animi, hoc consilii, hoc ingenii tui, hoc ejus est.


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EBook PDF: Bytes. Madam. I Humbly beg Leave these Letters may appear in an English Dress, under the Protection of your Name; whose Accuracy in the Original, justly Intitles you to this Dedication; and whose Advantagious Birth, Greatness of Mind, and Uncommon Improvements, exact a Veneration from the most Invidious; and render you an Illustrious Ornament of your Sex.

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