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" Dresden?' said Madame de Schulembourg. 'At this moment, decidedly Dresden,' replied her companion. 'Ah! that is a compliment,' said Madame de Schulembourg, after a moment's musing. ' My dear Mr. Walstein,' she continued, looking up with an arch expression,... "
The Honey-moon - Σελίδα 21
των Marguerite Countess of Blessington - 1837
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The Court Magazine and Monthly Critic, and Lady's Magazine and ..., Τόμος 22

1833
...Constantinople or Dresden ?" said Madame de Schulembourg. " At this moment decidedly Dresden," replied lier companion. " Ah ! that is a compliment," said Madame...gratitude for three hours of endurable existence." " You knowthat you are my patient," rejoined Madame de Schulembourg. " I have orders to cure your melancholy....

Court Magazine, and Monthly Critic: Containing Original Papers, by ..., Τόμος 3

1833
...decidedly Dresden," replied her companion. " Ah ! that is a compliment," said Madame de Schulemhourg, after a moment's musing. " My dear Mr. Walstein,"...compliment," replied Walstein. " It was a sincere and hecoming trihute of gratitude for three hours of endurahle existence." " You know that you are my patient,"...

The English Annual for ...

1837
...moment's musing. " My dear Mr. Walstein," she continued, looking up with an arch expression, " never p&y me compliments." " You mistake me : it was not a compliment,"...tribute of gratitude for three hours of endurable existence.1'' " You know that you are my patient," rejoined Madame de Schulembourg. " I have orders...

The English Annual, for ...

1837
...Which do you like best, Mr. Walstein, Constantinople or Dresden ? " said Madame de Schiilembourg. " At this moment decidedly Dresden," replied her companion....are my patient," rejoined Madame de Schulembourg. " J have orders to cure your melancholy. I am very successful in such complaints." " I have no doubt...

The Honey-moon, Τόμοι 1-2

Marguerite Countess of Blessington - 1837
...decidedly Dresden," replied her companion. " Ah ! that is a compliment," said Madame de SchuTembourg, after a moment's musing. " My dear Mr. Walstein,"...with an arch expression, " never pay me compliments." bute of gratitude for three hours of endurable existence." " You know that you are my patient," rejoined...

The Works of Benjamin Disraeli: Henrietta Temple, v. 2. The carrier pigeon ...

Benjamin Disraeli - 1904
...trees, and in the distance were vast beds of tall fern, tinged with the first rich hues of autumn. (76) 'Here, Mr. Walstein,' said Caroline, 'with your permission,...cure your melancholy. I am very successful in such complaints.' 'I have no doubt of it,' replied Walstein, with a slight bow. ' If we could but find out...




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