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" He said, it was a wicked thing to make a poor lady miserable, only because she was his wife, and had no children by him, which was no fault of hers. "
Monthly Packet - Página 440
1887
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The Queen: The Conspiracies of 1806 and 1813, Against the Princess of Wales ...

William Carey - 1820 - 139 páginas
...with some principles to carry an act of divorce. The king would not hear of it, saying, ' 'Twas wicked to make a poor lady miserable only because she was his wife, and had had no children by him, which was not her fault. As if indeed he did not make her miserable enough...
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The Retrospective Review, Volumen7

1823
...the king about stealing her away, and sending her to a plantation. — But the king had said " it was a wicked thing to make a poor lady miserable, only because she was his wife, and had no children by him, which was no fault of her's."-j" But it was during the heat of the popish plot, that his conduct...
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed ..., Volumen1

Gilbert Burnet - 1823 - 16 páginas
...desertion. Sir Robert Murray told me, that the king himself rejected this with horror. He said, it was a wicked thing to make a poor lady miserable, only because she was his wife, and had no children by him, which was no fault of hers. The hints of this broke out : for the duke of Buckingham could...
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Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1823
...the king about stealing her away, and sending her to a plantation. — But the king had said " it was a wicked thing to make a poor lady miserable, only because she was his wife, and had no children by him, which was no fault of her's."f But it was during the heat of the popish plot, that his conduct...
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The Retrospective Review, Volumen7

1823
...the king about stealing her away, and sending her to a plantation. — But the king had said " it was a wicked thing to make a poor lady miserable, only because she was his wife, and had no children by him, which was no fault of her's."f But it was during the heat of the popish plot, that his conduct...
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time, Volumen1

Gilbert Burnet - 1833
...Sir Robert Mur- 1 668. ray told me, that the king himself rejected this with horror. He said, it was a wicked thing to make a poor lady miserable, only because she was his wife, and had no children by him, which was no fault of hers. The hints of this broke out : for the duke of Buckingham could...
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Memoirs of the Beauties of the Court of Charles the Second: With ..., Volumen1

Mrs. Jameson (Anna) - 1838 - 21 páginas
...fair fame, had it not been unimpeachable. The King rejected this idea with horror, saying, " it was a wicked thing to make a poor lady miserable, only because she was his wife and had no children, which was not her fault." In that age, when satire was " worn to rags and scribbled out of fashion,"...
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Lives of the queens of England, from the Norman conquest. By A ..., Volumen8

Agnes Strickland - 1845
...Murray told me," pursues Burnet, " that the king himself rejected this with horror. He said it was a wicked thing to make a poor lady miserable only because she was his wife, and had no children by him, which was no fault of hers." Buckingham next suggested that her majesty's confessor should...
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - 1846 - 546 páginas
...Buckingham proposed to steal her away and send her to a plantation; but Charles declined it, saying " It was a wicked thing to make a poor lady miserable, only because she was his wife, and had no children by him, which was no fault of hers." From the very commencement of Charles's reign, his thoughtless...
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Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest, Volumen8

Agnes Strickland - 1848
...Murray told me," pursues Burnet, " that the king himself rejected this with horror. He said it was a wicked thing to make a poor lady miserable only because she was his wife, and had no children by him, which was no fault of hers." Buckingham next suggested that her majesty's confessor should...
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