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" M'Namara had with the prince on this occasion, the latter declared that it was not a violent passion, or indeed* any particular regard which attached him to Mrs. Walkenshaw, and that he could see her removed from him without any concern, but he would... "
Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, Etc - Page 8
edited by - 1819
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Tales of a grandfather

Walter Scott - 1848 - 500 pages
...for an opportunity of deserting with honour a cause which was become hopeless.1 1 [ "When Macnamara returned to London, and reported the Prince's answer...astonished and confounded. However, they soon resolved Before this general defection, some intrigues had been set on foot in behalf of Charles, but always...
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Tales of a Grandfather: Scotland

Walter Scott - 1836 - 462 pages
...for an opportunity of deserting with honour a cause which was become hopeless.1 1 [ "When Macnamara returned to London, and reported the Prince's answer...astonished and confounded. However, they soon resolved Before this general defection, some intrigues had been set on foot in behalf of Charles, but always...
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The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Tales of a grandfather

Walter Scott - 1836 - 476 pages
...for an opportunity of deserting with honour a cause which was become hopeless.1 1 | "When Macnamara returned to London, and reported the Prince's answer...they were astonished and confounded. However, they eoon resolved Before this general defection, some intrigues had been set on foot in behalf of Charles,...
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History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-la-Chaoelle ...

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl.) - 1838 - 672 pages
...no violent passion for Miss Walkinshaw, and could see her removed from him without concern, but that he would not receive directions in respect to his private conduct from any man alive. In vain did Mr. Mac Namara try every method of persuasion, and frequent renewals of his argument. Charles...
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History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of ..., Volume 3

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1838 - 680 pages
...no violent passion for Miss Walkinshaw, and could see her removed from him without concern, but that he would not receive directions in respect to his private conduct from any man alive. In vain did Mr. Mac Namara try every method of persuasion, and frequent renewals of his 'argument....
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A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans, Volume 3

James Browne - 1838 - 538 pages
...removed from him without any concern ; but that he would not receive directions for the regulation of his private conduct from any man alive. When M'Namara returned to London and reported Charles's answer to the gentlemen who had sent him to Paris, many of whom were persons of the first...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 63

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1839 - 602 pages
...no violent passion for Miss Walkiushaw, and could see her removed from him without concern, but that he would not receive directions in respect to his private conduct from any man alive. In vain did Mr. MacNamara try every method of persuasion, arid frequent renewals of his argument. Charles...
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History of England: From the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix ..., Volume 2

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1841 - 464 pages
...no violent passion for Miss Walkinshaw, and could see her removed from him without concern, but that he would not receive directions in respect to his private conduct from any man alive. In vain did Mr. MacNamara try every method of persuasion, and frequent renewals of his argument. Charles...
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The Pictorial History of England During the Reign of George the Third: Being ...

George Lillie Craik, Charles MacFarlane - 1841 - 834 pages
...through so many ages ?" He told Macnamara that he had no violent passion for Mrs. Walkenshaw, but that he would not receive directions in respect to his private conduct from any man alive. The northern mistress, indeed, was not a very attractive person ; she had no elegance of manners, and,...
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Memoirs of Prince Charles Stuart: (count of Albany) Commonly ..., Volume 2

Karl Ludwig Klose - 1845 - 416 pages
...a violent passion or indeed any particular regard,* which attached him to Mrs. Walkenshaw, and that he could see her removed from him without any concern;...respect to his private conduct from any man alive. * I believe he spoke truth when he declared he had no esteem for his northern mistress, although she...
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