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His lordship is engaged at present with Lord Caversham, madam.
I thank heaven poor Lord Radley died without knowing that I betrayed him.
Why, it was from Melthorpe, which is only two miles from here, that Lady Belton eloped with Lord Fethersdale.
I am afraid, Caroline, that dear Lord Illingworth doesn't value the moral qualities in women as much as he should.
You don't think it will rain, Lord Darlington, do you?
Dear Lord Darlington, how thoroughly depraved you are!
She protests that she does not reciprocate my Lord's admiration for her.
Henry paused between the First and Second Acts; reflecting, not on the merits of the play, but on the strange resemblance which the incidents so far presented to the incidents that had attended the disastrous marriage of the first Lord Montbarry.
Patrick, who knew Lord de Winter was in affairs of the service, and in relations of friendship with the duke, gave the preference to the one who came in his name.
"Lieutenant Felton, from Lord de Winter," said Patrick.
It must be an egregious defect indeed, which could make me backward on this occasion." "Nay, my lord," answered she, "I am so far from doubting you, I am much more inclined to doubt my own courage; for I must run a monstrous risque.
In the pride of her beauty she had been married--sold, it was said--to Lord Gaunt, then at Paris, who won vast sums from the lady's brother at some of Philip of Orleans's banquets.
"The humiliations," Tom used to say, "which that woman has been made to undergo, in her own house, have been frightful; Lord Steyne has made her sit down to table with women with whom I would rather die than allow Mrs.
'I would submit, my lord, then,' returned the person he appealed to, in a silky tone, 'that your health and spirits--so important, under Providence, to our great cause, our pure and truthful cause'-- here his lordship pulled off his hat again, though it was raining hard--'require refreshment and repose.'
'Go on before, landlord, and show the way,' said Lord George Gordon; 'we will follow at a footpace.'