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" A few pretty woman, not in the highest rank of the nobility, met at Devonshire House to practise quadrilles, then recently imported from the continent. The establishment of a subscription-ball was suggested, to which none but the very e"lite were to be... "
The victims of society - Strona 168
autor: Marguerite Gardiner (countess of Blessington.) - 1837
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1836
...may serve to illustrate the mode in which this sort of empire was consolidated. A few pretty woman, not in the highest rank of the nobility, met at Devonshire...no arts of solicitation were left untried to avert so horrible a catastrophe. The wives and daughters of the oldest provincial gentry, with pedigrees...
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The Victims of Society, Tom 2

Marguerite Countess of Blessington - 1837
...resistance to a well-organized system of exclusiveness. A few pretty women, not in the highest iank of the nobility, met at Devonshire House, to practise...no arts of solicitation were left untried to avert so teriible a catastrophe. The wives and daughters of the oldest provincial gentry, with pedigrees...
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The great metropolis, by the author of 'Random recollections of the Lords ...

James Grant - 1837
...practise quadrilles, then recently imported from the Continent. The establishment of a subscription ball was suggested, to which none but the very elite were...no arts of solicitation were left untried to avert so horrible a catastrophe. The wives and daughters of the oldest provincial gentry, with pedigrees...
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The Metropolitan, Tom 19

1837
...subscription to be low, with the view of checking the obtrusive vulgarity of wealth. The fancy took, nnd when it transpired that the patronesses had actually...refused a most estimable English duchess, all London hecame mad to be admitted ; exclusion was universally regarded as u positive loss of caste, and no...
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The Quarterly review, Tom 57

1836
...continent. The establishment of a subscription-ball was suggested, to which none but the "very fide were to be admissible ; the subscription to be low,...no arts of solicitation were left untried to avert so horlible a catastrophe. The wives and daughters of the oldest provincial gentry, with pedigrees...
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The Parlour magazine of the literature of all nations, Tom 2

1851
...imported from the Continent. The establishment of a subscription ball was suggested, to which none hut the very elite were to be admissible ; the subscription...no arts of solicitation were left untried to avert so horrible a catastrophe. The wives and daughters Of the oldest provincial gentry, with pedigrees...
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