The R-l Brood: Or, An Illustrious Hen and Her Pretty Chickens : a Poem

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E. Wilson, 1813 - 32
 

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Strona 4 - Those who have advised you, sir, to delay so long the period of my daughter's commencing her intercourse with the world-, and for that purpose to make Windsor her residence, appear not to have regarded the interruptions to her education which this arrangement occasions; both by the impossibility of obtaining the attendance of proper teachers, and the time unavoidably consumed in the frequent journies to town, which...
Strona 23 - ... which I set any value,- the society of my Child — involves me in such misery, as I well know your Royal Highness could never inflict upon me if you were aware of its bitterness.
Strona 3 - I willingly hope that your own parental feelings will lead you to excuse the anxiety of mine for impelling me to represent the unhappy consequences which the present system must entail upon our beloved child. " Is it possible, sir, that any one can have attempted to persuade your royal highness, that her character will not be...
Strona 23 - I presume, Sir, to represent to your Royal Highness, that the separation, which every succeeding month is making wider, of the Mother and the Daughter, is equally injurious to my character and to her education. I say nothing of the deep wounds which so cruel an arrangement inflicts upon my feelings, although I would fain hope that few persons will be found of a disposition to think lightly of these.
Strona 21 - JT is with great reluctance that I presume to obtrude myself upon your Royal Highness, and to solicit your attention to matters which may, at first, appear rather of a personal than a public nature. If I could think them so, — if they related merely to myself,— I should abstain from a proceeding which might give uneasiness, or interrupt the more weighty occupations of yotfr Royal Highness's time.
Strona 21 - Highness, and to solicit your attention to matters which may, at first, appear rather of a personal than a public nature. If I could think them so, if they related merely to myself, I should abstain from a proceeding which might give uneasiness, or interrupt the more weighty occupations of your Royal Highness's time ; I should continue in silence and retirement to lead the life which has been prescribed to me, and console myself for the loss of that society...

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