4 edition of Memoirs of the Count de Grammont found in the catalog.
Memoirs of the Count de Grammont
Count Anthony Hamilton
|Statement||Translated by Horace Walpole.|
|LC Classifications||DA447 G7 H263 1928|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 230 p. :|
|Number of Pages||230|
Churchill boasted in all places of the new favour he had received: the d. I went from table to table to see the Bishops and all others at their dinner, and was infinitely pleased with it. But it was chiefly on design to hinder all propositions, that tended to unite us among ourselves. As for the relative situation of the king and Lord Jermyn afterwards St. Armiger was an Esquire to one of the Knights. She knew that the king's disposition was not capable of an obstinate constancy.
He was created Baron Dover inand died without children, at Cheveley, in Cambridgeshire, April 6, He was perpetually in one amour or other, without being very nice in his choice: upon which the king once said, he believed his brother had his mistresses given him by his priests for penance. Minshell to give us some bread, and so we at a stall eat it, as every body else did what they could get. In Julyher husband died, and she soon after married a man of desperate fortune, known by the name of Handsome Fielding, who behaving in a manner unjustifiably severe towards her, she was obliged to have recourse to law for her protection. He was bred about the king, and for many years he had a great ascendant over him; but he spake of him to all persons with that contempt, that at last he drew a lasting disgrace upon himself.
Yet his constant attendance on his master, his easiness to him, and his great suffering for him, raised him to be lord-steward of the household, and lord-lieutenant of Ireland. Robert Sydney died at Penshurst, How this happened, the duke knows not, nor did the chancellor know of this private marriage. He is described by Bussy Rabutin as having "laughing eyes, a well formed nose, a pretty mouth, a little dimple in the chin which gave an agreeable effect to the whole face, a certain finesse in his countenance, and a fairly good stature but for a stoop. Hereupon Count de Grammont, turning towards his wife, who had ever been a very devout lady, told her, Countess, if you don't look to it, Dangeau will juggle you out of my conversion. At the age of seventy-five he had a dangerous illness, during which he became reconciled to the church.
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Hyde Park, every one knows, is the promenade of London. Richard lived much with Memoirs of the Count de Grammont book Cardinal de Bouillon, who was the great protector of the Irish in France, and kept what must have been indeed highly consolatory to many an emigrant of condition a magnificent table, which has been recorded in the most glowing and grateful terms, by that gay companion, and celebrated lover of good cheer, Philippe de Coulanges, who occasionally mentions the "amiable Richard Hamilton" as one of the cardinal's particular intimates.
Her Memoirs of the Count de Grammont book of birth was made up by endowments; and her carriage afterwards became her acquired dignity. This happened in October. The Fortunate Islands, being part of a larger poem written formerly in French, upon the happy inauguration of Charles II.
I come now, therefore, with no other intent than to comfort and to condole with you upon the affliction and grief into which the coldness, or new-fashioned chast. Petronius is then brought forward, as affording some comparison to the Count;—a man of pleasure, giving up the day to sleep, and the night to entertainment; but then, adds La Chapelle, it will be suggested that, such is the perpetual activity of the Count of Grammont's mind, he may be said to sleep neither night nor day; and if Petronius died, the Count seems determined never to die at all.
Here I staid walking up and down, and at last upon one of the side stalls I stood and saw the King come in with all the persons but the soldiers that were yesterday in the cavalcade; and a most pleasant sight it was to see them in their several robes.
In he was sent by Louis XIV. He was naturally eager and revengeful: and was against the taking off any, that set up in an opposition to the measures of the court, and who by that means grew popular in the house of commons.
Gallica, vol. I had the good fortune to make such gallant and flattering exclamations upon that charming disorder as to prevent her being concerned or out of countenance upon it: on the contrary, this subject of my admiration has been frequently since the subject of our conversation, and did not seem to displease her.
Alban's, and Baron of St. The Duchess of Berwick was also his friend. The d. At last I went to King-street, and there sent Crockford to my father's and my house, to tell them I could not come home to-night, because of the dirt, and a coach could not be had.
He has pulled down all that nature raised in him, and built himself up again after a model of his own. Pye's hand till to-morrow to be decided. Which we thought a strange frolic; but these gallants continued there a great while, and I wondered to see how the ladies did tipple.
Henry, Earl of Clarendon, son to the lord-chancellor, was at that time lord-lieutenant of Ireland, and appears, notwithstanding his general distrust and dislike of the Catholics, to have held Anthony Hamilton in much estimation: he speaks of his knowledge of, and constant attention to, the duties of his profession; his probity, and Memoirs of the Count de Grammont book dependance that was to be placed on him, in preference to others of the same religious persuasion, and, in October,wrote to the Earl of Sunderland respecting him, as follows: Memoirs of the Count de Grammont book have only this one thing more to trouble your lordship with at present, concerning Colonel Anthony Hamilton, to get him a commission to command as colonel, though he is but lieutenant-colonel to Sir Thomas Newcomen, in regard of the commands he has had abroad: and I am told it is often done in France, which makes me hope it will not be counted an unreasonable request.
Alban's, who treated her extremely ill, so that, whilst she had not a faggot to warm herself, he had in his apartment a good fire and a sumptuous table. He was constituted, inlord-chamberlain to the queen, and colonel of a regiment of foot, June 13, Nov 30, · Each book is specially crafted after reading complete book in less than 30 pages.
One who wants to get joy of book reading especially in very less time can go for it. ANTONY HAMILTON Memoirs of the Count de Grammont Count Antony Hamilton, soldier, courtier, and author, was born at Roscrea, Tipperary, in Brand: Zhingoora Books.
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