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" It is plain that Lord Nelson thinks of nothing but Lady Hamilton, who is totally occupied by the same object. She is bold, forward, coarse, assuming, and vain. Her figure is colossal, but, excepting her feet, which are hideous, well shaped. Her bones... "
Mornings of the Recess, 1861-4 - Page 304
1864
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Journal Kept During a Visit to Germany in 1799, 1800

Melesina Chenevix St. George Trench - 1861 - 97 lehte
...of Rasselas,* and Private Life of the Romans.^ Oct. 3.— Dined at Mr. Elliot's with only the Nelson party. It is plain that Lord Nelson thinks of nothing...colossal, but, excepting her feet, which are hideous, well shaped. Her bones are large, and she is exceedingly embonpoint. She resembles the bust of Ariadne...
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The Quarterly Review, 111. köide

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray IV, Sir William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1862
...Dined at Mr. Elliot's, with only the Nelson party. It is plain that Lord Nelson thinks of nothing hut Lady Hamilton, who is totally occupied by the same...colossal, but, excepting her feet, which are hideous, well shaped. Her bones are large, and she is exceedingly embonpoint. She resembles the bust of Ariadne...
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The London Quarterly Review, 111–112. köide

1862
...Dined at Mr. Elliot's, with only the Nelson party. It is plain that Lord Nelson thinks of nothing bat Lady Hamilton, who is totally occupied by the same...colossal, but, excepting her feet, which are hideous, well shaped. Her bones are large, and she is exceedingly embonpoint. She resembles the bust of Ariadne:...
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The Quarterly Review, 111. köide

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray IV, Sir William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1862
...Kasselas " and " Private Life of the Eomans." ' Od. 3. — Dined at Mr. Elliot's, with only the Nelson party. It is plain that Lord Nelson thinks of nothing but Lady Hamilton, who is totally occupied by tho same object. Sho is bold, forward, coarse, assuming, and vain. Her figure is colossal, but, excepting...
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The story of Theodore of Corsica. Lady Hamilton. The beautiful Gunnings. The ...

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - 1883
...of the "doings" that went on at this time. " Oct. 3. — Dined at Mr. Elliot's, with only the Nelson party. It is plain that Lord Nelson thinks of nothing...same object. She is bold, forward, coarse, assuming, aud vain. Her figure is colossal, but, excepting her feet, which are hideous, well-shaped. Her bones...
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Temple bar, conducted by G.A. Sala, 72. köide

Temple almanack - 1884
...treated them to some sharp adverse criticism. " Lady Hamilton," writes this lady in her journal, " is bold, forward, coarse, assuming, and vain. Her...colossal, but — excepting her feet, which are hideous — well shaped. Her bones are large, and she is exceedingly embonpoint. She resembles the bust of...
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Nelson and His Companions in Arms

John Knox Laughton - 1896 - 351 lehte
...corroborated by other and more partial testimony. Under date 8th October she says : — " Lady Hamilton is bold, forward, coarse, assuming, and vain. Her...colossal, but, excepting her feet, which are hideous, well shaped. Her bones are large, and she is exceedingly embonpoint '.l She resembles the bust of Ariadne....
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 183. köide

1896
...or the severer judgement of Sir Gilbert Elliot. Under date October 3, she says : — ' Lady Hamilton is bold, forward, coarse, assuming, and vain. Her...colossal, but, excepting her feet, which are hideous, well shaped. Her bones are large, and she is exceedingly embonpoint. She resembles the bust of Ariadne...
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The Scottish Review, 30. köide

1897
...gold before him, and generally go to sleep, Lady Hamilton taking from his heap without counting. . . It is plain that Lord Nelson thinks of nothing but...Lady Hamilton, who is totally occupied by the same subject. Lord Nelson i» a little man, without any dignity, who, I suppose, must resemble what Suwarrow...
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Some Fair Hibernians, Being a Supplementary Volume to "Some Celebrated Irish ...

Frances A. Gerard - 1897 - 279 lehte
...Hamilton is not flattering, and hardly coincides with the lovely delineations with which we are familial-. "She is bold, forward, coarse, assuming and vain;...colossal, but excepting her feet, which are hideous, well shaped; her bones are large, and she is exceedingly embonpoint; the shape of all her features...
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