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" Journal, which is a very extraordinary production *, and of a most melancholy truth in all that regards high life in England. I know, or knew personally, most of the personages and societies which he describes ; and after reading his remarks, have the... "
The works of Thomas Moore - Page 308
by Thomas Moore - 1832
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 2

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Poets, English - 1831 - 576 pages
...rather, how are you ' I return the Count • **s Journal, which is a very extraordinary production,* and of a most melancholy truth in all that regards...personally, most of the personages and societies which he de•cribes ; and after reading his remarks have the sensation fresh upon me as if I had seen them...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 2

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - English letters - 1831 - 572 pages
...rather, how are you ? I return the Count • "s Journal, which is a very extraordinary production,* and of a most melancholy truth in all that regards...sensation fresh upon me as if I had seen them yesterday. 1 would however plead in behalf of some few exceptions, which I will mention by-and-by. The most •...
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Life and journals [&c.].

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1831 - 622 pages
...requisite to have figured in his hrother-in-law's ancestor's Memoirs." and of a most melancholy tmth in all that regards high life in England. I know, or knew, personally, most of the personages and tot ii-ties which he descrihes ; and after reading his remarks have the sensation fresh upon me as...
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The works of lord Byron: with his letters and journals, and his ..., Volume 6

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1832 - 452 pages
...rather, how are you ? I return the Count * * 's Journal, which is a very extraordinary production *, and of a most melancholy truth in all that regards...most singular thing is, how he should have penetrated not the fact, but the mystery of the English ennui, at two-and-twenty. I was about the same age when...
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The Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals,

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1833 - 440 pages
...rather, how are you ? I return the Count * *'s Journal, which is a very extraordinary production *, and of a most melancholy truth in all that regards...most singular thing is, how he should have penetrated not the fact, but the mystery of the English ennui, at two-and-twenty. 1 was about the same age when...
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Letters and journals [&c.].

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1833 - 678 pages
...rather, how are you ? I ' return the Count * *'s Journal, which is a very ex' traordinary production *, and of a most melancholy ' truth in all that regards...plead ' in behalf of some few exceptions, which I will men' tion by and by. The most singular thing is, how he ' should have penetrated not the fact, but...
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Letters & Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 3

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - English letters - 1833 - 674 pages
...rather, how are you ? I ' return the Count * *'s Journal, which is a very ex' traordinary production *, and of a most melancholy ' truth in all that regards...plead ' in behalf of some few exceptions, which I will men' tion by and by. The most singular thing is, how he ' should have penetrated not the fact, but...
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Letters & Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 3

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - English letters - 1833 - 684 pages
...seen them yesterday. I would however plead ' in behalf of some few exceptions, which I will men' tion by and by. The most singular thing is, how he ' should have penetrated not the fact, but the mystery ' of the English ennui, at two-and-twenty. I was ' about the same age...
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The Works of George Byron: With His Letters and Journals, and His Life, Volume 6

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1835 - 446 pages
...rather, how are you ? I return the Count * * 's Journal, which is a very extraordinary production *, and of a most melancholy truth in all that regards...most singular thing is, how he should have penetrated not the fact, but the mystery of the English ennui, at two-and-twenty. 1 was about the same age when...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist

English literature - 1852 - 524 pages
...Lord Blessington as follows: " I retnrn the Count's Journal, which is a very extraordinary production, and of a most melancholy truth in all that regards...behalf of some few exceptions, which I will mention by-and-by. The most singular thing is how he should penetrated, not the fact, but the mystery of the...
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