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" In this state he was carried in his chair to the promenade, •where the envious courtiers cruelly rallied, and paid him ironical compliments on his appearance. Cards were the amusement of his death-bed, his hand being held by others ; and they were only... "
THE HISTORY OF FRANCE - Seite 87
von EYRE EVANS CROWE - 1869
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The Christian Observer, Band 31

1832
...much ! ' A few days before hrs death, be caused himself to be dressed, shaved, rouged, and painted. In this state he was carried in his chair to the promenade, where the envious courtiers paid him ironical compliments on his appearance. Cards were the amusement of R his death-bed, his hand...
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The Ladies' museum. New and improved ser., vol.1-3

1831
...murmuring, ' Guenaud has said it ! Guenaud has said it!' A few days before his death, he caused himself to be dressed, shaved, rouged, and painted, ' so that he never looked so fresh and vermilion,' in his lite. In this state he was carried in his chair to the promenade, where the envious courtiers cruelly...
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The Christian Advocate, Band 9

1831
...so much!' A few days before his death, he caused himself to be dressed, shaved, rouged, and painted. In this state he was carried in his chair to the promenade, where the envious courtiers paid him ironical compliments on his appearance. Cards were the amusement of his death-bed, his hand...
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The History of France ...

1845
...a few days before his death he caused himself to be dressed, shaved, rouged, and painted, in which state he was carried in his chair to the promenade, where the courtiers, who had long envied him, paid him ironical compliments on his improved appearance ! Cards,...
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Cyclopedia of Moral and Religious Anecdotes: A Collection of Nearly Three ...

Kazlitt Arvine - 1848 - 891 Seiten
...so much !" A few days before his death he caused himself to be dressed, shaved, rouged and painted. In this state he was carried in his chair to the promenade, where the envious courtiers paid him ironical compliments on his appliance. Cards were the amusement of his death-bed, his hands...
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Cyclopædia of moral and religious anecdotes

Kazlitt Arvine - 1850
...much ! " A few days before his death he caused himself to be dressed, shaved, rouged, and painted. In this state he was carried in his chair to the promenade, where the envious courtiers paid him ironical 'compliments on his appearance. Cards were tie amusement of his death-bed, his lands...
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The history of France, from the earliest period

1852
...that I loved so dearly, and that cost me so much !" A few days before his death, he eaused himself to be dressed, shaved, rouged, and painted, " so that he never looked so fresh and vermillion" in his life. In this state he was csrried in his chair to the promenade, where the envious...
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Cyclopaedia of Moral and Religious Anecdote, with an Introductory Essay by ...

1858 - 380 Seiten
...so much ! " A few days before his death he caused himself to be dressed, shaved, rouged and painted. In this state he was carried in his chair to the promenade, where the envious courtiers paid him ironical compliments on his appearance. Cards were the amusement of his death-bed, his hands...
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The book of days, a miscellany of popular antiquities, Band 1

Robert Chambers - 1862
...it! A few days before his death, he caused himself to be dressed, shaved, rouged, and painted, 'go that he never looked so Fresh and vermilion ' in his...he was carried in his chair to the promenade, where his envious courtiers cruelly rallied him with ironical compliments on his appearance. Cards were the...
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The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany

1865
...farewell. He was very near his end when he determined to make one more public display. He caused himself to be dressed, shaved, rouged, and painted, " so that he never looked so fresh and so vermilion in his life." In this state tho dying man was carried in his chair to the promenade, where...
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