The Letters of Horace Walpole: Earl of Orford, Том 2

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To Montagu July 2 111 success of the army in the NetherlandsBattle
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To the same Nov 10 Admiral Hawkes victoryMeeting of the new Par
97
LETTER PaOE
107
To the same Aug 11 Anecdotes of the House of VereKitty Clive
121
To the same Dec 2 The Kings returnProspects of a stormy session
134
To the same March 23 Debates on the Military billsJar at Leicester HouseTheodore King of CorsicaThe two black Princes of Anamaboe Spread of M...
147
LETTER PaQE
150
To the same May 17 Duke of Richmonds fireworks in celebration of
155
To the same Feb 7 Flight of the rebelsNew regimentsConfusion
163
To Montagu July 5 Improvements at MistleyVisit to the Prince of Wales
169
To the same Aug 17 Fire at Kensington Palace 176 295 To Montagu Aug 26 Expedition to Arundel CastlePetworthCowdry
178
To the same Nov 17 Walpole is robbed in Hyde ParkRiots at the
185
To the same Feb 25 Ministerial quarrelsDispute of precedenceBon mot of a chairmakerWestminster electionExtraordinary wagerDeath
198
LKTTKR PagK
200
To the same Feb 14 Insurrection in the ClosetThe Pelhams throw up the SealsReconciliation and return to officeHistory of a long
208
To the same May 16 End of the RebellionOld TullybardineLords
214
To the same Oct 18 Treaty of Commerce with SpainMLeans condemna
228
To Mann Feb 9 Debates in Parliament Constitutional queries
241
To the same Feb 23 The OperaDebates on places and pensionsLord Kildares marriagePanciaticiAnecdotes of Lords Holdernesse
244
LETTER PaQE
248
To the same July 16 Mr Conways intended visit to Florence
261

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Стр. 182 - When thou buildest a new house, then thou shalt make a battlement for thy roof, that thou bring not blood upon thine house, if any man fall from thence.
Стр. 228 - Oh let me live my own, and die so too ! (To live and die is all I have to do) Maintain a poet's dignity and ease, And see what friends, and read what books I please: Above a patron, though I condescend Sometimes to call a minister my friend.
Стр. 203 - These are of the more courageous. One woman, still more heroic, is come to town on purpose: she says, all her friends are in London, and she will not survive them. But what will you think of Lady Catherine Pelham, Lady Frances Arundel, and Lord and Lady Galway, who go this evening to an inn ten miles out of town, where they are to play at brag till five in the morning, and then come back — I suppose, to look for the bones of their husbands and families under the rubbish.
Стр. 247 - Had it been his brother, Still better than another. Had it been his sister, No one would have missed her. ' ;' Had it been the whole generation, , , . Still better for the nation. But since 'tis only Fred, Who was alive, and is dead, There's no more to be said.
Стр. 86 - Two delightful roads, that you would call dusty, supply me continually with coaches and chaises: barges as solemn as Barons of the Exchequer move under my window: Richmond Hill and Ham Walks bound my prospect; but thank God! the Thames is between me and the Duchess of Queensberry. Dowagers as plenty as flounders inhabit all around, and Pope's ghost is just now skimming under my window by a most poetical moonlight.
Стр. 87 - ... Chenevixes had tricked it out for themselves : up two pair of stairs is what they call Mr. Chenevix's library, furnished with three maps, one shelf, a bust of Sir Isaac Newton, and a lame telescope without any glasses. Lord John Sackville predecessed me here, and instituted certain games called cricketalia, which have been celebrated this very evening in honour of him in a neighbouring meadow.
Стр. 85 - The house is so small, that I can send it you in a letter to look at : the prospect is as delightful as possible, commanding the river, the town, and Richmond Park ; and being situated on a hill descends to the Thames through two or three little meadows, where I have some Turkish sheep and two cows, all studied in their colours for becoming the view.
Стр. 339 - ... gloomy arches, you come to the hall and staircase, which it is impossible to describe to you, as it is the most particular and chief beauty of the castle. Imagine the walls covered with (I call it paper, but it is really paper painted in perspective to represent) Gothic fretwork : the lightest Gothic balustrade to the staircase, adorned with antelopes (our supporters) bearing shields ; lean windows fattened with rich saints in painted glass, and a vestibule open with three arches on the landing-place,...
Стр. 213 - Orford from the next box, where he was enjoying himself with his petite partie, to help us to mince chickens. We minced seven chickens into a china dish, which Lady Caroline stewed over a lamp with three pats of butter and a flagon of water, stirring, and rattling, and laughing, and we every minute expecting to have the dish fly about our ears. She had brought Betty, the...
Стр. 199 - I rang my bell; my servant came in, frightened out of his senses: in an instant we heard all the windows in the neighbourhood flung up. I got up and found people running into the streets, but saw no mischief done: there has been some; two old houses flung down, several chimneys, and much chinaware. The bells rung in several houses.

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