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|A Social History William Polk. get a cleanliness lecture and escape ... I flew down |
the back stairs, pursued by Mom, and dashed up the front stairs, through the
bedrooms and down the back stairs again. In panic, I didn't know what was ...
|... their discourse, it seems, when they are alone, is so base and sordid, that it |
makes the eares of the very gentlemen of the back stairs (I think he called them)
to tingle to hear it spoke in the King's hearing ; and that must be very bad indeed.
|Containing a Multiplicity of Historical Facts Not Generally Known, with Anecdotes, |
and Secret History, of the Courts of ... chamber, back-stairs, and the cabinet, the
comptrollers, clerks of the kitchen, overseers of the wardrobe, of the library, ...
|with memoirs of the presidents Charles Richard Weld ... In the third story are two |
chambers with closets, for the Curators, and back stairs by them, which lead from
the bottom to the top ; one of the chambers being over the ante-room, looking ...
|“In the third story are two chambers with closets, for the Curators, and back stairs |
by them, which lead from the bottom to the top; one of the chambers being over
the ... The fourth story is the timbers of the roof; 212 HISTORY or [l665—70.
|Four pages of the backstairs, two of whom were Germans, the other two English, |
suspected of divulging or transmitting information to Carlton House during the
critical periods of the King's malady, received their dismission. So did the Marquis
|The Former Containing Anecdotes, and Secret History, of the Courts of Charles II. |
and James II. ... chamber, back-stairs, and the cabinet, the comptrollers, clerks of
the kitchen, overseers of the wardrobe, of the library, purveyors, with infinite ...
1767 - 531 pages
|Including the Military and Political History of Great-Britain, During that Period ... |
There were also sour pages of the back stairs two pages of the presence, four
table-keepers, a sempstress and a laundress, a clerk of the stables, four
|Affecting to consider Pitt as a mere Creature of secret Influence, the Child of the |
back Stairs, Fox treated Bankes's reiterated Protestations in the Name of the
Chancellor of the Exchequer, with the most insulting and contemptuous Levity or