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" They all have situations in the King's household, from which they receive their pay, while they continue in the service of the Conynghams. They dine every day while in London at St. James's, and when they give a dinner it is cooked at St. James's and... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 12
1875
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The Greville Memoirs: A Journal of the Reigns of King George IV. and King ...

Charles Greville - Great Britain - 1874
...the Conynghams. They dine every day while in London at St. James's, and when they give a dinner it is cooked at St. James's and brought up to Hamilton Place...kitchen for such things as must be heated on the spot. At Windsor the King sees very little of her except of an evening ; he lies in bed half the day or more,...
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Quarterly Review, Volume 138

English literature - 1875
...the present Clerk of the Privy Council is not likely to imitate the bad practices of his predecessor. cooked at St. James's and brought up to Hamilton Place...it could serve no useful purpose to revive. We are subsequent! v told, on the authority of the Duke of Wellington, that ' when the King died, they found...
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The Greville memoirs [pt.1] ed by H. Reeve, Volume 1

Charles Cavendish F. Greville - 1875
...the Conynghams. They dine every day while in London at St. James's, and when they give a dinner it is cooked at St. James's and brought up to Hamilton Place...kitchen for such things as must be heated on the spot. At Windsor the King sees very little of her except of an evening ; he lies in bed half the day or more,...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumes 61-62

Henry Allon - 1875
...James's, and when they give a dinner it is cooked at St. James's, and brought up to Hamilton-place in hackney coaches and in machines made expressly...kitchen for such things as must be heated on the spot. At Windsor the King sees very little of her, except of an evening ; he lies in his bed half the day...
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The Private Life of a King: Embodying the Suppressed Memoirs of the Prince ...

John Banvard - 1875 - 672 pages
...day, while in London, at St. James' Palace, and when they give a dinner it is cooked at St. James' and brought up to Hamilton Place in hackney coaches,...expressly for the purpose. There is merely a fire lit in the kitchen for such things as must be heated on the spot. At Windsor the King sees very little of...
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The Living Age, Volume 124

1875
...tiny give a dinner it is cooked at St. James's and brought op to Hamilton Place in hackney-coaches and in machines made expressly for the purpose ; there is merely a fire lit in their kitchen for such thing as must be heated on the spot. These details, like the story of the loaded waggons leaving Windsor...
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THE GREVILLE MEMOIRS. A JOURNAL OF THE REIGNS OF KING GEORGE IV. AND KING ...

CHARLES C.F. GREVILLE - 1875
...they give a dinner, it is cooked at St. James's and brought tip to Hamilton Place in hackney-coaches and in machines made expressly for the purpose ; there is merely a fire lit in their kitchen for vsuch things as must be heated on the spot. At Windsor the King sees very little of her except of an...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 61

Christianity - 1875
...up to Hamilton-place in hackney coaches '"id in machines made expressly for the purpose ; there ia merely a fire lit in their kitchen for such things as must be heated on the spot. At Windsor the King sees very little of her, except of an evening ; he lies in bis bed half the day...
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Court Life Below Stairs: Or, London Under the First Georges, L714-1760

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - Great Britain - 1883
...they give a dinner, it is cooked at St. James's and brought up to Hamilton Place in hackney-coaches, and in machines made expressly for the purpose ; there...kitchen for such things as must be heated on the spot. A more despicable scene cannot be exhibited than that which the interior of our Court presents —...
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Court Life Below Stairs: Or, London Under the First Georges, 1714-1760, Volume 4

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - Great Britain - 1883
...they give a dinner, it is cooked at St. James's and brought up to Hamilton Place in hackney-coaches, and in machines made expressly for the purpose ; there...kitchen for such things as must be heated on the spot. A more despicable scene cannot be exhibited than that which the interior of our Court presents —...
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