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The Ruin of a Princess by Marie Thérèse of France

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How ungrateful to an honest man! I hope that with time and steadily sustained conduct we may recover the affection of the Parisians, who have only been misled.

  • On one occasion, when the Bishop of Alais made her a fulsome speech of admiration, she said, blushing, that he judged her far too favourably.

  • Her figure was not tall, neither had her bearing that majesty which was so much admired in the queen; her nose had the shape which is characteristic of the Bourbon face; but her forehead with its pure lines giving to her countenance its marked character of nobleness and candour, her dark blue eyes with their penetrating sweetness, her mouth with its smile that showed her pretty teeth, and the expression of intelligence and goodness that pervaded her whole person formed a charming and sympathetic presence.

  • I will do what you wish if there is a question of it.




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