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" Sir Charles Lee, by his first lady, had only one daughter, of which she died in childbirth ; and when she died, her sister, the lady Everard, desired to have the education of the child ; and she was by her very well educated till she was marriageable... "
The Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c - Page 223
1824
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The Nic-Nac; or, oracle of knowledge, Volume 4

1826
...daughter, of which she died in child-bed. When she died, her sister, the Lady Everard, desired to have the child, and she was, by her, very well educated, till she was mar. riageable. A match was concluded;, for her with Sir William Perkins, but was then prevented in...
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Accredited Ghost Stories

T. M. Jarvis - Ghosts - 1823 - 235 pages
...afterwards published by Mr. Beaumont in his Treatise of Spirits :— Sir Charles Lee, by his first lady, had only one daughter, of which she died in childbirth; and when she died, her sister, the Lady Everard desired to have the education of the child; and she was by her very...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1825
...loncester, from the recital of the young lady's father. " ' Sir Charles Lee, by his first lady, had only one daughter, of which she died in childbirth ; and when she was dead, her sister, the Lady " * There are some courageoui individuals, however, to whom the censure of Scot cannot apply. Baxter...
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Demonologia; or, Natural knowledge revealed, by J.S.F.

J S. Forsyth - Demonology - 1827 - 438 pages
...Gloucester, from the recital of the young lady's father. " Sir Charles Lee, by his first lady, had only one daughter, of which she died in child-birth;...and she was by her very well educated, till she was mar" riageable, and a match was concluded for her with Sir William Perkins, but was then prevented...
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The Metropolitan, Volume 17

English literature - 1836
...from the recital of the young lady's father. " Sir Charles Lee, of Bilhslee, by his first lady, had only one daughter, of which she died in childbirth,...Everard, desired to have the education of the child, and accordingly she was by her well educated, und when she was marriageable, a match was concluded for...
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The Life and Adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell: In One Volume. To which are ...

Daniel Defoe - Deaf - 1841 - 27 pages
...of Gloucester himself. It is as follows, word for word : — Sir Charles Lee, by his first lady, had only one daughter, of which she died in childbirth ; and when she died, her sister, the lady Everard, desired to have the education of the child ; and she was by her...
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The works of Daniel De Foe [ed.] by W. Hazlitt, Volume 2

Daniel Defoe - 1841
...Bishop of Gloucester himself, k is as follows, word for word : Sir Charles Lee, by his first lady, had only one daughter, of which she died in' childbirth; and when she died, her sister, the Lady Everard. desired to have the education of the child ; and she was by her...
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The Life and Adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell: to which are added, The Dumb ...

Daniel Defoe - 1841
...of Gloucester himself. It is as follows, word for word : — Sir Charles Lee, by his first lady, had only one daughter, of which she died in childbirth ; and when she died, her sister, the lady Everard, desired to have the education of the child ; and she was by her...
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The Night-side of Nature; Or, Ghosts and Ghost-seers

Catherine Crowe - Ghosts - 1850 - 451 pages
...granted — the fact is attempted to be explained away : — , " Sir Charles Lee, by his first lady, had only one daughter, of which she died in childbirth...desired to have the education of the child, and she was very well educated till she was marriageable, and a match was concluded for her with Sir W. Parkins,...
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Dream Land and Ghost Land: Visits and Wanderings There in the Nineteenth Century

Edwin Paxton Hood - Dreams - 1852 - 232 pages
...of Gloucester, from the lips of the young lady's father. " Sir Charles Lee, by his first lady, had only one daughter, of which she died in childbirth,...desired to have the education of the child, and she was very well educated till she was marriageable, and a match was concluded for her with Sir W. Parkins,...
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