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" Some blamed, others praised him for his courage. The king said he had put off this excursion for more than five years, because he was aware that it would be attended with infinite trouble, and told the prince that he ought to have had but two tables,... "
Chambers's Edinburgh Journal - Seite 123
1841
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One Hundred Romances of Real Life

Leigh Hunt - 1843 - 132 Seiten
...what had happened, who was just at his wits end about it. The duke wept, for his Burgundy journey all depended upon Vatel. The prince related the whole affair to his majesty with great concern. It was looked upon as the consequence of a too nice sense of honour in his way : some...
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The Living Age ..., Band 36

1853
...acquaint the prince with what had happened. He was quite in despair. The duke wept, for the Burgundy journey depended upon Vatel. The prince related the...considered as the consequence of too nice a sense of honor. Some blamed, others praised him for his courage. The king said he had put off this excursion...
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Chambers's Repository of Instructive and Amusing Tracts

...acquaint the prince with what had happened. He was quite in despair. The duke wept, for his Burgundy journey depended upon Vatel. The prince related the...excursion for more than five years, because he was aware it would be attended with infinite trouble, and told the prince that he ought to have had but two tables,...
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Chambers's pocket miscellany, Bände 19-21

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1853
...acquaint the prince with what had happened, who was like a man in despair. The duke wept, for his Burgundy journey depended upon Vatel. The prince related the...infinite trouble, and told the prince that he ought to have had but two tables, and not have been at the expense of so many, and declared he would never VOL....
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Band 28

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1853
...acquaint the prince with what had happened. He was quite in despair. The duke wept, for his Burgundy journey depended upon Vatel. The prince related the...considered as the consequence of too nice a sense of honor ; some blamed, others praised him for his courage. The king said he had put off this excursion...
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Chambers's Pocket Miscellany, Band 10

1854
...acquaint the prince with what had happened, who was like a man in despair. The duke wept, for his Burgundy journey depended upon Vatel. The prince related the...off this excursion for more than five years, because ho was aware that it would be attended with infinite trouble, and told the prince that he ought to...
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Chambers's Pocket Miscellany, Bände 19-20

1854
...acquaint the prince with what had happened, who was like a man in despair. The duke wept, for his Burgundy journey depended upon Vatel. The prince related the...sense of honour. Some blamed, others praised him for courage. The king said he had put off this excursion 'for more than five years, because he was aware...
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Entertaining Biography, from Chamber's Repository

1855
...despair. The duke wept, for his Burgundy journey depended upon Vatel. The prince related the whole aftair to his majesty with an expression of great concern....excursion for more than five years, because he was aware it would be attended with infinite trouble, and told the prince that he ought to have had but two tables,...
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The Letters of Madame De Sévigné: To Her Daughter and Friends

Marie de Rabutin-Chantal marquise de Sévigné - 1856 - 438 Seiten
...acquaint the prince with what had happened, who was like a man in despair. The duke wept, for his Burgundy journey depended upon Vatel. The prince related the...considered as the consequence of too nice a sense of honor ; some blamed, others praised him for his courage. The king said he had put off this excursion...
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French Society from the Fronde to the Great Revolution, Band 1

Henry Barton Baker - 1874
...A messenger was immediately despatched to acquaint the Duke with what had happened. The Duke wept. The Prince related the whole affair to his Majesty...; some blamed, others praised him for his courage. . . . However, Gourville endeavoured to supply the loss of Vatel, which he did in a great measure....
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