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" ... when she composed her hands to play and her voice to sing, it was joined with that sweetness of countenance that three harmonies concurred ; likewise, when she danced, her rare proportions varied themselves into all the graces that belong either to... "
Pleasure Excursions: as Guides for Making Day's Excursions on the Eastern ... - Page 1
by Felix Summerly - 1847
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Memoirs of the Court of Henry the Eighth, Volume 2

Mrs. A. T. Thomson - Great Britain - 1826
...directed, and her skill in music and dancing was such, that " when she composed her hand to play, and voice to sing, it was joined with that sweetness of...all the graces that belong either to rest or motion. "t * Hill. f Herbert, 451. J Ibid. p. 285. To these acquirements Anne united a taste for reading, which,...
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Memoirs of the Life of Anne Boleyn, Queen of Henry VIII

Elizabeth Benger - 1827 - 56 pages
...propriety of manners, not less rare, and even more seducing than beauty ; insomuch, as Lord Herbert says *, that " when she composed her hands to play and her...concurred : likewise when she danced, her rare proportions carried themselves into all the graces that belong either to rest or motion ; briefly, it seems, the...
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Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest: With ..., Volume 1

Agnes Strickland - Great Britain - 1842
...dancing, insomuch that when she composed her hands to play and her voice to sing, it was joined to that sweetness of countenance that three harmonies...all the graces that belong either to rest or motion. Briefly, it seems that the most attractive perfections were eminent in her. Yet did not our king love...
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The star of the court, or, The maid of honour and queen of England, Anne Boleyn

Selina Bunbury - 1844 - 161 pages
...singular beauty and towardness, that her parents took all possible care of her good education ; therefore besides all the usual branches of virtuous instruction,...all the graces that belong either to rest or motion. Briefly, it seems that the most attractive perfections were eminent in her." At this period Sir Thomas...
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Curiosities of Literature. Edited by H. Mead

Henry Mead - Literary curiosa - 1846 - 230 pages
...brought up, they gave her teachers in playing on musical instruments, singing and dancing ; insomuch, when she composed her hands to play, and her voice...the graces that belong either to rest or motion." Orders being issued by Henry the Eighth, that all strangers should be removed out of the Tower of London,...
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Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest; with Anecdotes of ...

Agnes Strickland - 1850
...singular beauty and towardness that her parents took all possible care for her good education. Therefore, besides all the usual branches of virtuous instruction,...all the graces that belong either to rest or motion. Briefly, it seems that the most attractive perfections were evident in her. Yet did not our king love...
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Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest, Volume 2

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - Queens - 1851
...education. Therefore, besides all the usual branches of virtuous instruction, they gave her teachers iu playing on musical instruments, singing, and dancing,...all the graces that belong either to rest or motion. Briefly, it seems that the most attractive perfections were evident in her. Yet did not our king love...
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Memoirs of the Queens of Henry VIII., and His Mother, Elizabeth of York

Agnes Strickland - Great Britain - 1853 - 420 pages
...singular beauty and towardness that her parents took all possible care for her good education. Therefore, besides all the usual branches of virtuous instruction,...all the graces that belong either to rest or motion. Briefly, it seems that the most attractive perfections were evident in her. Yet did not our king love...
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The Queens of England: A Series of Portraits of Distinguished Female Sovereigns

Agnes Strickland - Queens - 1854 - 323 pages
...singular beauty and towardness that her parents took all possible care for her good education. Therefore, besides all the usual branches of virtuous instruction,...all the graces that belong either to rest or motion. Briefly, it seems that the most attractive perfections were evident in her. Yet did not our king love...
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Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest, Now ..., Volume 2

Agnes Strickland - Queens - 1854
...Therefore, besides all the usual branches of virtuous instruction, they gave her teachers in playing 071 musical instruments, singing, and dancing, insomuch...all the graces that belong either to rest or motion. Briefly, it seems that the most attractive perfections were evident in her. Yet did not our king love...
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