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A Bad Night
Ambrose Bierce
fare you, sir? THE BODY: Poorly, I thank your ladyship; I miss Some certain fingers and an ear orRate it:

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A Doe In The City
William Makepeace Thackeray
and young, and witty, What has brought your ladyship Rambling to the City? All the Stags in Capel Rate it:

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A Tenant of Mrs. Van Kleeck
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
he-sow's wicked will. When 'twill end your good ladyship need not be told, For Nature is still as sRate it:

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An Epistle To Robert Lloyd, Esq.
William Cowper
the language lives shall last. An't please your ladyship, (quoth I, For 'tis my business to reply);Rate it:

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Black Lizzie
Henry Kendall
nostrils of exceeding size, You are a gem, my ladyship! Here, squatting by the doubtful flame Of Rate it:

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Braid the Raven Hair
William Schwenck Gilbert
the coral lip, Emphasise the grace Of her ladyship! Art and nature, thus allied, Go to make a prettRate it:

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Griselda: A Society Novel In Verse - Chapter V
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
porter, a man of ponderous sense, Averred her ladyship had eastward turned From the front door, andRate it:

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Lord and Lady Derby
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
ears. On one occasion, a ball entered into her ladyship’s chamber, where she and the children were Rate it:

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William Makepeace Thackeray
pain, Came the good Lord Athelstane, When her ladyship married again. Rate it:

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Romance Of A Youngest Daughter
John Crowe Ransom
her womb; “We will have revenge,” her injured Ladyship said, “Henceforth the tightest nunnery be Rate it:

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The Grand Question Debated: Whether Hamilton’s Bawn Should Be Turned Into A Barrack Or Malt-House
Jonathan Swift
not endure so vulgar a taste, As soon as her ladyship call'd to be dress'd, Cried, 'Madam, why sureRate it:

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The Progress Of Marriage
Jonathan Swift
her best. At five the footmen make a din, Her Ladyship is just come in; The Masquerade began at twoRate it:

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The Wishing-Caps
Rudyard Kipling
Largesse, Fortune! What is Your Ladyship's mood? If I have no care foRate it:

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