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Lord Goring merely rang that you should show me out.
LORD GORING bites his lip, and lights his a cigarette.
The world says that Lord Illingworth is very, very wicked.
Dear Lord Illingworth is quite hopeless, Lady Stutfield.
I am afraid you don't appreciate America, Lord Illingworth.
I understand now what Lord Darlington meant by the imaginary instance of the couple not two years married.
Speaking to LORD WINDERMERE] Arthur, if that woman comes here--I warn you -
He speaks of my Lord's constitution, probably weakened in India-- of a cold which my Lord has caught two or three days since-- of the remarkable manner in which such slight things as colds sometimes end in serious illness and death.
A man so distinguished as my Lord cannot be taken seriously ill without medical attendance.
My Lord," said Felton, "the Baron de Winter wrote to you the other day to request you to sign an order of embarkation relative to a young woman named Charlotte Backson.
Pardon, my Lord," said Felton, stopping the duke; "but does your Grace know that the name of Charlotte Backson is not the true name of this young woman?
I have often heard George Mac Turk, Lord Bajazet's eldest son, say that if he had his will when he came to the title, he would do what the sultans do, and clear the estate by chopping off all his younger brothers' heads at once; and so the case is, more or less, with them all.
During the youth of his sons, Lord Steyne, who was a good scholar and amateur casuist, had no better sport in the evening after dinner in the country than in setting the boys' tutor, the Reverend Mr.
My lord, a life so precious as yours must not be put in peril.
Lord George and his secretary quickly dismounting, gave their horses to their servant, who, under the guidance of Hugh, repaired to the stables.