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Yes," murmured Lord Henry, settling his button-hole in his coat; "and when they grow older they know it.
Dorian Gray does not belong to Blue Books, Uncle George," said Lord Henry languidly.
said Lord de Winter in his turn, fixing his eyes on those of Milady.
Whatever command she had over herself, Milady could not help starting; and as in pronouncing the last words Lord de Winter placed his hand upon the arm of his sister, this start did not escape him.
My lord," said La Ramee, "if you will take a bit of good advice, don't put that off till you are old.
I I mind them no more than that " and he snapped his fingers; "but it is my Lord Giulio who cares about them; as an Italian he is superstitious.
I am sure she would, Lady Hunstanton, if she knew Lord Illingworth had made me such an offer.
My lord, in the first place, promise me secrecy and indulgence.
Cheveley, allow me to introduce to you Lord Goring, the idlest man in London.
I should be sorry to have to quarrel with you, Lord Darlington.
The amiable and wealthy Lord offers a third loan; but the scrupulous Countess positively refuses to take it.
Now, curse me, if you ain't a real, deyvlish, downright, thorough- paced friend,' said the young lord, on whom this speech had produced a most reviving effect.
This business, she rightly I think concluded, that she should by no means forward by mixing in the company while they were together; she therefore ordered her servants, that when my lord was going, they should tell him she desired to speak with him; and employed the intermediate time in meditating how best to accomplish a scheme, which she made no doubt but his lordship would very readily embrace the execution of.
It conducts to the famous petits appartements of Lord Steyne --one, sir, fitted up all in ivory and white satin, another in ebony and black velvet; there is a little banqueting-room taken from Sallust's house at Pompeii, and painted by Cosway--a little private kitchen, in which every saucepan was silver and all the spits were gold.
I heard my lord, sir,' said the man, sitting like a statue on his horse.