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" ... the reports of his medical attendant were far from establishing the existence of any thing like lunacy. Under this uncertainty, I deemed it right to communicate to my parents, that if I were to consider Lord Byron's past conduct as that of a person... "
The Monthly Review - Página 590
1830
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, Volumen54

1838
...reports of his medical attendants were far from establishing anything like lunacy. Under this uncertainty I deemed it right to communicate to my parents that,...to them and myself to consult the ablest advisers." ~ Lady Noel then went to town furnished with a case, in which, however, Lady Byron says that she had...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volumen2

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1831 - 823 páginas
...attendant were far from establishing the existence of any thing like lunacy. Under this uncertainty, I deemed it right to communicate to my parents, that...which seemed to indicate mental derangement, my mother deter'nined to go to Lon.'on. She wasenv.owerad by me to take legal opinions on a written statement...
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The Polar star, being a continuation of 'The Extractor', of ..., Volumen3

1830
...attendant were far from estahlishing the existence of any thing like lunacy. Under this uncertainty, I deemed it right to communicate to my parents, that...to return to him. It therefore appeared expedient hoth to them and myself to consult the ahlest advisers. For that ohject, and also to ohtain still further...
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Literary Port Folio, Temas1-26

1830
...thing like lunacy. Under this uncertainty, I deemed it right to communicate to my parents, that if 1 were to consider Lord Byron's past conduct as that...return to him. It therefore appeared expedient both to Ihcm and myself to consult the ablest advisers. For that object, and also to obtain still further information...
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Volumen3

1830
...or falsehood, and the more so, as Lady Byron now, for the first time, informed them, that " if she were to consider Lord Byron's past conduct as that of a person of sound mind, nothing could induce her to return to him." Her mother accordingly went to London to consult both lawyers and physicians...
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Life and journals [&c.].

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1831
...attendant were far from estahlishing the existence of any thing like lunacy. Under this uncertainty, I deemed it right to communicate to my parents, that...Byron's past conduct as that of a person of sound mind, nothiag could induce me to return to hint. It therefore appeared expedient, hoth, to them and to myself,...
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Letters and journals of lord Byron: with notices of his life, by T ..., Volumen2

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1831
...attendant were far from establishing the existence of any thing like lunacy. Under this uncertainty, I deemed it right to communicate to my parents, that if I weie to consider Lord Byron's past conduct as that of a person of sound mind, nothing could induce...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1833
...this uncertainty, ' I deemed it right to communicate to my parents, that if I were to con' sider LOR! Byron's past conduct as that of a person of sound...induce me to return to him. It therefore appeared ex' pedient, both to them and myself, to consult the ablest advisers. For ' that object, and also to...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1833
...attendant, were far from esta' Wishing the existence of anything like lunacy. Under this uncertainty, ' I deemed it right to communicate to my parents, that if I were to con' sider Lord Byron's past conduct as that of a person of sound mind, ' nothing could induce me to...
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Letters and journals [&c.].

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1833
...attendant, were far from esta' bushing the existence of anything like lunacy. Under this uncertainty, ' I deemed it right to communicate to my parents, that if I were to con' sider Lord Byron's past conduct as that of a person of sound mind, ' nothing could induce me to...
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