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Things I Can Tell (1912) (Hardback) - Lord Rossmore
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2008, ISBN: 1436560543

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[EAN: 9781436560542], Neubuch, [PU: Kessinger Publishing, United States], Biography & Autobiography|General, Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. THINGS I CAN TELL BY LORD ROSSMORE LONDON EVELEIGH NASH 1912 CONTENTS CHAPTER I My recollections A womans Dont Under the spreading chestnut tree My birth and parentage Rossmore and its associations Lady Hester and the Highwayman The inevitable banshee Truth stranger than fiction Lady Anne Douglas Hamilton and her lovely mother A forgotten romance of the Peerage Pp. 1-17 CHAPTER II My extravagant grandfather A political duel My father Bagpipes at the dentists dinner Tom Thumb Pau We become inmates of a lunatic asylum My mothers second marriage Old Craw and the Colonel Still a gentleman A happy New Year Treasure Island School days Bad food at Rugby Happy Hanover The broken window I get one back on Beardy Pp, 18-36 V Contents CHAPTER III Round about Rossmore My grandmother reproves a Bishop Cootie My first cock-fight Lord R. and his plain bride Neighbours Cock fighting as a national sport The fight at Barn 1 1 ill Joe Wright Badger-drawing Joe falls in the arena JJacchanalian recollections My excuses for them The custom of the country Darry for short North and South An irreparable injury A dis contented wife An obloighV blackguard The Englishmans shooting The end of the day Himty surprises a critic Hunting by moonlight Looking backward Pp. 37-60 CHAPTER IV Dublin days I encounter General Browne I get the worst of it The Kildare Street Club Percy I. Touch e and the surly member Go to Bath Lying in daylight A dinner at the Sackville Street Club Im an awfully nice fellow Dublin theatres Witty audiences Some Irish stories A honeymoon incident The alien Baron Lady Pilkington and the beggar Thc k late Lord Caledon His pluck A rent audit dinner Back to front Pp. 61-82 vl Contents CHAPTER V I gointo the army Le Fleming of Tonbridge Open con fession I join the Qth Lancers Sugar Candys advice Goffy Three weeks The untameable mustang A swim for a fiver Crowdy The Irish double bank I cant stick this any longer Goffy breaks the bank Bill Beresford and I at Ousecliffe The 48 Lafitte Sandhurst Petty tyranny A wrong system We rebel Fire Sir Duncan Camerons breach of faith A desperate remedy Things are altered Death of my brother, Lord Rossmore A brilliant career cut short Sympathy shown by the late Queen Victoria Rosies burial-place A beautiful spot Jim Richardson A hasty blow I exchange into the ist Life Guards Moilygatouche I Cham pain The Sequel Dinner at Cottesmore An icy reception The reason why Lonsdale sees fair play The amende honorable The Westenra stammer again I leave the army I determine to enjoy life Pp. 83-103 CHAPTER VI I meet Mrs. Cornwallis-West She was a vision of delight when first she broke upon my sight The eventful dance Kissing the Blarney Stone Nesselrode Caroline Duchess of Montrose Some stories about her Consuelo Duchess of Manchester Her charm as vii Contents a raconteuse The late King Edward, a delighted listener A real Duchess Some Mark Twain stories Mrs. Ronalds Penelope Cavendish Bcntinck The late Duchess of Tcck Hows poor old Francis The Duke of Connaught and the foot warmer Knowledge is power The Archbishop of Cork and the Archbishop of York Pp, 1 04-1 23 CHAPTER VII Jimmy Davis The wonderful William Smoked addock, my lord Duels Still they come Bessie Bcllwood at Supper The late Lady Meux Her vagaries A dinner at KettnerV. Peter does likewise Pratts Club Briggs eggs and bacon He reports me to the Committee The late Lord Dufferins courtesy The late LordWinchilsea Some stories about the late Viscount Massereene and Ferrard Whats yours The farmer sees double Massereenes bast epitaph Charlie Western and I at the theatre Take a lemon Peters wifes mothers family Daubcneys and Eaglesfields t An early tub The tell-tale umbrella An apology in rhyme An awkward meeting wit King . Edward His wonderful tact A garden party at Marlborough House A dinne

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2008, ISBN: 1436560543

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[EAN: 9781436560542], Neubuch, [PU: Kessinger Publishing, United States], Biography & Autobiography|General, Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. THINGS I CAN TELL BY LORD ROSSMORE LONDON EVELEIGH NASH 1912 CONTENTS CHAPTER I My recollections A womans Dont Under the spreading chestnut tree My birth and parentage Rossmore and its associations Lady Hester and the Highwayman The inevitable banshee Truth stranger than fiction Lady Anne Douglas Hamilton and her lovely mother A forgotten romance of the Peerage Pp. 1-17 CHAPTER II My extravagant grandfather A political duel My father Bagpipes at the dentists dinner Tom Thumb Pau We become inmates of a lunatic asylum My mothers second marriage Old Craw and the Colonel Still a gentleman A happy New Year Treasure Island School days Bad food at Rugby Happy Hanover The broken window I get one back on Beardy Pp, 18-36 V Contents CHAPTER III Round about Rossmore My grandmother reproves a Bishop Cootie My first cock-fight Lord R. and his plain bride Neighbours Cock fighting as a national sport The fight at Barn 1 1 ill Joe Wright Badger-drawing Joe falls in the arena JJacchanalian recollections My excuses for them The custom of the country Darry for short North and South An irreparable injury A dis contented wife An obloighV blackguard The Englishmans shooting The end of the day Himty surprises a critic Hunting by moonlight Looking backward Pp. 37-60 CHAPTER IV Dublin days I encounter General Browne I get the worst of it The Kildare Street Club Percy I. Touch e and the surly member Go to Bath Lying in daylight A dinner at the Sackville Street Club Im an awfully nice fellow Dublin theatres Witty audiences Some Irish stories A honeymoon incident The alien Baron Lady Pilkington and the beggar Thc k late Lord Caledon His pluck A rent audit dinner Back to front Pp. 61-82 vl Contents CHAPTER V I gointo the army Le Fleming of Tonbridge Open con fession I join the Qth Lancers Sugar Candys advice Goffy Three weeks The untameable mustang A swim for a fiver Crowdy The Irish double bank I cant stick this any longer Goffy breaks the bank Bill Beresford and I at Ousecliffe The 48 Lafitte Sandhurst Petty tyranny A wrong system We rebel Fire Sir Duncan Camerons breach of faith A desperate remedy Things are altered Death of my brother, Lord Rossmore A brilliant career cut short Sympathy shown by the late Queen Victoria Rosies burial-place A beautiful spot Jim Richardson A hasty blow I exchange into the ist Life Guards Moilygatouche I Cham pain The Sequel Dinner at Cottesmore An icy reception The reason why Lonsdale sees fair play The amende honorable The Westenra stammer again I leave the army I determine to enjoy life Pp. 83-103 CHAPTER VI I meet Mrs. Cornwallis-West She was a vision of delight when first she broke upon my sight The eventful dance Kissing the Blarney Stone Nesselrode Caroline Duchess of Montrose Some stories about her Consuelo Duchess of Manchester Her charm as vii Contents a raconteuse The late King Edward, a delighted listener A real Duchess Some Mark Twain stories Mrs. Ronalds Penelope Cavendish Bcntinck The late Duchess of Tcck Hows poor old Francis The Duke of Connaught and the foot warmer Knowledge is power The Archbishop of Cork and the Archbishop of York Pp, 1 04-1 23 CHAPTER VII Jimmy Davis The wonderful William Smoked addock, my lord Duels Still they come Bessie Bcllwood at Supper The late Lady Meux Her vagaries A dinner at KettnerV. Peter does likewise Pratts Club Briggs eggs and bacon He reports me to the Committee The late Lord Dufferins courtesy The late LordWinchilsea Some stories about the late Viscount Massereene and Ferrard Whats yours The farmer sees double Massereenes bast epitaph Charlie Western and I at the theatre Take a lemon Peters wifes mothers family Daubcneys and Eaglesfields t An early tub The tell-tale umbrella An apology in rhyme An awkward meeting wit King . Edward His wonderful tact A garden party at Marlborough House A dinne

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2008, ISBN: 1436560543

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[EAN: 9781436560542], Neubuch, [PU: Kessinger Publishing, United States], Biography & Autobiography|General, Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. THINGS I CAN TELL BY LORD ROSSMORE LONDON EVELEIGH NASH 1912 CONTENTS CHAPTER I My recollections A womans Dont Under the spreading chestnut tree My birth and parentage Rossmore and its associations Lady Hester and the Highwayman The inevitable banshee Truth stranger than fiction Lady Anne Douglas Hamilton and her lovely mother A forgotten romance of the Peerage Pp. 1-17 CHAPTER II My extravagant grandfather A political duel My father Bagpipes at the dentists dinner Tom Thumb Pau We become inmates of a lunatic asylum My mothers second marriage Old Craw and the Colonel Still a gentleman A happy New Year Treasure Island School days Bad food at Rugby Happy Hanover The broken window I get one back on Beardy Pp, 18-36 V Contents CHAPTER III Round about Rossmore My grandmother reproves a Bishop Cootie My first cock-fight Lord R. and his plain bride Neighbours Cock fighting as a national sport The fight at Barn 1 1 ill Joe Wright Badger-drawing Joe falls in the arena JJacchanalian recollections My excuses for them The custom of the country Darry for short North and South An irreparable injury A dis contented wife An obloighV blackguard The Englishmans shooting The end of the day Himty surprises a critic Hunting by moonlight Looking backward Pp. 37-60 CHAPTER IV Dublin days I encounter General Browne I get the worst of it The Kildare Street Club Percy I. Touch e and the surly member Go to Bath Lying in daylight A dinner at the Sackville Street Club Im an awfully nice fellow Dublin theatres Witty audiences Some Irish stories A honeymoon incident The alien Baron Lady Pilkington and the beggar Thc k late Lord Caledon His pluck A rent audit dinner Back to front Pp. 61-82 vl Contents CHAPTER V I gointo the army Le Fleming of Tonbridge Open con fession I join the Qth Lancers Sugar Candys advice Goffy Three weeks The untameable mustang A swim for a fiver Crowdy The Irish double bank I cant stick this any longer Goffy breaks the bank Bill Beresford and I at Ousecliffe The 48 Lafitte Sandhurst Petty tyranny A wrong system We rebel Fire Sir Duncan Camerons breach of faith A desperate remedy Things are altered Death of my brother, Lord Rossmore A brilliant career cut short Sympathy shown by the late Queen Victoria Rosies burial-place A beautiful spot Jim Richardson A hasty blow I exchange into the ist Life Guards Moilygatouche I Cham pain The Sequel Dinner at Cottesmore An icy reception The reason why Lonsdale sees fair play The amende honorable The Westenra stammer again I leave the army I determine to enjoy life Pp. 83-103 CHAPTER VI I meet Mrs. Cornwallis-West She was a vision of delight when first she broke upon my sight The eventful dance Kissing the Blarney Stone Nesselrode Caroline Duchess of Montrose Some stories about her Consuelo Duchess of Manchester Her charm as vii Contents a raconteuse The late King Edward, a delighted listener A real Duchess Some Mark Twain stories Mrs. Ronalds Penelope Cavendish Bcntinck The late Duchess of Tcck Hows poor old Francis The Duke of Connaught and the foot warmer Knowledge is power The Archbishop of Cork and the Archbishop of York Pp, 1 04-1 23 CHAPTER VII Jimmy Davis The wonderful William Smoked addock, my lord Duels Still they come Bessie Bcllwood at Supper The late Lady Meux Her vagaries A dinner at KettnerV. Peter does likewise Pratts Club Briggs eggs and bacon He reports me to the Committee The late Lord Dufferins courtesy The late LordWinchilsea Some stories about the late Viscount Massereene and Ferrard Whats yours The farmer sees double Massereenes bast epitaph Charlie Western and I at the theatre Take a lemon Peters wifes mothers family Daubcneys and Eaglesfields t An early tub The tell-tale umbrella An apology in rhyme An awkward meeting wit King . Edward His wonderful tact A garden party at Marlborough House A dinner party at Hyde Pa

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: KESSINGER PUB CO], THINGS I CAN TELL BY LORD ROSSMORE LONDON EVELEIGH NASH 1912 CONTENTS CHAPTER I My recollections A womans Dont Under the spreading chestnut tree My birth and parentage Rossmore and its associations Lady Hester and the Highwayman The inevitable banshee Truth stranger than fiction Lady Anne Douglas Hamilton and her lovely mother A forgotten romance of the Peerage Pp. 1-17 CHAPTER II My extravagant grandfather A political duel My father Bagpipes at the dentists dinner Tom Thumb Pau We become inmates of a lunatic asylum My mothers second marriage Old Craw and the Colonel Still a gentleman A happy New Year Treasure Island School days Bad food at Rugby Happy Hanover The broken window I get one back on Beardy Pp, 18-36 V Contents CHAPTER III Round about Rossmore My grandmother reproves a Bishop Cootie My first cock-fight Lord R. and his plain bride Neighbours Cock fighting as a national sport The fight at Barn 1 1 ill Joe Wright Badger-drawing Joe falls in the arena JJacchanalian recollections My excuses for them The custom of the country Darry for short North and South An irreparable injury A dis contented wife An obloighV blackguard The Englishmans shooting The end of the day Himty surprises a critic Hunting by moonlight Looking backward Pp. 37-60 CHAPTER IV Dublin days I encounter General Browne I get the worst of it The Kildare Street Club Percy I. Touch e and the surly member Go to Bath Lying in daylight A dinner at the Sackville Street Club Im an awfully nice fellow Dublin theatres Witty audiences Some Irish stories A honeymoon incident The alien Baron Lady Pilkington and the beggar Thc k late Lord Caledon His pluck A rent audit dinner Back to front Pp. 61-82 vl Contents CHAPTER V I gointo the army Le Fleming of Tonbridge Open con fession I join the Qth Lancers Sugar Candys advice Goffy Three weeks The untameable mustang A swim for a fiver Crowdy The Irish double bank I cant stick this any longer Goffy breaks the bank Bill Beresford and I at Ousecliffe The 48 Lafitte Sandhurst Petty tyranny A wrong system We rebel Fire Sir Duncan Camerons breach of faith A desperate remedy Things are altered Death of my brother, Lord Rossmore A brilliant career cut short Sympathy shown by the late Queen Victoria Rosies burial-place A beautiful spot Jim Richardson A hasty blow I exchange into the ist Life Guards Moilygatouche I Cham pain The Sequel Dinner at Cottesmore An icy reception The reason why Lonsdale sees fair play The amende honorable The Westenra stammer again I leave the army I determine to enjoy life Pp. 83-103 CHAPTER VI I meet Mrs. Cornwallis-West She was a vision of delight when first she broke upon my sight The eventful dance Kissing the Blarney Stone Nesselrode Caroline Duchess of Montrose Some stories about her Consuelo Duchess of Manchester Her charm as vii Contents a raconteuse The late King Edward, a delighted listener A real Duchess Some Mark Twain stories Mrs. Ronalds Penelope Cavendish Bcntinck The late Duchess of Tcck Hows poor old Francis The Duke of Connaught and the foot warmer Knowledge is power The Archbishop of Cork and the Archbishop of York Pp, 1 04-1 23 CHAPTER VII Jimmy Davis The wonderful William Smoked addock, my lord Duels Still they come Bessie Bcllwood at Supper The late Lady Meux Her vagaries A dinner at KettnerV. Peter does likewise Pratts Club Briggs eggs and bacon He reports me to the Committee The late Lord Dufferins courtesy The late LordWinchilsea Some stories about the late Viscount Massereene and Ferrard Whats yours The farmer sees double Massereenes bast epitaph Charlie Western and I at the theatre Take a lemon Peters wifes mothers family Daubcneys and Eaglesfields t An early tub The tell-tale umbrella An apology in rhyme An awkward meeting wit King . Edward His wonderful tact A garden party at Marlborough House A dinner party at Hyde Park House Why the King left in a hurry His charming disposition Pp...Versandfertig in 6-10 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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