Statistics for occurrence #1 of “de Duras” in chapter 13 of George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor:
...ston, where he was relieved, but not visited, by Mr. Jonathan Mason.
The conversation now became very various and interesting, and was continued until near dinner-time.
Among other things, Mad. de Duras gave an account of her own escape and her mother's from Bordeaux for the United States, amidst the terrors of the Revolution; and finding that I was acquainted with Captain Forbes, who had materially...
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