Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lady Ebrington” in chapter 13 of George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor:

...the billiard-room. For myself, I found amusement enough in talking with Lady Jersey, or Lord John Russell, or the old and excellent Earl Spencer, but I think the majority was rather captivated with Lady Ebrington 's music. . . . . The next morning, at ten o'clock, found us mustered in the breakfast-room. It was a day of no common import at a nobleman's countryseat, for it was the last of the shooting sea...

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