Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Baron Lerchenfeld” in chapter 1 of George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor:

...stomed to exercise power till an air of authority has become natural to him. The Princess made tea about eleven o'clock. . . . . At a quarter past twelve I was at home. On our drive home I told Baron Lerchenfeld that the Princess seemed to me sad. He explained her looks by telling me that a fortnight ago she lost her youngest child, about three months old; but so much is her salon a part of the government th...
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