Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Baron Lerchenfeld” in chapter 1 of George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor:
But when the Princess announced the acquittal, he received it as a thing perfectly indifferent.
In the saloon we found three or four gentlemen waiting, and among the rest Naumann, whom I met at Baron Lerchenfeld 's yesterday.
Coffee was served, . . . . and general conversation followed.
The Prince sat down in the window, and, taking up Lord Melbourne's trial, seemed to lose all consciousness of anything e...
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