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wall, Than yield their birthright, liberty! Haven county, Va July 1861 A osen Famous Ba --Her Eccentricities An Eastern editor observes: Lady Blessington is better known in this country than almost any other woman of title in the old country. She died at Paris, at the somewhat mature age of sixty two yet is gry much astonished when she learned that the object of her curiosity was Lady Blessing and Saehad Itv d, like other people, in the delusion that the Countess of Blessington was the loveliest of her sex, and saw — a fat, painted, turbaned old woman. For nearly twenty years Lady Blessington was a noticeable woman in London life Lady Blessington was a noticeable woman in London life — Men of all ranks in society, provided they had talent and popularity, were to be met with in her house; their wives, daughters and sisters did not visit her, Basques she entered fashionable life with a doubtful character, which did not improve as she grew older He sale visitors corresponded freely with her, and she was load of w
A osen Famous Ba --Her Eccentricities An Eastern editor observes: Lady Blessington is better known in this country than almost any other woman of title in the old country. She died at Paris, at the somewhat mature age of sixty two yet is generally supposed, by those who only know her by description, to have been then, ry much astonished when she learned that the object of her curiosity was Lady Blessing and Saehad Itv d, like other people, in the delusion that the Countess of Blessington was the loveliest of her sex, and saw — a fat, painted, turbaned old woman. For nearly twenty years Lady Blessington was a noticeable woman in London life Lady Blessington was a noticeable woman in London life — Men of all ranks in society, provided they had talent and popularity, were to be met with in her house; their wives, daughters and sisters did not visit her, Basques she entered fashionable life with a doubtful character, which did not improve as she grew older He sale visitors corresponded freely with her, and she was load of w