I fancied her ladyship in spectacles, with little side curls.
Miss Bland was allowed to speak; but her ladyship listened to Miss Tracey.
Then it must be your honour that will give me the tea, and her ladyship that will give me the tobacco?
The singularity that struck me most about her ladyship was her indifference to flattery.
He frequently spoke to me of her ladyship in terms of the warmest approbation.
The next morning, when I wakened, I in my turn received a note from her ladyship.
When she had despatched the noble author, her ladyship indulged her laughter.
"Geraldine, my dear, you do not know what you are talking about," said her ladyship.
"I shall not delay you many minutes, Mr. Vivian," said her ladyship.
"I beg of your ladyship not to read it," said Captain Walsingham, in an earnest tone.