SAILH DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH. Queen Sarah's Birthplace.— La Belle Jennings. — 'The Queen of Tears.' — The Handsome Englishman. — Marlborough in Love. — Privately Married. — Queen Anne upon Dress. — Yearns for Equality. — An Afternoon in
the Seventeenth Century. — ' Est-il Possible?' — Anne Flies from Court. — Colley Cibber as Footman. — CoUey's Enthusiasm. — Mary of Orange. — The Model Queen. — The Cockpit. — Sidney Gcdolphin. — Sarah the
Object of Calumny, — Marlborough to his Wife. — King 'Caliban.' — Marlborough Disgraced. — The Court in Full Dress. — The Royal Sisters. — Lady Marlborough Tabooed. — Royal Spite. — Cold Receptions. —The Little
Vlaig. — The Churchills. — The ' Dictatress's ' Insolence. — The Shorn Tresses. — Mrs. Oldfield, the Actress. — Whig and Tor}'.— Poor Relatives. — A ' Back-stairs ' Conspiracy. — Queen Sarah Dethronfid. — Takes Leave
of Queen Anne. — The Building of Blenheim. — The Duchess's Economy. — Her Wonderful Slirewdness. — Death of Marlborough. — A Suitor for the Richest Peeress in England. — The 'Proud Duke.' — ^Anecdote of the
Duchess of Bucking- ham. — The Duchess of Marlborough's Pet Aversion. — The Duchess as Portia.— 'A kind of Author. "—' Old Marlborough' Dead.— 'Old Marl- borough ' Buried. . . . . . p. I
MADAME ROLAND. The Studious Child. — Her First Catechism. — Early Education. — In a Convent. — Religious impressions. — Poor Ste. Agathe. — Grandmamma. — Religious Doubts. — A Lazy Confessor. — Atheism.
— The Spirit of the Age. — ' A Bas les Anstocrats.'— Manon's Portrait. — Her many Suitors. — Phhppon's Idea of a Match. — Matchmaking. — Death of Madame Phlippon. — Manon writes a Sermon. — A New Suitor. —
Roland's History. — Phlippon Refuses. — A Marriage of Reason. — Madame Roland as Nurse. — Brissot and the Giron- dins. — Brissot's Story. — Young Buzot. — Tlie Meetings at Madame Ro- land's. — The King of Blood.
— Robespierre's Ingratitude. — Dumouriez in Love. — Madame Roland the Centre of the Girondins. — Ministers, no Ministers. — Madame Roland's Famous Letter. — ^At the Head of Parisian Society. — Anarchy Reigns. — Part 2 of 2
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