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Alice Grey

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Alice Grey is a fictional character from the 1951 film Darling, How Could You!.

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Google previewGaslight and Daylight, with Some London Scenes They Shine Upon (1872)

by George Augustus Sala

no friends, no clothes, no place of refuge equal even to the holes that the foxes have in God's wide world — see the hand of charity closed, and the door of mercy shut, because Alice Grey is an impostor, and Bamfyldo Moore Carew a cheat ...

Google previewHousehold Words (1856)

A Weekly Journal

in God's wide world—see the hand of charity closed, and the door of mercy shut, because Alice Grey is an impostor, and Bamfylde Moore Oarew a cheat; andbecause there have been such places as the Cour des Miracles, and Rats' Castle.

Google previewProse Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay (1876)

With Indexes... by Samuel Austin Allibone

God's wide world — see the hand of charity closed, and the door of mercy shut, because Alice Grey is an impostor, and Bamfylde Moore Carew a cheat ; and because there have been such places as the Cour des Miracles, and Rats' Castle .

Google previewProse Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay, with Indexes (1876)

Authors 544, Subjects 571, Quotations 8810 by Samuel Austin Allibone

in God's wide world—see the hand of charity closed, and the door of mercy shut, because Alice Grey is an intpostor, and Bamfylde Moore Carew a cheat; and because there have been such places as the Cour des Miracles, and Rats' Castle.

Google previewThe Waverley Dictionary (1885)

An Alphabetical Arrangement of All the Characters in Sir Walter Scott's Waverley Novels, with a Descriptive Analysis of Each Character, and Illustrative Selections from the Text

Alice Grey. The Paralytic Sibyl. AlsieGourlay's crony. Ch. xxiii, xxxiv, xxxv. See Ailsie Gourlay. Turntippet, Lord. Member of the Scottish Privy Council. An old grey-headed statesman, who had ...

Google previewCassell's Dictionary of Practical Gardening (1907)

An Illustrated Encyclopædia of Practical Horticulture for All Classes by Walter Page Wright

Turf Byblaemcm : — Alice Grey. Ashmole's 114. Row: :— Annie McGregor. Kate Connor.

Google previewGenealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire (1914)

Lady Mary Mary Alice Grey Grby Grey Grey Grey Phyllis Kathleen Lt.-Col ...

Google previewAllen's Dictionary of English Phrases (2008)

by Robert Allen

Alice Grey ...

Google previewBeeton's Dictionary of every-day gardening (1871)

by Samuel Orchart Beeton

Alice Grey, — creamy salmon-blush. Countess Lieven, — creamy white ; cupped and double ; of medium size. AZA'LIHA (nat. ord. Bhodora'eece).

Google previewA Dictionary of Dates Relating to All Ages and Nations (1860)

For Universal Reference; Comprehending Remarkable Occurrences, Ancient and Modern ...particularly of the British Empire by Joseph Haydn, Benjamin Vincent

A woman named Alice Grey was convicted of many perjuries in 1856. In England, perjury was punished with the pillory, 1563. By the Abolition of Oaths bill, persons making a false declaration are deemed guilty of a misdemeanor; Act 5 & 6 Will ...

Google previewHaydn's Dictionary of Dates and Universal Information Relating to All Ages and Nations (1876)

by Joseph Haydn

A woman named Alice Grey was convicted of many perjuries in 1856. See Trials ...

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