Brummell's pride appeared to take alarm as he inquired if Julia really admired Horace.
Mr Brummell, cried the colonel, you are with the wrong troop.
Of all dandies, Mr. Brummell did most steadfastly maintain this attitude.
Still, there is a difficulty, said Brummell in his most delicate tone.
"Your acquaintance with the history of Calais does not seem to be considerable," said Mr. Sterne to Mr. Brummell, with a shrug.
Well, added Brummell, probably you are in the right, Robinson.
Brummell among other impertinences, was fond of going where he was not invited or wanted.
Debtors could not then be followed to France, and Brummell was secure.
Poodle B—g, so well known in the world of fashion, owed his soubriquet to Brummell.
Just before Brummell's arrival she was growing a little sulky.