Lady Salisbury graced the Opera on Saturday evening, though an envious fan, which however is certainly not without its use, almost secluded her from the view of the audience.
True Briton, May 6, 1793
"If, while a gentleman is speaking to you, one of superior rank addresses you, do not let your eager attention and visible preference betray the flutter of your heart...Consider that you expose yourseves to the ridicule of the company, and affront one gentleman, only to swell the triumph of another, who perhaps thinks he does you honour in speaking to you."
"...but let me take this opportunity, my dear Georgiana, to intreat you to put a total stop to a practice that hurts my feelings because it so greatly injures you. I mean till your affairs are completely settled not to spend any money (however tifling the sum) idly. Your finely bound books pain me more than I can describe. Even the most common books, the rarest print, or whatever may most claim your wishes to purchase, you should steadily deny yourself..."-Lady Spencer