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Grace

,—in women, generally means the extremity of affection and unnatural contorsions. Vide Miss Farren, the Duchess of R———, the divine p———ss—s, and the sacred C———, &c. &c. Grace, when in conversation applied to a duke, means nothing. Thus his Grace the Duke of Leeds, has no signification!

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Entry taken from A Political Dictionary, by Charles Pigott, 1795.

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Grace