She looked as manifestly not one of the canaille of incorrigibles as, in her place, Lucrezia Borgia would have looked.
I wish I could poison his snuff, as Lucrezia Borgia would have done.
London first saw the new tenor in "Lucrezia Borgia," and was as cordial in its appreciation as Paris had been.
He will face this Lucrezia Borgia "in his raiment of price."
It puts us out of patience to note that the simpleton is densely unconscious that Lucrezia Borgia ever existed off the stage.
"I think you have seen the ghost of Lucrezia Borgia," he said.
The performance announced was Lucrezia Borgia, and it was to take place that evening.
The London season of 1839 was remarkable for the production of "Lucrezia Borgia."
Upon my soul, said Oldmeadow laughing, his eyes on hers, you talk as though youd been a Lucrezia Borgia!
Judith was not more terrible; Lucrezia Borgia not more superb.