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" meet to-morrow, myloye,' faidl, returning her to her father, who looked difpleafed : ' if it be a fine morning, we will go and give notice to the poor trout of your brothers' evil intentions.' They each took a paffive hand, and conducted her, blinded... "
Letters from Mrs. Palmerstone to Her Daughter: Inculcating Morality by ... - Page 57
by Rachel Hunter - 1803
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Letters from Mrs. Palmerstone to Her Daughter: Inculcating ..., Volume 2

Rachel Hunter - 1803 - 234 pages
...fearfully advanced, and greatly diftrefied me by falling on my bofom and weeping bitterly. ' We fliall meet to-morrow, myloye,' faidl, returning her to her...tears, to her room. " 'After they had quitted us, my hufband exprefled his tender fears left I might have received an unfavourable impreffion of his child...
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American Lady's Preceptor: A Compilation of Observations, Essays, and ...

Women - 1811 - 386 pages
...bitterly. ‘We shall meetto-morrow, my love,' said I, returning her to her father, who looked displeased: ‘if it be a fine morning, we will go and give notice...your brothers' evil intentions.' They each took a passive hand, and conducted her, blinded by tears to her room. “After they had quitted us, my husband...
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