The Dawn a Church and home journal

The Dawn  a Church and home journal

I would not speak until they were all quite clear to me . “ What are you ... This was
a side of Lenox her uncle had Tom Apthorp ' s words , I can only relate their
substance as never seen before . Lenox did ... Do you the most famous picture -
galleries , the sublimest and loveliest mean to give up all your life to these people
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Appletons Journal

Appletons  Journal

said to his uncle as he gave them to him : “ Let me say one word more — do not
write ; " Keep them as the apple of your eye . For your ... She has great
confidence in me ; my words will “ Give yourself no uneasiness ; I appreciate
have weight .

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Bertha s Journal During a Visit to Her Uncle in England

Bertha s Journal During a Visit to Her Uncle in England

THE JEWS EXPECT THE MESSIAH , 381 on him as by far the greatest of all their
prophets . They assert , that the others received the divine communications by
dreams and visions ; whereas they were given to Moses by an immediate ...

Author: Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand)

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The London Journal

The London Journal

very happy with the husband of my uncle's choosing . to finishing my professional
studies . ... and I shall never forget it - ever , " and his eyes my view was one that
would not be likely to reflect my indorsed his words . faults . ... His " I can't tell you
, only he's a great deal nobler , better those sprays of honeysuckle , and give it to
me as a little face was a strong , good face , with bold , delicate features , man .

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The London Journal and Weekly Record of Literature Science and Art

The London Journal  and Weekly Record of Literature  Science  and Art

Uncle William had made his acquaintTho ' I passed away in silence , who was a
bachelor . We loved him with a love ance in ... We were soon given to understand
that Captain It was best to leave you thus , dear , Ah , I was a boy then — an ...

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The Australian Journal

The Australian Journal

“Where in the world can they be 2” he thought in spoken words, at the same time
throwing the book on the table at his elbow. ... “Surely, dear uncle—if I may still
call you so—it shall be m earnest endeavour never, by any willing act, to mar the
healt that is now mine. ... I will only say— In the end they gave me the highest
credentials that can be Wen, gi “That same evening I found opportunity to make
an ...

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Chamber s Journal of Popular Literature Science and Arts

Chamber s Journal of Popular Literature  Science and Arts

ZTL Journal ably be ascribed to causes of a truly preventable at hand ; for with
household duties , her uncle's nature , number about ... Such an account of a
mortality , plenty to do , without reckoning the hours her the greater part of which
is unquestionably pre- lover himself occupied ... mind advice that is offered us ,
there would be no enterregarding the effect her note might have on Mr prise in
the world .

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Chambers s Journal

Chambers s Journal

-Give me the driving at this speed for a wager , and also perceiv- reins , young
gentleman ; I am not going to trust ing that ... of reins into my hands My uncle is
the best man in the world , madam , ' in my life ; but I could have driven a fiery
gritfin ...

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Chambers s Edinburgh journal conducted by W Chambers Continued as Chambers s Journal of popular literature science and arts

Chambers s Edinburgh journal  conducted by W  Chambers   Continued as  Chambers s Journal of popular literature  science and arts

He brought me up, and would have left me his shares in the North-Western, but I
displeased him by marrying against his will, and my uncle never forgave anybody
. I don't repent that yet ; my wife 's the best woman in the world, and a prettier ...

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Chambers s Journal of Popular Literature Science and Arts

Chambers s Journal of Popular Literature  Science and Arts

Hartley Hall that I began to be conscious of a He looked thoughtfully at me , and
then laughing feeling which I have ... My experiences of the world seemed to
have you anythin ' , why then it ' ll be time enough to been so varied that to my
own mind ... I did not penny and no opportunity , it seemed to afford believe that
Uncle Ben had tired of protecting me , him the greatest pleasure to chink four or
five for he ...

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Harper s Weekly a Journal of Civilization

Harper s Weekly  a Journal of Civilization

He was not intoxicated , but he bad pleasure was occasioned by the bope that
she would Lerving the world a dim , derd space ... I could not depart without
expressing my best day when she first broke the news to us , and the Here Anna ,
raising herself on tip ... It's Anna and I were sitting with Aunt Gough , who been
walking a little in advance of them , and whom a great pleasure to us to have
entertained ...

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Chambers Edinburgh Journal

Chambers  Edinburgh Journal

She was said to be beautiful , but to painees and uncertain guide at best , still
points out the fa- nearly completed a ... With good birth and finement , solitude ,
and bad company , be also added his uncle , would not have deemed it right to ...
I bind myself to now saw the character of Vincent in a most unfarour - condition ,
as actually to present to the world the rare yield up the half of it in compensation .

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Chambers s Journal

Chambers s Journal

Still , I must were ready to return . own that for a time I was quite overwhelmed "
Well , ' said my uncle , " all ' s well that ends ... I kept us . Like many another , it
was one of those the news to myself for a time , but at last I told that were burnt to
the ... Of course , his peasantry some twenty years afterwards owing surprise was
as great as mine had been . to the greed ... of the world , a semieyes and
twitching fingers ; but her day was | mythical land , a far - off mirage of sandy
waste Dot yet .

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Diary of Mrs Kitty Trevylyan a story of the times of Whitefield and the Wesleys By the author of Chronicles of the Sch nberg Cotta Family etc Mrs E Charles

Diary of Mrs  Kitty Trevylyan  a story of the times of Whitefield and the Wesleys  By the author of    Chronicles of the Sch  nberg Cotta Family     etc   Mrs  E  Charles

Uncle Henderson gave me a purse with five new guineas in it , saying some
people had found a fortune grow from no ... to me as anything Uncle Henderson
could desire for me , if I can only tell which of the ten plans I have thought of is the
best . ... and prayed that the good Lord would keep me through all the perils of
the wilderness ; “ for the world was a wilderness , no doubt , and temptation was
strong .

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The Friends Library Comprising Journals Doctrinal Treatises and Other Writings of Members of the Religious Society of Friends

The Friends  Library  Comprising Journals  Doctrinal Treatises  and Other Writings of Members of the Religious Society of Friends

I spent some from growing better , I grew worse , and brought time in the country
with my aged and hon- great sorrow and trouble ... It now became time forception
, and whilst I staid in the country rather me to think how I must live in the world ,
for lost than got reputation and favour . ... where I met with my uncle Edmund ,
and at other times in fields , & c .; and many and by the interest he made , I got a
place ...

Author: William Evans

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The Gentleman s Journal

The Gentleman s Journal

I struggled hard to get at cut into fantastic shapes by the action of water MY
UNCLE'S ADVENTURE . liberty , but do all I would , I could ... It's from being
selfish , and , as a man should , to brain whirls as one looks down to the bed of
the one of them great beasts — I know it is . ... Over and over again I felt
something crawl sarily be arrangements differing greatly from Tom's words
brought me to myself , and ...

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Journal of Discourses

Journal of Discourses

I had a fashion of religion that I had I went and told uncle Asahel what never
heard of , and it was one that had transpired , and the old ... then he was required
to sion of sins . get up and formally renounce the · I had been raised a
Presbyterian , world , the flesh , and the ... I had firewood to and of course I had a
great deal of cut , my sick father to attend to , and this religion in me , which I had
learned to take ...

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The Agnostic Journal and Eclectic Review

The Agnostic Journal and Eclectic Review

The sons , who until then had been kept with the greatest gravity , was , I can
assure you , both curious in check ... we had no advantage ; and my uncle
Laurence , the boldest The blood mounted to my cheeks , and , drawing back dis-
of all ... And the recollection brings me no remorse , no might have had me made
into mincemeat by his uncles , for more than to a ... the established have lost a
fine opportunity for doing an injury to a neigh- laws were , for me , words devoid
of meaning .

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The Magazine of the beau monde or Monthly journal of fashion afterw The Nouveau beau monde or Magazine of fashion

The Magazine of the beau monde  or  Monthly journal of fashion  afterw   The Nouveau beau monde  or Magazine of fashion

... perversion of it as at any too , that though he was the the best of uncles , he
had earlier period of the world ' s history . ... All her raillery might be worn for
centuries , without saving a single and the rides ended by my uncle saying to his
... Knowing my great affection for her , and a visit to my uncle - a single gentleman
, who resides knowing she might say or do any thing without offendupon and
cultivates his own estate , in the North of ing me , she made me a promise that
she would ...

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New York Journal of Romance General Literature Science and Art

New York Journal of Romance  General Literature  Science and Art

His lordship wished to punish his unnatural uncle, whom he strongly suspected
of being no stranger to the mur| derous ... “If I thought that,” replied our hero, “I
should regret the peace as much as you do | Come, Peapod—I beg pardon,
Major Jones! ... been left so much alone—I didn't mean that as a reproach—I
begin to feel disgusted with the | world—and still more with myself! ... “On the
contrary,” said his lordship; “I have been amusing myself, and I'll bet But I forget—
you never bet!

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