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" She looked at me a few moments longer, and then (summoning up all her fortitude, her breast heaving with the effort) she dashed them into the fire.  "
Remains of the Rev. Richard Cecil - Página 143
por Richard Cecil, Josiah Pratt - 1817 - 271 páginas
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Analysis of the Principles of Rhetorical Delivery as Applied in Reading and ...

Ebenezer Porter - 1835 - 404 páginas
..." Well now, throw 'em behind the fire." The tears started into her eyes. She looked earnestly at 10 me, as though she ought to have a reason for such...but you know I never told you to do any thing, which 1 did not think would be good for you." She looked at me a few moments longer, and then — summon15...
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The Christian Library: A Reprint of Popular Religious Works, Volumen8

1836
..."Yes, Papa!" — "And you seem to be vastly pleased with them." — "Yes, Papa!" — "Well now, throw 'em behind the fire." The tears started into her eyes....me, as though she ought to have a reason for such ja cruel sacrifice. " Well, my dear, do as you please : but you know I never told you to do any thing,...
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The British Pulpit: Consisting of Discourses by the Most Eminent Living ...

1837
...tears started into her eyes; she ooked earnestly at me, as if she ought to have a reason for so cruel a sacrifice. Well, my dear, do as you please : but you...you to do any thing which I did not think would be for your good ;' she looked at me a few moments longer, and then, summoning up all her fortitude, her...
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Lessons in Reading: For Children in Families and Schools : with Questions on ...

1842 - 156 páginas
...father, as if to know the reason why he wished her to make such a sacrifice. " Well, my dear," said he, " do as you please; but you know I never told you to do any thing which I did not think would be for your good." She looked at him a few moments longer, then, summoning all her fortitude, she dashed...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository, Volumen79

1876
...' Yes, papa !' 'And you seem to be vastly pleased with them.' ' Yes papa !' ' Well now, throw them behind the fire.' The tears started into her eyes....as you please ; but you know I never told you to do anything which I did not think would be good for you.' She looked at me a few moments longer, and then,...
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Short lectures on the Church Catechism

Augustus O. Fitz Gerald - 1845 - 16 páginas
...said, ' You have some pretty beads there, and you seem to be vastly pleased with them. Well now, throw 'em behind the fire.' The tears started into her eyes,...have a reason for such a cruel sacrifice. ' Well, do as you please," I said ; ' but you know that I never told you to do any thing, which I did not think...
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Light from the West; or, The Cornish parochial visitor, ed ..., Volúmenes15-17

Henry Addington Simcoe - 1846
...' Yes, Papa !' 'And you seem to be vastly pleased with them.' ' Yes, Papa !' ' Well now, throw them behind the fire.' The tears started into her eyes : she looked earnestly at me, and thought she ought to have a reason fur sucH a cruel sacrifice. ' Well my dear, do as you please...
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An ecclesiastical biography, containing the lives of ancient ..., Volumen3

Walter Farquhar Hook - 1847
...papa!' — 'And you seem to be vastlv pleased with them.' — 'Yes, papa!' — 'Well now, throw them behind the fire.' The tears started into her eyes....as you please ; but you know I never told you to do anything, which I did not think would be good for you.' She looked at me a few moments longer, and...
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The English Presbyterian messenger, Volumen2

Presbyterian Church of England - 1849
...must throw away what gave her so much pleasure, and the tears came into her eyes. Her father said, " Well, my dear, do as you please ; but you know I never told you to do anything which I did not think would be good for you." She looked at him a few moments longer, and...
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The Family Book: The Genius and Design of the Domestic Constitution, with ...

Christopher Anderson - 1848 - 424 páginas
...there.' ' Yes, papa.' ' And you seem to be vastly pleased with them.' ' Yes, papa.' ' Well now, throw 'em behind the fire.' The tears started into her eyes....as you please : but you know I never told you to do anything which I did not think would be good for you.' She looked at me a few moments longer, and then,...
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