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" ... cholera, which almost decimates the population in certain places. At Toulouse as many as sixty people have died in a day. Here nothing has befallen either us or our servants : happy that we are to be so far from towns and their infection ! If we must... "
Maurice and Eugénie de Guérin, a monograph - Page 172
1870
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Journal, ed. by G.S. Trebutien [tr. by L.C. Smith].

François Guillaume S. Trébutien - 1865
...so far from towns and their infection ! If we must perforce go without many things, those that we do enjoy are very sweet, and I bless God for them every day; every day consider myself happy to have woods, streams, meadows, sheep, hens that lay ; to live, in short, in...
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A Year of Beautiful Thoughts

Quotations, American - 1902 - 402 pages
...in wisdom hast Thou made them all. — PSA. civ. 24. IF we must go without many things, those that we enjoy are very sweet, and I bless God for them every day, — every day consider myself happy to have woods, and streams, and meadows. IN THE WOODS. There's a whisper of leaves...
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