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" Die, die, must he die! I cannot go from him!' At which two of them gently lifted me in their arms, and carried me to the fire, which was at a... "
Some Account of Circumstances in the Life of Mary Pennington [sic.]from Her ... - Page 66
by Mary Penington - 1821 - 103 pages
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William Penn: an Historical Biography: With an Extra Chapter on "The ...

William Hepworth Dixon - 1851 - 457 pages
...to go to the fire, as while I stood there he could not die — which word was so great that, like an amazed creature, I stamped with my foot and cried...— -Die ! die ! must he die ? I cannot go from him ! At which two of them gently lifted me in their arms and carried me to the fireplace, which was a...
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The Penns & Peningtons of the Seventeenth Century: In Their Domestic and ...

Maria Webb - 1877 - 446 pages
...word dio was so great with horror, that I, like an astonished, amazed creature, stamped Hits death. 45 with my foot, and cried, ' Die ! die ! must he die ? I cannot go from him.' Upon this two of them gently lifted me in their arms, and carrying me to the fire, which was at a distance...
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Visionary Women: Ecstatic Prophecy in Seventeenth-Century England

Phyllis Mack - History - 1995 - 488 pages
...which word was so great, so much too big to enter into me; that 1 like an astonished amazed creature, stamped with my foot, and cried, die! die! must he die! I cannot go from him.153 Nor do we find instances of personal meanness or spite, such as this passage from an unpublished...
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Autobiographical Writings by Early Quaker Women

David Booy - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 211 pages
...die, which word was so great, so big135 to enter into me, that I, like an astonished amazed creature, stamped with my foot, and cried, "Die, die, must he die! I cannot go from him!' At which two of them gently lifted me in their arms, and carried me to the fire, which was at a pretty...
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