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" Stone did not lightly or hastily tell her so. Much younger than his rivals, perhaps he was more romantic, and, particularly since Lucy's late specimen of self-assertion, would not indulge his admiration with a view to any mean indulgence of it. And, in... "
The Bit O' Writin' and Other Tales - Page 173
by John Banim - 1838
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The Bit O' Writin' &c. &c: Tales

O'Hara family pseud - 1838
...specimen of self-assertion, would not indulge his admiration with a view to any mean indulgence o^it. And, in fact, when, after sitting in the shop, upon...day for more than six months, he at last whispered VOL. II. H his sentiments to Lucy, the declaration sounded seriously and respectfully to her ear, and,...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 14

Eliakim Littell - 1829
...specimen of self-assertion, would not indulge his admiration with a view to any mean indulgence of it. And, in fact, when, after sitting in the shop, upon...that of obtaining her hand, with the due consent of fithcr and mother. The scene must now be very abruptly changed to the reader, with a breach of the...
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The New Parley library

1844
...view to any mean indulgence of it. And, in fact, when, after sitting in the shop upon the flour chest, or in the old chair, day after day for more than six months, he at last whispered his sentiments to Mary, the declaration sounded seriously and respectfully to her ear, and she concluded, could be made...
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The Bit O' Writin': Containing [twenty Stories]

John Banim - 1865 - 371 pages
...specimen of Self-assertion, would not indulge his admiration with a view to any mean indulgence of it. In fact, when, after sitting in the shop, upon the...be made only in one hope — that of obtaining her baud, with the due consent of father and mother. The scene must now be very abruptly changed, with...
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The Keepsake for 1829

Frederic Mansel Reynolds - Fiction - 2006 - 404 pages
...specimen of self-assertion, would not indulge his admiration with a view to any mean indulgence of it. And, in fact, when, after sitting in the shop, upon...ear, and, she concluded, could be made only in one hope—that of obtaining her hand, with the due consent of father and mother. The scene must now be...
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