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" I consider fidelity and constancy as two distinct things ; yet the former is necessary to give life to the other, and such a degree of respect do I think due to myself, that, if only probity, which is a good thing in its place, brings you back, never... "
The Annual Necrology, for 1797-8;: Including, Also, Various Articles of ... - Page 409
1800 - 653 pages
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Posthumous Works of the Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman ...

Mary Wollstonecraft - Women - 1798
...things ; yet the former is neceflkry, to give life to the other—- and fuch a degree of refpeft do I think due to myfelf, that, if only probity, which...happinefs — I could not forgive it, if I would. I have got/en into a melancholy mood, you perceive. You know my opinion of men in general; you know that I...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 193

1901
...former is necessary to give life to the latter ; and such a degree of respect do I think due to myself, that if only probity, which is a good thing in its...if a wandering of the heart, or even a caprice of imagination, detains you, there is an end of all my hopes of happiness. I could not forgive it, if...
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Letters to Imlay

Mary Wollstonecraft - Women authors, English - 1879 - 207 pages
...former is necessary to give life to the other, and such a degree of respect do I think due to myself, that, if only probity, which is a good thing in its...imagination detains you, there is an end of all my hopes of happiness. I could not forgive it if I would. I have gotten into a melancholy mood, you perceive. You...
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Mary Wollstonecraft. Letters to Imlay, with prefatory memoir by C.K. Paul

Mary Wollstonecraft - Authors, English - 1879 - 207 pages
...former is necessary to give life to the other, and such a degree of respect do I think due to myself, that, if only probity, which is a good thing in its...imagination detains you, there is an end of all my hopes of happiness. I could not forgive it if I would. I have gotten into a melancholy mood, you perceive. You...
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Mary Wollstonecraft: Letters to Imlay

Mary Wollstonecraft - Authors, English - 1879 - 207 pages
...former is necessary to give life to the other, and such a degree of respect do I think due to myself, that, if only probity, which is a good thing in its...imagination detains you, there is an end of all my hopes of happiness. I could not forgive it if I would. general ; you know that I think them systematic tyrants,...
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Old Love-letters

Abby Sage Richardson - Authors, English - 1882 - 322 pages
...former is necessary to give life to the other ; and such a degree of respect do I think due to nyself, that, if only probity, which is a good thing in its...the imagination detains you, there is an end of all ray hopes of happiness. I could not forgive it if I would. I have gotten into a melancholy mood, you...
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Life of Mary Wollstonecraft

Elizabeth Robins Pennell - Authors, English - 1884 - 360 pages
...former is necessary to give life to the other ; and such a degree of respect do I think due to myself, that if only probity, which is a good thing in its...imagination detains you, there is an end of all my hopes of happiness. I could not forgive it if I would. " I have gotten into a melancholy mood, you perceive....
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The Living Age ..., Volume 230

1901
...former is necessary to give life to the latter: and such a degree 'of respect do I think due to myself, that if only probity, which is a good thing in its place, brings you back, never to return!— for if a wandering of the heart, or even a caprice of imagination, detains you, there...
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