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" I shall be at peace. When you receive this, my burning head will be cold. I would encounter a thousand deaths, rather than a night like the last. Your treatment has thrown my mind into a state of chaos ; yet I am serene. I go to find comfort, and my only... "
The Annual Necrology, for 1797-8;: Including, Also, Various Articles of ... - Page 422
1800 - 653 pages
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Posthumous Works of the Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman ...

Mary Wollstonecraft - Women - 1798
...on your conduft ; or any appeal to the world.. Let my wrongs fleep with me ! Soon^ very foon fhalt I be at peace. When you receive this, my burning head...thrown my mind into a ftate of chaos ; yet I am ferene. 1 go to find comfort, and my only fear is, that my poor body will be infulted by an endeavour to recal...
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Letters to Imlay

Mary Wollstonecraft - Women authors, English - 1879 - 207 pages
...your conduct r- or any appeal to the world. Let my wrongs sleep with me ! Soon, very soon, I shall be at peace. When you receive this, my burning head will be cold. I would encounter a thousand deaths, rather than a night like the last. Your treatment has thrown my mind into a state...
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Mary Wollstonecraft. Letters to Imlay, with prefatory memoir by C.K. Paul

Mary Wollstonecraft - Authors, English - 1879 - 207 pages
...on your conduct or any appeal to the world. Let my wrongs sleep with me ! Soon, very soon, I shall be at peace. When you receive this, my burning head will be cold. I would encounter a thousand deaths, rather than a night like the last. Your treatment has thrown my mind into a state...
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Mary Wollstonecraft: Letters to Imlay

Mary Wollstonecraft - Authors, English - 1879 - 207 pages
...lived together. or any appeal to the world. Let my wrongs sleep with me ! Soon, very soon, I shall be at peace. When you receive this, my burning head will be cold. I would encounter a thousand deaths, rather than a night like the last. Your treatment has thrown my mind into a state...
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Old Love-letters

Abby Sage Richardson - Authors, English - 1882 - 322 pages
...on your conduct, or any appeal to the world. Let my wrongs sleep with me ! Soon, very soon, I shall be at peace. When you receive this my burning head will be cold. I would encounter a thousand deaths rather than a night like the last. Your treatment has thrown my mind into a state of...
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Life of Mary Wollstonecraft

Elizabeth Robins Pennell - Authors, English - 1884 - 360 pages
...on your conduct or any appeal to the world. Let my wrongs sleep with me ! Soon, very soon, I shall be at peace. When you receive this, my burning head will be cold. " I would encounter a thousand deaths, rather than a night like the last. Your treatment has thrown my mind into a state...
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Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin

Elizabeth Robins Pennell - BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - 1885 - 209 pages
...on your conduct or any appeal to the world. Let my wrongs sleep with me ! Soon, very soon, I shall be at peace. When you receive this my burning head will be cold. I would encounter a thousand deaths rather than a night like the last. Your treatment has thrown my mind into a state of...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 42; Volume 105

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1885
...were her words, " or any appeal to the world. Let my wrongs sleep with me ! Soon, very soon, shall I be at peace. When you receive this, my burning head will be cold." It was on a misty October evening that she approached the river at Battersea. Her intention was to...
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Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin

Elizabeth Robins Pennell - BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - 1885 - 209 pages
...appeal to the -world. Let my wrongs sleep with me ! Soon, very soon, I shall be at peace. When yon receive this my burning head will be cold. I would encounter a thousand deaths rather than a night like the last. Your treatment has thrown my mind into a state of...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 40; Volume 103

1884
...1795, before her attempt at suicide, tells the end of the sad love-story : Soon, very soon, I shall be at peace. When you receive this my burning head will be cold. I would encounter a thousand deaths rather than a night like the last. Your treatment has thrown my mind into a state of...
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