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" ... letters ; nor did any one of them ever know that I was the secretary to the others. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser was open before... "
Lives of the novelists - Page 6
by sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1825
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 31

Charles Dudley Warner - Literature - 1897
...others. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offense was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...or changed. One, highly gratified with her lover's fervor and vows of everlasting love, has said when I have asked her direction: 'I cannot tell you what...
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Longman's Handbook of English Literature

R. McWilliam - English literature - 1900 - 608 pages
...directed to chide and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time when the heart of the chider or repulser was open before...everlasting love, has said, when I have asked her directions, ' I cannot tell you what to write, but ' (her heart on her lips) ' you cannot write too...
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Longman's Handbook of English Literature: From A.D. 673 to the Present Time

Robert McWilliam - English literature - 1900 - 608 pages
...directed to chide and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time when the heart of the chider or repulser was open before...dreading to be taken at her word, directing this word or tliat expression, to be softened or changed. One, highly gratified with her lover's fervour and vows...
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Sketches of Booksellers of Other Days

Edward Marston - Booksellers and bookselling - 1901 - 182 pages
...their lovers' letters ; nor did any of them ever know that I was the secretary to the others. . . . One, highly gratified with her lover's fervour and...of everlasting love, has said when I have asked her directions : ' I cannot tell you what to write, but ' (her heart on her lips) ' you cannot write too...
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The Complete Novels, Volume 1

Samuel Richardson - 1902
...others. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...fervour, and vows of everlasting love, has said, when I asked her direction; I cannot tell you what to write; but, (her heart on her lips) you cannot write...
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THE NOVELS OF MR. SAMUEL RICHARDSON

1902
...others. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...fervour, and vows of everlasting love, has said, when I asked her direction; I cannot tell you what to write; but, (her heart on her lips) you cannot write...
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Classic Tales by Famous Authors: Containing Complete Selections ..., Volume 1

Frederick Brigham De Berard - 1905
...repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chiller or repulser was open before me, overflowing with esteem...repulser, dreading to be taken at her word, directing this or that expression to be softened or changed." This experience, with the suggestion of a friend, was...
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Samuel Richardson. [Selections] by S. Kaye-Smith

Samuel Richardson - 1911
...among eighteenthcentury writers, if not in literature. " I have been directed to chide and even repulse at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...word or that expression to be softened or changed." After Richardson had left his native county, and had become the industrious apprentice of John Wilde,...
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A Quiet Corner in a Library

William Henry Hudson - English literature - 1915 - 238 pages
...others. I have been directed to chide and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given; at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...fervour and vows of everlasting love, has said, when I asked her direction, ' I cannot tell you what to write, but (her heart on her lips) you cannot write...
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Essays on Books

William Lyon Phelps - Literature - 1922 - 319 pages
...others. I have been directed to chide, and even repulse, when an offence was either taken or given, at the very time that the heart of the chider or repulser...dreading to be taken at her word, directing this word, or c 17 that expression, to be softened or changed. One highly gratified with her lover's fervour, and...
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