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Text:"... and keep that corner of your heart warm where you have been so good as to allow me a place. M. BERRY. 1 Richard Westmacott, R.A., 2 to MaryBerry 21 WILTON PLACE, May 10, 1834. DEAR MADAM, You were so good..."
Date:1914
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., your obliged, Maria Edgeworth.^ MaryBerry to Agnes Berry Paris, Sunday, April y, 1816. I think I contrive to get rid of my ills quicker than you do of yours, but then yours are always out of the 1..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of leaving. Yours ever most sincerely M. Berry.i MaryBerry to Mrs. Austin 2 Richmond, Tuesday, May 26, 1846. My dear Mrs. Austin, - I only waited till the flurry of your wedding was over to claim your promise..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of leaving. Yours ever most sincerely M. BERRY. 1 MaryBerry to Mrs. Austin f RICHMOND, Tuesday, May 26, 1846. MY DEAR MRS. AUSTIN, I only waited till the flurry of your wedding was over to claim your promise..."
Date:1914
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., your obliged, MARIA EDGEWORTH. MaryBerry to Agnes Berry PARIS, Sunday, April 7, 1816. I think I contrive to get rid of my ills quicker than you do of yours, but then yours are always out of the 1 Edmund..."
Date:1914
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... and keep that corner of your heart warm where you have been so good as to allow me a place. M. Berry.i Richard Westmacott, i?.^.,^ to MaryBerry 21 Wilton Place, May lo, 1834. Dear Madam,- You were so good..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... at a London theatre with what result will presently be seen. Lord Palmerston 1 to MaryBerry BROA.DLA.KDS, January 27, 1803. Accept my best thanks, dear MissBerry, for your agreeable letter, which revived..."
Date:1914
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... publications to which their Mothers celebrity will give rise. Yours affectionately. J.P.I Mary and Agnes Berry had gone abroad in the summer of 1817, and in September were at Florence. They were again at Genoa..."
Date:1914
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., - Ever sincerely yours. C. H.« The Hon. Mrs. Damer to MaryBerry London, Thursday, April 14, 1803. I have now before me your two kind letters of the 30th March and the 3rd April, which I received to..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...AT HOME AND ON THE CONTINENT 209 The Hon. Mrs. Howe to MaryBerry August 7, 1802. Do not tell me of dull epistles, my dear MissBerry ! I never can receive one more to my taste and way of thinking..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...-abnegation made her influence less recognised in her lifetime than felt when we had lost her. ^ MaryBerry did not long survive her sister, and on November 10 she passed away. Dean Milman, who had preached..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...xiv BERRY PAPERS PACK Damer and MaryBerry - The Berrys depart for Italy - Mra Darners devotion to MaryBerry - Dr. George Fordyce - M. and Mme. de Boufflers - Edward Jerningham, the charming man..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., by the above account, has this winter been exerted in making something out of nothing - society out of solitude. The Duke of Devonshire to MaryBerry London, February 13, 18 17. My dear MissBerry, - Lord John..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... in giving birth to a third child, which did not survive its mother. I have been told that his 1 MaryBerry, Notes of Early Life. 1 She was daughter of John Seton of the very ancient Scottish family of Seton..."
Date:1914
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... of France and their republic of larrons and poissardes, who terrified me sufficiently ; but I never expected that you would dash yourself to pieces at Pisa! - Horace Walpole to MaryBerry, April 3, 1791..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MARY AND AGNES BERRY IN SOCIETY 311 MaryBerry to Agnes Berry Rue dAnjoo [Paris], Sunday Evening, 8 oclock, March 3, 1816. Well, dearest Agnes, I arrived soon after 4 oclock to-day, at least 2 hours..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... to your sister.^ The Hon. Mrs. Darner to MaryBerry London, Sattirday, January i6, 1803. It is not possible for me to express to you what I have suffered for these last days. At my poor mothers age the sad..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...426 BERRY PAPERS Earl of Carlisle to MaryBerry CASTLE HOWARD, Dec ember 8, 1 843. MY DEAR MissBERRY, 1 have read the third volume and two parts of the fourth of the Selwyn Correspondence. 1 I..."
Date:1914
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THE LOVE-STORY OF MARYBERRY 193 creature as yourself. Adieu, Adieu. The door bell rings and I must receive whoever it is. It was Sir G. Wombwell and Lord Ch. Bellasyse. He is a fine, dashing Genius..."
Date:1914
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... - Mrs. Howe in 1799 being seventy-eight and MaryBerry thirty-six. Mrs. Howe survived until June 1814, thus passing away in her ninety-third year. She possessed an extraordinary force of mind, clearness..."
Date:Between 1763 and 1852
Publication place:New York, USA