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Text:"...48 MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD delicacy and enforced bodily inactivity, terminating as we have seen. There had come the sad crisis when the English ports were opened, and all her keen sympathies..."
Date:1894
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD 131 They had passed into the Salle de Bourgogne, a refectory given over to the use of visitors. It was empty, and the brother went up to a large press or cupboard, and..."
Date:1894
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD 51 whole curriculum. And this not with any idea of practising, for he never practised, never intended to do so ; he simply was happy in it. He was a great friend..."
Date:1894
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...72 MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD They had halted at Lyons for the night, reaching the old town as the evening shadows were falling, but it was still light enough to see and appreciate its picturesque..."
Date:1894
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Text:"...MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD 133 times, they are even commanded to talk on these occasions. Our travellers watched them until they disappeared, but long after that the echo of their voices might..."
Date:1894
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Text:"...142 MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD day she could hear the solemn tolling of midnight upon the startled air, and imagine that she saw phantom forms flitting up the mountain passes, in and out..."
Date:1894
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Text:"...136 MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD It is all right, he laughed. You may find it cold up in the mountains, and may want an extra cloak whilst walking about. They set out It was a magnificent night..."
Date:1894
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Text:"..., such excellent suggestions, as those sent in by Mr, HenryWood. So high an opinion had he of his abilities that he pressed him to take up a more public life. But this did not enter into Mr. Woods ambitions, and he..."
Date:1894
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD 261 greatest friend he was, he added : Wont you join your persuasions to mine in this matter ? Mr. Wood laughed his usual quiet, easy laugh. I never influence my wife..."
Date:1894
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...252 MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD breakfasted without the help of his beloved Times^ and had taken up the paper. Parliament had not assembled, but was about to do so, and the bugle -call was already..."
Date:1894
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Text:"...146 MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD France continued to be their home for many years. They both loved the country. At one time, indeed, Mr. Wood had almost been persuaded into becoming a naturalised..."
Date:1894
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Text:"...MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD 141 more they stood in the entrance hall, the door opened, admitting a flood of moonlight ; a pressure of the hand was all that passed between Mr. Wood and Fr^re Jeronimo..."
Date:1894
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD 85 had the best in the market. She was also the largest woman in the market, and certainly the ugliest, with an eye which had a habit of looking round the corner, whilst..."
Date:1894
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Text:"...£38 MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD post, for the door opened wider, and the pale, refined face of the monk, almost hidden by the cowl, shone out in the moonlight. Cest bien vous, he whispered. Follow..."
Date:1894
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Text:"...MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD 127 on their way to the Grande Chartreuse. The peasants on the road were few - the women wearing the enormous straw bonnets still occasionally seen in the Dauphind..."
Date:1894
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Text:"...MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD 189 trouble to restore confidence. It is a mistake to take up these books, he said. You may do yourself great harm. Fancy goes far with us in our illnesses for good..."
Date:1894
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Text:"...I30 MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD closed. Rather pray that I may grow resigned to this silence of the tomb, this death in life. Not that I would undo what I have done, or go back to the world I have..."
Date:1894
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... for ever. There in a foreign grave she sleeps. But Mr. HenryWood had had enough of foreign doctors. The day his little daughter died his son was taken ill with the same fever. This, he mournfully said..."
Date:1894
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Text:"...MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD 109 of climbing. Amidst the unmelted snows they would come upon a small village, wonderfully out of the world. Nothing could be more beautiful and romantic, more..."
Date:1894
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Text:"...MEMORIALS OF MRS. HENRYWOOD 145 saint. She rose above them in every sense of the word. No protest ever went up to Heaven - Lord, why am I thus afflicted? But, on the contrary - Thou doest all..."
Date:1894
Publication place:London, England