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Text:"...280 LIFE OF MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. did not come) which we spent there, talking to, and laughing with, so many clever men. It was worth twenty operas and a hundred processions. We went back time enough..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"...884 MARYRUSSELLMITFORD lines which join us together in intention and purpose. ... I wonder whether you always leave people liking you so very much more than they seem to have a right to do..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1913
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...340 MARYRUSSELLMITFORD but I do not think that this slight testimony of a very sincere affection could do you harm in that way, for even those who do not allow novels in their house sanction my..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...280 LIFE OF MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. did not come) which we spent there, talking to, and laughing with, so many clever men. It was worth twenty operas and a hundred processions. We went back time enough..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"...884 MARYRUSSELLMITFORD lines which join us together in intention and purpose. ... I wonder whether you always leave people liking you so very much more than they seem to have a right to do..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...282 . LIFE OP MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. To MRS. MITFORD, Bertram House. Tavistock House, Sunday, March 1, 1818. Having a leisure hour, my own dearest and best-beloved, I avail myself of it to begin..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...384 MARYRUSSELLMITFORD lines which join us together in intention and purpose. ... I wonder whether you always leave people liking you so very much more than they seem to have a right to do..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...840 MARYRUSSELLMITFORD but I do not think that this slight testimony of a very sincere affection could do you harm in that way, for even those who do not allow novels in their house sanction my..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...302 LIFE OF MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. ridiculous (my pet dandy always excepted) is not quite so ridiculous, abroad and walking, as set down upon paper. You must write soon and long. Think how much we..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...366 LIFE OF MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. now reading Potters JEschylus with the intensity of admiration with which you would look at the frescoes of Michael Angelo. Happening to express something..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...106 MARYRUSSELLMITFORD any particulars of it. ... Pray return, my dear papa. You and mamma have ever my warmest affection, but you are rather out of favour at present ; yet I am still fondly my..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...120 LIFE OF MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. from dear Mr. St. Quintin, a dozen closely-ruled books, such as we used to have for our exercises ? And pray try to get me (without buying) some books about Spain..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...232 LIFE OF MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. and graceful. I am sadly afraid of losing him I am so unfortunate in my favorites but as he is only fifteen months old, has had the distemper, has a glorious..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...356 LIFE OF MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. he held his tongue in the most provoking manner possible, and, when I made him talk, talked not nonsense, but the dullest, gravest, prosiest sense vapid, stale..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...370 LIFE OF MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. tortured, and finishes by killing him ; and his wife, Marina, is a mere scold. Both that and Sardanapalus are miserably wire-drawn and spun out. One is really..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... me. M. R, Mitford : Letter to Mr. D. Starkey, July, 1853, in * Friendships of MaryRussellMitford. The head is mercifully spared, but for above six..."
Date:1887
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...372 LIFE OF MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. glory of reading a poem, and the soberer credit of reading a good book. Its a sort of union of sermon and romance a Sunday evening amusement which mammas tolerate..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...^ LLFE OF MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. through. No thanks to the author that it is not as hating and disagreeable as Lara or Manfred. I am quite convinced that he would have made it so if he could..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...106 MARYRUSSELLMITFORD any particulars of it. . . . Pray return, my dear papa. You and mamma have ever my warmest affection, but you are rather out of favour at present ; yet I am still fondly my..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1913
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...180 LIFE OF MARYRUSSELLMITFORD. if not a Reformer I am nothing, for I have as pretty a contempt for the ministers as my Whiggish papa, and as comfortable a dislike to the Whigs as my ministerial..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA