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Books Books 1 - 3 of 3 on Ida ^,11 this time? The children hardly thought of her, so wholly was their attention....  
" Ida ^,11 this time? The children hardly thought of her, so wholly was their attention occupied by the wonderful tree, with all its wonderful fruits, and by the / lovely Christkindchen herself, who, in soft, flowing white muslin, which fell in folds to... "
Leisure Moments Improved: A Collection of History, Biography, Travels, and ... - Page 59
1856 - 215 pages
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The governess

Marguerite Gardiner (countess of Blessington.) - 1839
...same precious materials, over her brow ; a robe of white tulle, worn over satin of the same snowy hue, fell in folds to her feet, and was confined at the waist by a ceinture of brilliants. Her arms and wrists were encircled by diamonds, and their withered and bony...
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The Governess and The Belle of a Season

Marguerite Countess of Blessington - English fiction - 1840 - 320 pages
...same precious materials, over her brow ; a robe of white tulle, worn over satin of the same snowy hue, fell in folds to her feet, and was confined at the waist by a ceinture of brilliants. Her arms and wrists were encircled by diamonds, and their withered and bony...
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The Garland, Or Token of Friendship

Emily Percival - Gift books - 1854
...Germany who could make these things so beautiful as she. % But where was Fraulein Ida ^,11 this time? The children hardly thought of her, so wholly was...of her tree. She had silvery, shining wings on her shoulderc, and a little silver crown on her head. Never was a more beautiful figure beheld. She looked...
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