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" I entered the door, my companions standing behind me, as the place was so small as hardly to hold five persons at a time. The young nun was standing alone, near the middle of the room ; she was probably about twenty, with light hair, blue eyes, and a... "
Awful disclosures of Maria Monk, a narrative of her sufferings in the Hotel ... - Page 99
by Maria Monk - 1837
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The Dublin Review, Volume 1

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1836
...cause, for she had been repeatedly subject to trials which I need not name our common lot. When wc> reached the room where we had been bidden to seek...spoke to her in a compassionate voice, but at the game time with such a decided manner, that she comprehended my full meaning. " ' Saint Frances, we...
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Awful disclosures

Maria Monk, Cairns Collection of American Women Writers - Anti-Catholicism - 1851 - 384 pages
...was in the second story, and the place of many a scene of a shameful nature. It is sufficient for me to say, after what I have said in other parts of this...eyes, and a very fair complexion. I spoke to her in a cornpassionate voice, but, at the same time, with such a decided manner, that she comprehended my full...
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Lectures on the Present Position of Catholics in England: Addressed to the ...

John Henry Newman - Anti-Catholicism - 1851 - 388 pages
...this, I consider I may fairly be excused from quoting any more. " I entered the door," she says, " my companions standing behind me, as the place was...light hair, blue eyes, and a very fair complexion 5 ." The poor victim is brought to the Bishop, who, the writer says, " it was easy to per3 P. 36. *...
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Lectures on the present position of Catholics in England. [wanting pp. 121-168].

John Henry Newman (card.) - 1851
...this, I consider I may fairly be excused from quoting any more. " I entered the door," she says, " my companions standing behind me, as the place was...light hair, blue eyes, and a very fair complexion V The poor victim is brought to the Bishop, who, the writer says, " it was easy to per3 P. 35. P....
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Lectures on the present position of Catholics in England

John Henry Newman (card.) - 1857
...this, I consider I may fairly be excused from quoting any more. " I entered the door," she says, " my companions standing behind me, as the place was...twenty, with light hair, blue eyes, and a very fair complexion."4. The poor victim is brought to the Bishop, who, the writer 1 P. 35 p. 120. p. 75....
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Why Priests Should Wed

Justin Dewey Fulton - Celibacy - 1888 - 339 pages
...need not name, - our common lot. " When we had reached the room which we had been bidden to seek, I entered the door, my companions standing behind...middle of the room. She was probably about twenty years of age, with light hair, blue eyes, and very fair complexion." ' Think of it. She resembled in...
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The Black Convent Slave: The Climax of Nunnery Exposures : Awful Disclosures

Ford Hendrickson - Anti-Catholicism - 1914 - 131 pages
...which I need not name, our common lot. "When we reached the room which we had been bidden to seek, I entered the door, my companions standing behind...middle of the room. She was probably about twenty years of age, with light hair, blue eyes, and very fair complexion." Think of it. She resembled in...
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