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" Kenyon used to relate, her vexation and anger were suddenly changed into admiration. He was riding on a stick, and went round and round the room, in the height of infantile joyousness. Mrs Kenyon, as soon as she could get him to stand, asked him if he... "
St. Nicholas - Page 293
by Mary Mapes Dodge - 1909
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1837
...child rushed in ; and, as Mrs Kenyon used to relate, her vexation and anger were suddenly changed into admiration. He was riding on a stick, and went round and round the room, in the height of infantile joyousness. Mrs Kenyon, as soon as she could get him to stand, asked him...
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The English nation; or, A history of England in the lives of Englishmen

George Godfrey Cunningham - 1863
...child rushed in ; and, as Mrs Kenyon used to relate, her vexation and anger were suddenly changed into admiration. He was riding on a stick, and went round and round the room, in the height of infantile joyousness. Mrs Kenyon, as soon as she could get him to stand, asked him...
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The life of Lloyd, fisrt lord Kenyon

George Thomas Kenyon (hon.) - 1873
...and, as Lady Kenyon used to relate, her vexation and anger were instantly changed into admiration. lie was riding on a stick, and went round and round the room in the height of infantile joyousness. Mrs. Kenyon, as soon as she could get him to stand, asked him...
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A Century of British Painters

Richard Redgrave, Samuel Redgrave - Art - 1947 - 612 pages
...child .rushed in; and as Lady Kenyon used to relate, her vexation and anger were suddenly changed into admiration. He was riding on a stick, and went round and round the room in the height of infantile joyousness. Mrs. Kenyon, as soon as she could get him to stand, asked the...
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