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" She threw both her arms about his neck, and kissed him ! The poor boy was wholly unprepared for such a kind return for his blow. He could not endure the generous affection of his sister^ His feelings were touched, and he burst out crying. "
Sanders' Union Reader, Number Three: Containing Exercises in Reading ... - Page 49
by Charles Walton Sanders - 1873 - 264 pages
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The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany

...return for his blow. He could not endure the generous affection of his sister. " The gentle sister took the corner of her apron and wiped away his tears, and sought to comfort him by saying with endearing sweetness and generous affection, 'Don't cry, George,...
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The Bible Christian VOLUME VI.-Third Series

The Bible Christian VOLUME VI.-Third Series - 1844
...generous affection of his sister. His feelings Ģere touched, arid he burst out crying. His gentle sister took the corner of her apron, and wiped away his tears, and sought to comfort him by saying, with endearing sweetness and generous affection, " Don't cry, George;...
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Anti-war: Two discourses, delivered at Williston and Burlington, July, 1846 ...

John Gregory - 1847 - 110 pages
...the generous affection of his sister. It broke his heart, and he burst out crying. The gentle sister took the corner of her apron and wiped away his tears, and sought to comfort him, by saying, with most endearing sweetness and generous affection, " Don't cry...
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Cyclopedia of Moral and Religious Anecdotes: A Collection of Nearly Three ...

Kazlitt Arvine - Anecdotes - 1848 - 891 pages
...the generous affection of his sister. It broke his heart, and he burst out crying. The gentle sister took the corner of her apron and wiped away his tears, and sought to comfort him, by saying, with most endearing sweetness and generous affection, " Don't cry...
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Tales and stories for the young

Tales - Fiction - 1849
...the generous affection of his sister. It broke his heart, and he burst out crying. The gentle sister took the corner of her apron and wiped away his tears, and sought to comfort him, by saying, with most endearing sweetness and generous affection, "Don't cry,...
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Student and Family Miscellany, Volumes 1-2

Study Aids - 1850
...generous affection of his sister. His feelings were touched, and he burst out crying. His gentle sister took the corner of her apron, and wiped away his tears, and sought to comfort him by saying, with endearing sweetness and generous affection, "Don't cry, George;...
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A kiss for a blow: or, A collection of [47] stories for children, showing ...

Henry Clarke Wright - Self-Help - 1853
...generous affection of his sister^ His feelings were touched, and he burst out crying. His gentle sister took the corner of her apron, and wiped away his tears, and sought to comfort him by saying, with endearing sweetness and generous affection, " Don't cry George,...
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The advanced prose and poetical reader, by A.W. Buchan

Alexander Winton Buchan - 1854
...the generous affection of his sister. It broke his heart, and he burst out crying. The gentle sister took the corner of her apron and wiped away his tears, and sought to comfort him, by saying, with most endearing sweetness and generous affection, "Don't cry,...
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The Westminster Shorter Catechism: With Analysis, Scriptural Proofs ...

James Robert Boyd - Westminster shorter catechism - 1856 - 264 pages
...generous affection of his sister. His feelings were touched, and he burst into tears. His gentle sister took the corner of her apron, and wiped away his tears, and sought to comfort him by saying : " Don't cry, George ; you did not hurt me much." But he only wept...
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The Boys' and girls' companion for leisure hours, ed. by J. and M. Bennett

John Bennett (editor.) - 1857
...such a und return for his blow. His feelings were touched, and he burst out crying. His gentle sister took the corner of her apron and wiped away his tears, and sought to comfort him by lying, with endearing sweetness and generous affection, "Don't cry, George;...
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