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Elizabeth, Or, The Exiles of Siberia: A Tale Founded Upon Facts - Page 132
by Madame Cottin (Sophie) - 1815 - 174 pages
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Elizabeth: Or, The Exiles of Siberia: a Tale, Founded Upon Facts. From the ...

Madame Cottin (Sophie) - French fiction - 1812 - 142 pages
...poultry, and baggage. Notwithstanding these were criminals, sentenced to a milder doom, for offences which might have been elsewhere, punished with death,...excite compassion in Elizabeth ; but, when she met culprits escorted by an officer of state, whose noble mei retraced to her remembrance that of her father,...
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Elizabeth: or, The exiles of Siberia. A tale, founded upon facts. From the ...

Cottin (Sophie, Madame) - Literary Criticism - 1822 - 178 pages
...were criminals, who had been sentenced to a milder doom, for offences which might justly have been punished with death, they did not fail to excite compassion...when she met exiles escorted by an officer of state; persons whose noble mien called to her recollection the condition of her father, she could not forbear...
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Elizabeth; or, The exiles of Siberia

Sophie Ristaud Cottin, Elizabeth (fict.name.) - 1858
...these were criminals, who had been sentenced to a milder doom for offences which might justly have been punished with death, they did not fail to excite compassion...when she met exiles escorted by an officer of state, persona whose noble mien called to her recollection the condition of her father, she could not forbear...
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The History of Rasselas. And Elizabeth

Samuel Johnson - 1876 - 395 pages
...were criminals, who had been sentenced to a milder doom, for offences which might justly have been punished with death, they did not fail to excite compassion...when she met exiles escorted by an officer of state ; persona whose noble mien called to her recollection the condition of her father, she could not forbear...
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Elizabeth; or, The exiles of Siberia, from the French

Sophie Ristaud Cottin, Elizabeth (fict.name.) - 1880
...offences which might have been punished with death, they did not fail to excite compassion in her. But when she met exiles escorted by an officer of state, whose noble mien called to her mind her father, she could not forbear shedding tears at their fate. Sometimes she offered...
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature ...: A Biographical ..., Volume 6

John Clark Ridpath - Literature - 1898
...offences which might have been punished with death, they did not fail to excite compassion in her. But when she met exiles escorted by an Officer of State, whose noble mien called to her mind her father, she could not forbear shedding tears at their fate. Sometimes she offered...
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature: A Biographical and ..., Volume 6

John Clark Ridpath - Literature - 1903
...offences which might have been punished with death, they did not fail to excite compassion in her. But when she met exiles escorted by an Officer of State, whose noble mien called to her mind her father, she could not forbear shedding tears at their fate. Sometimes she offered...
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