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" Lady Mary had a consciousness, which was pleasant to her, that so far as the hosen and shoon went, she had abundant means of preparing herself for the pricks of any road, however rough; but she had no time to indulge this pleasing reflection, for she... "
Old Lady Mary: A Story of the Seen and the Unseen - Page 41
by Mrs. Oliphant (Margaret) - 1884 - 134 pages
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 39; Volume 102

1884
...recollection she knew not how — " If hosen and shoon thou gavest nane, The whins shall prick thee intill the bane." When she saw that her companion heard her,...quarter of the world. " Ah," he said, shaking his head, " T fear that is impossible." " But it is to set something right, which out of mere inadvertence, with...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 135

1884
...whom she passed, and addressed him piteously. "Oh, tell me — you have been longer here than 1 — cannot one send a letter, a message, if it were only...world. " Ah," he said, shaking his head, " I fear that is impossible." " But it is to set something right, which out of mere inadvertence, with no ill-meaning...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 160

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1884
...whom she passed, and addressed him piteously. "Oh, tell me — you have been longer here than 1 — cannot one send a letter, a message, if it were only...of the world. " Ah," he said, shaking his head, " I I fear that it is impossible." " but it is to set something right, which out of mere inadvertence,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 135

Scotland - 1884
...whom she passed, and addressed him piteously. " Oh, tell me — you have been longer here than 1 — cannot one send a letter, a message, if it were only...and listening ; so that it began to seem possible to lier that some such expedient might still be within her reach. "It is to England,".' she said, thinking...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 135

1884
...whom she passed, and addressed him piteously. " Oh, tell me — you have been longer here than 1 — cannot one send a letter, a message, if it were only a single word 1 " " Where ? " he said, stopping and listening ; so that it began to seem possible to her that some...
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Two stories of the seen and the unseen. The open door. Old lady Mary [by M.O ...

Margaret Oliphant Oliphant - 1885
...no way in which a message could reach those who remained behind? She caught the first passer - by, and addressed him piteously. " Oh, tell me— you...is to England," she said, thinking he meant to ask to which quarter of the world. " Ah," he said, shaking his head, " I fear that is impossible." " But...
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Stories of the Seen and the Unseen

Mrs. Oliphant (Margaret) - 1889 - 615 pages
...rest. No one had accused her, or brought before her judge the things that were against her. She iv was who had done it all, — she, whose memory did...and listening ; so that it began to seem possible to he.- that some such expedient might still be within her reach. " It is to England," she said, thinking...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 39; Volume 102

1884
...recollection she knew not how — " If hosen and shoon thou gavest nane, The whins shall prick thee intill the bane." When she saw that her companion heard her,...quarter of the world. " Ah," he said, shaking his head, " T fear that is impossible." " But it is to set something right, which out of mere inadvertence, with...
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