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" You should have seen her face when she came out !" Dick told the story quite simply, as if it was the most natural thing in the world that he should throw his wife into the river. Grace looked at him with astonishment, and then began to laugh as well.... "
Ready-money Mortiboy [by W. Besant and J. Rice]. - Page 106
by Walter Besant (sir.) - 1872
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Cerise, Volume 3

George John Whyte- Melville - 1866 - 534 pages
...feelings dissolved at the sound of her sweet voice, so like her daughter's, while she asked him softly, as if it was the most natural thing in the world that he should be waiting outside within twenty paces of his own house : " George, what is it ? You are disturbed...
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Once a Week

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1872
...her. " Yes. I didn't think of that till she was at the bottom, and I saw the bubbles coming up her bubbles ! But there was no fear. Bless you, she came...astonishment, and then began to laugh as well. It was impos sible to treat Dick like an ordinary creature. " Now, look here, Grace, my dear," Dick went on....
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 119

1876
...fowling-piece ready loaded. Asking casually what he was looking out for, the inhabitant of Emblehoe replied, as if it was the most natural thing in the world, that he was watching there for a seal or a Spindlehoe man Spindlehoe being the next village to the northward....
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Library of Famous Fiction, Volume 1

1879
...But there was no fear. Bless you 1 she came to the top, and floated like a cork. You should have ueen her face when she came out ! " Dick told the story...river. Grace looked at him with astonishment, and lien began to laugh as well. It was impossible to treat Dick like an ordinary creature. " Now look...
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The Poems and Stories of Fitz-James O'Brien

Fitz James O'Brien - American literature - 1881 - 485 pages
...rapid glance at the sunny, girlish face that looked up into his with mch a frank, easy expression, as if it was the most natural thing in the world that he should fall, and that she should come out and offer to mend his trousers. " Thank you, child ! " said he,...
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Mollie darling

Constance Eleanora C. Howard (lady.) - Fiction - 1883
...were ruined, and I came off instantly to see what I could do for you.' Lord Mark makes his explanation as if it was the most natural thing in the world that he should help Mollie, and so indeed she feels also. Mollie gives him a grateful look. With La Fontaine, she...
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The Diamond Lens: With Other Stories

Fitz James O'Brien - 1885 - 337 pages
...rapid glance at the sunny, girlish face that looked up into his with such a frank, easy expression, as if it was the most natural thing in the world that he should fall, and that she should come out and offer to mend his trousers. " Thank you, child ! " said he,...
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Works: Cerise

George John Whyte-Melville - Fiction - 1901
...feelings dissolved at the sound of her sweet voice, so like her daughter's, while she asked him softly, as if it was the most natural thing in the world that he should be waiting outside within twenty paces of his own house " George, what is it ? You are disturbed...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumes 118-119

Scotland - 1876
...fowling-piece ready loaded. Asking casually what he was looking out for, the inhabitant of Emblehoc replied, as if it was the most natural thing in the world, that he was watching there for a seal or a Spindlehoe man Spindlehoe being the next village to the northward....
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