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" She was then twenty-six years old. She had a face and frame that would indicate fulness and tenacity of life. She was rather under the middle height ; her complexion was fair, with strong, fair hair. She was then, as always, carefully and becomingly dressed,... "
Love-letters of Margaret Fuller, 1845-1846 - Page 195
by Margaret Fuller, James Gotendorf - 1903 - 228 pages
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 18

Thomas Spencer Baynes - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1888
...and frame that would indicate fulness and tenacity of life. She was rather under the middle height ; her complexion -was fair, with strong fair hair. She...as always, carefully and becomingly dressed, and of hdylike tel f -possession. For the rest her appearance had nothing prepossessing. Her extreme plainness,...
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Essays in Puritanism

Sir Andrew Macphail - Biography - 1905 - 339 pages
...fulness and tenacity of life " the philosophers of those days were hard bitten by phrenology. " She was then, as always, carefully and becomingly...eyelids, the nasal tone of her voice, all repelled. Soon her wit effaced the impression of her unattractiveness, and the eyes which were so plain at first...
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The McGill University Magazine, Volume 3

Andrew Macphail - 1905
...fulness and tenacity of life " the philosophers of those days were hard bitten with phrenology. " She was then as always carefully and becomingly dressed, and of lady-like self possession. For the rest, her appearance had nothing prepossessing. Her extreme plainness, a trick...
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Essays in Puritanism

Sir Andrew Macphail - Biography - 1905 - 339 pages
...indicate fulness and tenacity of life" the philosophers of those days were hard bitten by phrenology. "She was then as always carefully and becomingly dressed, and of lady-like self possession. For the rest, her appearance had nothing prepossessing. Her extreme plainness, a trick...
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Margaret Fuller : An American Romantic Life Volume I: The Private Years: An ...

Charles Capper Associate Professor of History Boston University - History - 1994 - 456 pages
...and frame that would indicate fullness and tenacity of life. She was rather under the middle height; her complexion was fair, with strong fair hair. She...becomingly dressed, and of lady-like self-possession. [She had been right about that "faded calico frock"!] For the rest, her appearance had nothing prepossessing....
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PORTRAIT GALLERY OF EMINENT MEN AND WOMEN OF EUROPE AND AMERICA.

EVERT A. DUYCKINCK. - 1873
...and frame that would indicate fulness and tenacity of life. She was rather under the middle height; her complexion was fair, with strong fair hair. She...carefully and becomingly dressed, and of ladylike self possession. For the rest, her appearance had nothing prepossessing. Her extreme plainness, ...
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