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" I looked up, and met all his wonted benignity of countenance, though something still of wildness in his eyes. Think, however, of my surprise, to feel him put both his hands round my two shoulders, and then kiss my cheek! "
Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay ... - Page 189
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ...

1842
...suspicions and displeasure, was so violently combated by the tremour of my nerves, that I fairly think I may reckon it the greatest effort of personal courage...of countenance, though something still of wildness iu his eyes. Think, howerer, of my surprise, to feel him put both bis hands round my two shoulders,...
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The Diary and Letters of Frances Burney, Madame D'Arblay, Volume 1

Sarah Chauncey Woolsey - 1880
...suspicions and displeasure, was so violently combated by the tremor of my nerves, that I fairly think I may reckon it the greatest effort of personal courage...my two shoulders, and then kiss my cheek ! I wonder 1 did not really sink, so exquisite was my affright when I saw him spread out his arms ! Involuntarily,...
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The Diary and Letters of Frances Burney, Madame D'Arblay, Volume 2

Fanny Burney, Susan Coolidge - English diaries - 1880
...suspicions and displeasure, was so violently combated by the tremor of my nerves, that I fairly think I may reckon it the greatest effort of personal courage I have ever made. The effort answereji : I looked up, and. met all his wonted benignity of countenance, though something still of...
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The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay (Frances Burney): 1787-1792

Fanny Burney - 1891
...suspicions and displeasure, was so violently combated by the tremor of my nerves, that I fairly think I may reckon it the greatest effort of personal courage I have ever made. A ROYAL SALUTE AND ROYAL CONFIDENCES. The effort answered : I looked up, and met all his wonted benignity...
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Readings in English History Drawn from the Original Sources: Intended to ...

Edward Potts Cheyney - Great Britain - 1908 - 781 pages
...suspicions and displeasure was so violently combated by the tremor of mj nerves that I fairly think I may reckon it the greatest effort of personal courage...eyes. Think, however, of my surprise, to feel him pot both his hands round my two shoulders and then kiss my cheek ! I wonder I did not really sink,...
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George III A Personal History

Christopher Hibbert - Biography & Autobiography - 2008 - 512 pages
...assured by the mild tone of his voice, I instantly forced myself forward, to meet him [she recorded] ... I looked up, and met all his wonted benignity of countenance, though something of wildness in his eyes. Think, however, of my surprise to feel him put both his hands round my two...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 65

1842
...suspicions and displeasure, was so violently combated by the tremour of my nerves, that I fairly think I may reckon it the greatest effort of personal courage I have ever made. The effort answered: 1 looked up, and met all his wonted benignity of countenance, though something still of wildness iu...
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