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" became as dry and fragile as when the doctor had first thrown it into the vase. He shook ofF the few drops of moisture which clung to its petals. ' I love it as well thus, as in its dewy freshness,' observed he, pressing the withered rose "
Twice-told Tales - Page 284
1864
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 9

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, Timothy Flint, Washington Irving, John Holmes Agnew - Periodicals - 1837
...And so it was. Even while the party were looking at it, the flower continued to shrivel up, till it became as dry and fragile as when the doctor had first...the few drops of moisture which clung to its petals. 4 1 love it as well thus, as in its dewy freshness,' observed he, pressing the withered rose to his...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 9

American periodicals - 1837
...And so it was. Even while the party were looking at it, the flower continued to shrivel up, till it became as dry and fragile as when the doctor had first...the few drops of moisture which clung to its petals. His guests shivered again. A strange dullness, whether of the body or spirit they could not tell, was...
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The Maritime Monthly, Volume 3

1874
...party were looking at it, the flower continued to shrivel up, till it became as dry and fragile RS when the doctor had first thrown it into the vase....freshness," observed he, pressing the withered rose to his withered lips. While he spoke, -the butterfly fluttered down from the doctor's snowy head, and...
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Cassell's illustrated readings

Cassell, ltd - 1875
...And so it was. Even while the party were looking at it, the flower continued to shrivel up, till it became as dry and fragile as when the doctor had first...freshness," observed he, pressing the withered rose to his withered lips. While he spoke, the butterfly fluttered down from the doctor's snowy head, and...
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Hawthorne's Works, Volume 1

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1879
...And so it was. Even while the party were looking at it, the flower continued to shrivel up, till it became as dry and fragile as when the doctor had first...the few drops of moisture which clung to its petals. "f "I love it as well thus, as in its dewy freshness," observed Tfe7~press1ng the -withered- -reee-...
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Twice-told Tales

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1882 - 538 pages
...And so it was. Even while the party were looking at it, the flower continued to shrivel up, till it became as dry and fragile as when the doctor had first...freshness," observed he, pressing the withered rose to his withered lips. While he spoke, the butterfly fluttered down from the doctor's snowy head, and...
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Twice-told Tales

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1889 - 538 pages
...And so it was. Even while the party were looking at it, the flower continued to shrivel up, till it became as dry and fragile as when the doctor had first...freshness," observed he, pressing the withered rose to his withered lips. While he spoke, the butterfly fluttered down from the doctor's snowy head, and...
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Humorous Masterpieces from American Literature, Volume 1

Edward Tuckerman Mason - American wit and humor - 1886
...And so it was. Even while the party were looking at it, the flower continued to shrivel up, till it became as dry and fragile as when the doctor had first...freshness," observed he> pressing the withered rose to his withered lips. While he spoke, the butterfly fluttered down from the doctor's snowy head, and...
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American Humor: Beecher, Hawthorne, Holmes, Irving, Longfellow, Etc

American literature - 1886 - 287 pages
...And so it was. Even while the party were looking at it, the flower continued to shrivel up, till it became as dry and fragile as when the doctor had first...freshness," observed he, pressing the withered rose to his withered lips. While he spoke, the butterfly fluttered down from the doctor's snowy head, and...
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Practical Lessons in the Use of English for Grammar Schools, with Supplement

Mary Frances Hyde - English language - 1889 - 342 pages
...18. He that leans on his own strength leans on a broken reed. I 20. We receive but what we give. 21. He shook off the few drops of moisture which clung to its petals. 22. It was a fine sunny morning when the thrilling cry of "land ! " was given from the mast-head. 23....
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