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" Yes, Miss Mary, dear, I allow that she is very nice to you; but who could help that? and to hear my lady's name - that might have her faults, but who was far above anything of the sort - in every mouth, and her costoome, that they don't know how to describe,... "
Old Lady Mary: A Story of the Seen and the Unseen - Page 117
1884 - 134 pages
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 135

1884
...might have her faults, but who was far above anything of the sort — in every mouth, and her costoome, that they don't know how to describe, and to think...close to the young lady with an anxious look. " You haven't seen anything 1 " she said. " That would be only natural, Miss Mary. I could well understand...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 39; Volume 102

1884
...— in every mouth, and her costoome, that they don't know how to describe, and to think that .?//< would go and talk to the like of Betsy Barnes about...close to the young lady with an anxious look. " You haven't seen anything?" she said. "That would be only natural, Miss Mary. I could well understand she...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

England - 1884
...don't know how to describe, and to think that she would go and talk to the like of Betsy Barnes alxnit what is on her mind ! I think sometimes I shall break my heart, or else throw up my place, Miss Man,'," Prentiss said, with tears. "Oh, don't do that; oh, don't leave me, Prentiss ! " Mary said,...
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Two stories of the seen and the unseen. The open door. Old lady Mary [by M.O ...

1885
...might have her faults, but who was far above anything of the sort — in every mouth, and her costoome, that they don't know how to describe : and to think...close to the young lady with an anxious look. "You haven't seen anything ? " she said. " That would be only natural, Miss Mary ; I could well understand...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 39; Volume 102

1884
...have her faults, but who was far above anything of the /sort — in every mouth, and her costoome, that they don't know how to describe, and to think...close to the young lady with an anxious look. " You haven't seen anything?" she said. "That would be only natural, Miss Mary. I could well understand she...
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