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" I will not go to any tavern, but as soon as my work is done, return to my dearly beloved Sally. I hope my dear, you will not be angry, for I am really in love. I cannot be happy unless you are mine. I was afraid to mention this to you, but if you will... "
The new universal letterwriter: containing letters on different subjects - Page 37
1827
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The Universal Letter-writer; Or, New Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Rev. Thomas Cooke (A.B.) - Letter writing - 1812 - 204 pages
...work is done, return home to mjjiearlv beloved Sally. 1 hope, my dear, you will not be angry, for I am really in love. I cannot be happy .unless you are mine. I was afraid .to mention thisitoyou, but if ) ou will leave mean answerat mylodging.i, I will meet you next Sunday, after dinner,...
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The Letter Writer: Containing a Great Variety of Letters on the Following ...

Letter writing - 1827 - 276 pages
...work is done, return home to my dearly beloved Sally. I hope, my dear, you will not be angry, for I am really in love. I cannot be happy unless you are mine. I was afraid to mention this to you, btft if you will leave an answer at my lodgings, I will meet you next Sunday after dinner, at the Battery,...
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The Letter Writer: Containing a Great Variety of Letters on the Following ...

Commercial correspondence - 1831 - 139 pages
...hope, my dear, you will not be angry, for I am really in lo\e. I cannot be happy unless you are mine, t was afraid to mention this to you, but if you will...a walk to Vauxhall and drink tea. How happy shall be to hear from my channel ; but a thousand times more to think she will be mine. I am, my^ dear,...
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The universal letter-writer; or, New art of polite correspondence. Also a ...

1845
...work is done, return home to my dearly beloved Sally. I hope, my dear, you will not be angry, for I am really in love. I cannot be happy unless you are mine....I will meet you next Sunday, after dinner, at the Shepherd and Shepherdess, when we will take a walk to Hornsey-house and drink tea. How happy shall...
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The New Parlor Letter Writer: Containing a Great Variety of Letters on the ...

Letter-writing - 1849 - 144 pages
...work is done, return home to my dearly beloved Sally. I hope, my dear, you will not be angry, for I am really in love. I cannot be happy unless you are mine....will take a walk to Vauxhall and drink tea. How happy ehall I be to hear from my charmer ; but'a thousand times more to think she wilfbe mine I am, my dear,...
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Complete Letter Writer; Containig a Great Variety of Letters on the ...

1853
...work is done, return home to my dearly beloved Sally. I hope, my dear, you will not be angry, for I am really in love. I cannot be happy unless you are mine....but if you will leave an answer at my lodgings, I wiU meet you next Sunday after dinner, at the Battery, when we will take a walk to Vauxhall and drink...
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Universal Letter Writer: With Letters from the Writings of Sir Walter Scott ...

T[homas] Cooke - 1855
...is done, return home to my dearly beloved Sophia. 1 hope, my dear, you will not be angry, for I am really in love. I cannot be happy unless you are mine....was afraid to mention this to you, but if you will lei ye an answer at my lodgings, I will meet you next Saturday after dinner, at the Shepherd and Shepherdess,...
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The New Parlor Letter Writer: Containing a Variety of Letters. Selected from ...

1856
...home to my dearly beloved Sally. I hope, my dear, you will not be angry, for I am really ,m love. J cannot be happy unless you are mine. I was afraid...when we will take a walk to Vauxhall and drink tea. Mow happy shall I be to hear from my charmer ; but a thousand times more to think she will be mine...
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New Letter-writer, for the Use of Ladies: Embodying Letters on the Simplest ...

1867 - 139 pages
...my work is done, return to my dearly beloved Sally. I hope my dear, you will not be angry, for I am really in love. I cannot be happy unless you are mine....lodgings, I will meet you next Sunday after dinner, at the , when we will take a walk to and drink tea. How happy shall I be to hear from my charmer ; but a thousand...
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