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" ... some time. In short I was loaded with civilities from them all. And my ride home was equally happy with the rest of the day, for my kind and most beloved father was so happy in my happiness, and congratulated me so sweetly that he could, like myself,... "
Diary and Letters - Página 42
de Fanny Burney - 1842
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Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay, Volumen 1

Fanny Burney - 1842
...if Dr. Johnson does. However, I shall not attempt to write any more particulars of this day — than which I have never known a happier, because the chief...his interest to the rest, that my father would not (ail to bring me. In short I was loaded with civilities from them all. And my ride home was equally...
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Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 9

William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1842
...if Dr. Johnson does. However, I shall not attempt to write any more particulars of this day — than which I have never known a happier, because the chief...kept up, was an invitation for me to Streatham, and t. desire that I might accompany my father thither neit week, and stay with them some time. We left...
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The Contemporary Review, Volumen 43

1883
...bumour, spirits, and amiability. However, I shall not attempt to write more particulars of this day, than which I have never known a happier, because the chief...thither next week, and stay with them some time." IT. Fanny's second visit to Streatham followed very soon upon the first, and from this time (August)...
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1778 to 1784

Fanny Burney - 1784
...humour, spirits, sense, and agreeability. Surely I may make words, when at a loss, if Dr. Johnson does. We left Streatham at about eight o'clock, and Mr....the rest, that my father would not fail to bring me again next week to stay with them for some time. In short, I was loaded with civilities from them all....
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The Diary and Letters of Frances Burney, Madame D'Arblay, Volumen 1

Fanny Burney - 1880
...humor, spirits, sense, and agreeability. Surely I may make words, when at a loss, if Dr. Johnson does. We left Streatham at about eight o'clock, and Mr....the rest, that my father would not fail to bring me again next week to stay with them for some time. In short, I was loaded with civilities from them all....
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The Living Age, Volumen 157

1883
...humor, spirits, and amiability. However, I shall not attempt to write more particulars of this day, than which I have never known a happier, because the chief...father thither next week, and stay with them some time. II. FANNY'S second visit to Streatham followed very soon upon the first, and from this time (August)...
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The Contemporary Review, Volumen 43

1883
...humour, spirits, and amiability. However, I shall not attempt to write more particulars of this day, than which I have never known a happier, because the chief...thither next week, and stay with them some time." u. Fanny's second visit to Streatham followed very soon upon the first, and from this time (August)...
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Studies in Biography

Titus Munson Coan - 1883 - 280 páginas
...good-humor, spirits, and amiability. However, I shall not attempt to write more particulars of this day, than which I have never known a happier, because the chief...was started and kept up was an invitation for me to Strealham, and a desire that I might accompany my father thither next week, and stay with them some...
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Fanny Burney and Her Friends: Select Passages from Her Diary and Other Writings

Fanny Burney, Leonard Benton Seeley - 1890 - 331 páginas
...good-humour, spirits, sense, and agreeability. Surely I may make words, when at a loss, if Dr. Johnson does. We left Streatham at about eight o'clock, and Mr....the rest, that my father would not fail to bring me again next week to stay with them for some time. In short, I was loaded with civilities from them all....
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FANNY BURNEY (MADAME D'ARBLAY) AND HER FRIENDS SELECT PASSAGES FROM HER ...

l. b. seeley, m. a. - 1890
...good-humour, spirits, sense, and agreeability. Surely I may make words, when at a loss, if Dr. Johnson does. We left Streatham at about eight o'clock, and Mr....the rest, that my father would not fail to bring me again next week to stay with them for some time. In short, I was loaded with civilities from them all....
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