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" And perhaps, Martha, you may some time meet with a young man you like, and who likes you. I did say you were not to have followers; but if you meet with such a young man, and tell me, and I find he is respectable, I have no objection to his coming to... "
Harper's Magazine - Pagina 434
1852
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Cranford

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1891 - 297 pagina’s
...of her half-finished sentence, dropped a curtsey, and said — ' Yes, please, ma'am ; two and twenty last third of October, please, ma'am.' 'And perhaps,...week. God forbid ! ' said she in a low voice, ' that I should grieve any young hearts.' She spoke as if she were providing for some distant contingency,...
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Cranford

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1892 - 294 pagina’s
...she made so long a pause, that Martha, to remind her of her half-finished sentence, dropped a curtsy, and said: "Yes, please, ma'am; two-and-twenty last...week. God forbid!" said she, in a low voice, ' 'that I should grieve any young hearts. ' ' She spoke as if she were providing for some distant contingency,...
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Cranford

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1892 - 297 pagina’s
...of her half-finished sentence, dropped a curtsey, and said — ' Yes, please, ma'am ; two and twenty last third of October, please, ma'am.' 'And perhaps,...week. God forbid ! ' said she in a low voice, ' that I should grieve any young hearts.' She spoke as if she were providing for some distant contingency,...
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Cranford, and Other Tales

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1897 - 488 pagina’s
...ma'am; two-and-twcnty last third of October, please, ma'am." " And perhaps, Martha, you may some timo meet with a young man you like, and who likes you....week. God forbid ! " said she, in a low voice, "that I should grieve any young hearts." She spoke as if she were providing for some distant contingency,...
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Cranford

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1898 - 297 pagina’s
...of her half-finished sentence, dropped a curtsey, and said — ' Yes, please, ma'am ; two and twenty last third of October, please, ma'am/ 'And perhaps,...week. God forbid ! ' said she in a low voice, ' that I should grieve any young hearts.' She spoke as if she were providing for some distant contingency,...
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The Ladies of Cranford: A Sketch of English Village Life Fifty Years Ago ...

Mary Barnard Horne - 1899 - 28 pagina’s
...MARTHA. I've met him, ma'am. Miss M. (ignoring interruption). And if he is respectable and well-to-do, 1 have no objection to his coming to see you once a week. MARTHA. Please, inarm, there's Jim Hearn, he's a joiner makin1 three an' sixpence a day. He's six foot...
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Cranford: A Tale

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1900 - 269 pagina’s
...And, perhaps, Martha, you may some time Fate and meet with a young man you like, and who likes Love you. I did say you were not to have followers ; but...week. God forbid! " said she in a low voice, "that I should grieve any young hearts." She spoke as if she were providing for some distant contingency,...
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Elizabeth Gaskell's Cranford

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1905 - 239 pagina’s
...of her half-finished sentence, dropped a curtsey, and said — "Yes, please, ma'am; two and twenty last third of October, please, ma'am." " And perhaps,...week. God forbid!" said she in a low voice, "that I should grieve any young hearts." She spoke as if she were providing for some distant contingency,...
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Cranford, and other tales

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1906
...she made so long a pause that Martha, to remind her of her half-finished sentence, dropped a curtsey, and said — " Yes, please, ma'am ; two-and-twenty...week. God forbid," said she in a low voice, " that I should grieve any young hearts ! " She spoke as if she were providing for some distant contingency,...
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The Works of Mrs. Gaskell: Cranford and other tales

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1906
...she made so long a pause that Martha, to remind her of her half-finished sentence, dropped a curtsey, and said — " Yes, please, ma'am ; two-and-twenty...week. God forbid," said she in a low voice, " that I should grieve any young hearts ! " She spoke as if she were providing for some distant contingency,...
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