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" ... continued Madame de Schulembourg, with a smile. ' Do not think me heartless ; all his passion is imagination. Change of scene ever cures him ; he has written to me every week — his letters are each time more reasonable. I have no doubt he has by... "
Court Magazine, and Monthly Critic: Containing Original Papers, by ... - Page 8
1833
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The Court Magazine and Monthly Critic, and Lady's Magazine and ..., Volume 22

English literature - 1833
...has written to me every week — his letters are each time more reasonable. I have no doubt he has by this time relieved his mind in some mad work which...little time the companions reentered the carriage. The public drive was now full of sparkling equipages. Madame de Schulembourg gaily bowed as she passed...
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The English Annual for ...

1837
...written to me every week — his letters are each time more reasonable. I have 110 doubt he has by this time relieved his mind in some mad work which...little time the companions re-entered the carriage. The public drive was now full of sparkling equipages. Madame de Schulembourg gaily bowed as she passed...
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The Honey-moon, Volumes 1-2

Marguerite Countess of Blessington - English fiction - 1837
...has written to me every week — his letters are each time more reasonable. I have no doubt he has by this time relieved his mind in some mad work which...little time the companions re-entered the carriage. The public drive was now full of sparkling equipages. Madame de Schulembourg gaily bowed as she passed...
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The Honey-moon, Volume 2

Marguerite Countess of Blessington - English fiction - 1837
...week — ;his letters are each time more reasonable. I have no doubt he has by this time relieved hia mind in some mad work which will amuse us all very...little time the companions re-entered the carriage. The public drive was now full of sparkling equipages. Madame de Schulembourg gaily bowed as she passed...
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The Works of Benjamin Disraeli: Henrietta Temple, v. 2. The carrier pigeon ...

Benjamin Disraeli - 1904
...has written to me every week — his letters are each time more reasonable. I have no doubt he has by this time relieved his mind in some mad work which...delight in Sidonia — he is my especial favourite.' 'Dear girls, come home with us this eve,'she exclaimed, as she curbed her ponies by the side of an...
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