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" I bore it wonderfully, considering how very much I had to lose. Still, at times, the Divine goodness supports me in a manner I scarcely dared to hope. Happily for me, anxiety for a numerous orphan family, and the wounding smiles of an infant, too dear... "
Letters from the Mountains: Being the Real Correspondence of a Lady, Between ... - Page 179
by Anne MacVicar Grant - 1806
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 3, Part 2

1807
...•carcely dared to hope. Happily for me, anxiety for a numerous orphan family, and the wounding smiles of an infant too dear to be neglected, and too young to know what he has lost, divide my sorrow*, and do not tuffer my mind to be wholly engrossed by this dreadful privation,...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 31

1808
...fudden (hock of this calamity. I bore it wonderfully, confidering how very much I had to lo(e. Still, at times, the Divine Goodnefs fupports me in a manner...know what he has loft, divide my forrows, and do not fuflfer my mind to be wholly engrofled • " This and fome following letters were written in anfwer...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 31

English literature - 1808
...the Divine Goodnefs fupports me in a manner I fcarcely dared to hope. Happily for me, anxiety for л numerous orphan family, and the wounding fmiles of an infant, too dear to be neglefted, and too jounp to know what he has loft, divide my forrows, and do not fufter my mind to...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volume 1

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1809
...scarcely dared to hope. Happily for me, anxiety for a numerous orphan family, and the wounding smiles of an infant, too dear to be neglected, and too young to know what he has lost, divide my sorrows, and do not suiter my mind to be wholly engrossed by this dreadful privation,...
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Select Reviews, Volumes 1-2

1809
...scarcely dared to hope. Happily for me, anxiety fcr a numerous orphan family, and the wounding smiles of an infant, too dear to be neglected, and too young to know what he has lost, divide my sorrows, and do not Ğlifer ray mind to be wholly engrossed By this dreadful privation,...
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Transactions, Volume 15

Gaelic Society of Inverness, Inverness Gaelic Society - Celtic literature - 1890
...scarcely dared to hope. Happily for me, anxiety for a numerous orphan family, and the wounding smiles of an infant, too dear to be neglected, and too young to know what he has lost, divide my sorrows, and do not suffer my mind to be wholly engrossed by this dreadful privation...
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Transactions, Volumes 15-16

Celts - 1890
...scarcely dared to hope. Happily for me, anxiety for a numerous orphan family, and the wounding smiles of an infant, too dear to be neglected, and too young to know what lie has lost, divide my sorrows, and do not suffer my mind to be wholly engrossed by this dreadful...
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