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" ... was he delighted when he heard the confession from her own lips, that she had long regarded him with a favourable eye, but a sense of duty had caused her to smother the growing fondness, till the late sad misfortune of her family, and the circumstances... "
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean ... - Side 273
af William Mariner - 1817
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Bind 1

1817
...eloquence, half of which would have lA-en sufficient to have won her warmest affections, for 8he owed her life to his prompt and generous exertions at the risk...had long regarded him with a favourable eye', but a seiibe of duty had caused her to smother the growing fondness, till th« kte sad misfortune of her...
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific ..., Bind 2

William Mariner - 1817
...eloquence, half of which Mould have bceu sufficient to have won her warmest affections, for she owed her life to his prompt and generous exertions at the risk...he heard the confession from her own lips, that she hud long regarded him with a favourable eye, but a sense of duty had caused her to smother the growing...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Bind 3

1817
...eloquence, half of which would liavc been sufficient to have won her warmest affections, for »he owed her life to his prompt and generous exertions at the risk of his own : and how was he delighted when lie heard the confession from her own lips, that she had long regarded him with a favourable eye, but...
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific ..., Bind 1

William Mariner - 1818
...of his own : and how much was he delighted when he heard the confession from her own s, that she bad long regarded him with a favourable eye, but a sense...till the late sad misfortune of her family, and the circumstances attending her escape, had revived all her latent affections, to bestow them wholly upon...
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Dissertation sur l'origine des negres

1827 - 24 sider
...for she owed her life to his prompt and generous exertions, at tin; risk of his own. And how much wan he delighted, when he heard the confession from her...her to smother the growing fondness, till the late Bad misfortune of her family, and the circumstances attending her escape, had revived all her latent...
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific Ocean

William Mariner - 1820 - 461 sider
...prompt and generous exertions nt the risk of his own : and how much was he delighted when he hoard the confession from her own lips, that she had long...to smother the growing fondness, till the late sad mk-fortune of her familj-, and the circumstances attending her escape, had revived all her latent affections,...
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The flowers of literature, or, Encyclopædia of anecdote, a coll. by ..., Bind 1

William Oxberry - 1822
...eloquence, half of which would have been sufficient to have won her warmest affections, for she owed her life to his prompt and generous exertions at the....till the late sad misfortune of her family, and the circumstances attending her escape, had revived all her latent affections, to bestow them wholly upon...
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The Flowers of Literature: Consisting of Selections from History ..., Bind 1

William Oxberry - 1824
...eloquence, half of which would have been sufficient to have won her warmest affections, for she owed her life to his prompt and generous exertions at the risk...till the late sad misfortune of her family, and the circumstances attending her escape, had revived all her latent affections, to bestow them wholly upon...
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The cabinet; or The selected beauties of literature [ed. by J. Aitken]., Bind 1

Cabinet - 1824 - 420 sider
...eloquence, half of which would have been sufficient to have won her warmest affections, for she owed her life to his prompt and generous exertions at the risk of his own : and how much was he delighted when he heard the confession from her own lips, that she had long regarded him...
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Arliss's Literary collections

John Arliss - 1825 - 358 sider
...eloquence,half of which would have been sufficient to have won her warmest affcctious, for she owed her life to his prompt and generous exertions at the risk of his own: and how much was he delighted when he heard the confession from her own lips, that she had long regarded him...
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