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" I thought you were one of Graham's female cousins whom he had just returned from visiting, and I declared that it was highly improper that the gravity of our deliberations should be interrupted by women. I had just seized you, to force you into your dark... "
A manual of the Salem district in the presidency of Madras - Page 244
by Henry Le Fanu - 1883
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The Life of Major-General Sir Thomas Munro, Bart. and K.C.B., Late ..., Volume 3

George Robert Gleig - India - 1830
...introduced. You were handed to me — I looked at you carelessly, as coldly as if I never had seen you. I thought you were one of Graham's female cousins...granted you a reprieve, and surveyed you with more enquiring eyes, and with very different feelings ; but still I could find no traces of the countenance...
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The Monthly Review

1830
...introduced. You were handed to me—I looked at you carelessly, as coldly as if I never had seen you. I thought you were one of Graham's female cousins...granted you a reprieve, and surveyed you with more enquiring eyes, and with very different feelings; but still I could find no traces of the countenance...
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Life of Sir Thomas Munro

George Robert Gleig - Governors - 1849 - 368 pages
...off for the Baramahl without giving me any notice of your approach. I happened to call at Kisnagerry a few days after your arrival. There was a meeting...inquiring eyes, and with very different feelings, but still I could find no traces of the countenance which 1 once so well knew. I could perceive no...
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The life of ... sir Thomas Munro, with extracts from his correspondence and ...

George Robert Gleig - 1849
...off for the Baramahl without giving me any notice of your approach. I happened to call at Kisnagerry a few days after your arrival. There was a meeting...inquiring eyes, and with very different feelings, but still I could find no traces of the countenance which 1 once so well knew. I could perceive no...
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