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" ... introduction of Mr. Sparks. He is indeed a mine of information respecting everything which it is most interesting to learn of your great country ; and I am proud to tell you that he did us the favour to communicate his knowledge and his sentiments... "
Captain O'Sullivan; Or, Adventures, Civil, Military, and Matrimonial, of a ... - 第 92 頁
William Hamilton Maxwell 著 - 1846
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Adventures of captain O'Sullivan, 第 215 卷

William Hamilton Maxwell - 1858
...safe accouchement of "The lady of HAS Lewisham, of Lewishara Ab bey, of a son and heir." CHAPTER IV. I HAD frequent opportunities of meeting my new acquaintance,...sub-sheriff, and the more I conversed with him, the more j was struck with the keenness of his observation, which enabled him to penetrate into men's characters...
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Memoirs, miscellanies and letters of the late Lucy Aikin, ed. by P.H. Le Breton

Lucy Aikin - 1864
...to communicate his knowledge and his sentiments with great freedom. His very looks bespeak goodness, and the more I conversed with him the more I was struck with the candour of his mind, as well as the strength of his judgment. I had the pleasure of introducing him...
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Correspondence of William Ellery Channing and Lucy Aikin: From 1826-1842

William Ellery Channing - 1874 - 426 頁
...to communicate his knowledge and his sentiments with great freedom. His very looks bespeak goodness, and the more I conversed with him the more I was struck with the candour of his mind, as well as the strength of his judgment I had the pleasure of introducing him...
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Correspondence of William Ellery Channing and Lucy Aiken, from 1826 to 1842

William Ellery Channing - 1874 - 446 頁
...to communicate his knowledge and his sentiments with great freedom. His very looks bespeak goodness, and the more I conversed with him the more I was struck with the candour of his mind, as well as the strength of his judgment. I had the pleasure of introducing him...
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New Monthly Magazine, 第 72 卷

1844
...dote on her with more advice, That thus without advice begin to love her. Two GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. I HAD frequent opportunities of meeting my new acquaintance,...and next morning he sketched some of my companions as faithfully as if he had been seven years in the regiment himself. " Well, Mr. Egan," I said, " your...
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