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" I think it would have been a great comfort to her could that have been proved to be the case, and her cousin exonerated. When she did speak, it was in a voice so low and broken as to be almost unintelligible. " Poor, poor Merle! No wonder he has looked... "
Husband Hunting, Or, The Mother and Daughters: A Tale of Fashionable Life - Page 151
by S-l J-n - 1825
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Husband Hunting, Or, The Mother and Daughters: A Tale of ..., Volume 2

1825
...intimation, " it is, it must be false. A word, Catherine, one word, to put that slanderer to shame — speak and fear not." " The truth," murmured Catherine, in a voice so low and broken ns to be almost unintelligible j but Vaughan caught the fissile sounds — he looked despairingly in...
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True to her trust; or, 'Womanly past question' [by D.H. Boulger].

Dorothy Henrietta Boulger - 1874
...her could that have been proved to be the case, and her cousin exonerated. When she did speak, it was in a voice so low and broken as to be almost unintelligible. " Poor, poor Merle! No wonder he has looked so ill and wretched these many months." "No wonder!" repeated...
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Once a Week, Volume 30

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1874
...her could that hare been proved to be the case, and her cousin exonerated. When she did speak, it was in a voice so low and broken as to be almost unintelligible. " Poor, poor Merle ! No wonder he has looked so ill and wretched these many months." "No wonder!" repeated...
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