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|I never can nor shall forget your goodness, which, I own, I have very little |
deserved ; but be pleased to waive all upbraiding ... Have I then," said Allworthy, "
ignorant- ly punished an innocent man in the person of him who hath just left us ?
Was he not the father of the child?" — " Indeed, he was not," said Mrs Waters : "
You may be pleased to remember, sir, I formerly told you, you should one day
know; and ... To a story, sir," said she, " which I am concerned falls to my lot to
unfold to you.
|As I do not understand you to deny any material facts stated in my Review, I might |
perhaps excuse myself from ... of justice to myself, to offer a few remarks on the
subject to which you have called my own, and the reader's, attention. And 1 do
this the more readily, because I am led by the tone of your article to fear that you
have quite misapprehended the ... In the Review referred to, I stated that you
were the principal or only patron among Universalists of the so called sleep of the
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|Because of this newfound skill, I have been able to move on in life only because I |
am better able to see difficulties that I have learned to confront rather than avoid.
In the past, because I was too busy trying to be what you wanted me to be, I had
abandoned my own needs to meet yours. But now I am able ... Therefore, I am
now able to see I am not telepathic, nor do I ever have the desire to be. Living
|But if the husband dies,a she is free to marry anyone she wishes, only in the Lord|
. ... 2Anyone who claims to know something does not yet have the necessary
knowledge; 3but anyone who loves God is known by him. ... 5Indeed, even
though there may be so-called gods in heaven or on earth—as in fact there are
many gods and many lords— 6yet for us there is one God, the ... 17For if I do this
of my own will, I have a reward; but if not of my own will, I am entrusted with a
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|She will look upon you, said Sir Harry, if she be forced to marry you, as Elizabeth |
of France did upon Philip I I. of Spain, when he received her on ... What a fatality,
that you have no better an option—either a Scylla. or a Charybdia ! ... But now,
that you have so well proved, that such a step would not avail you, I am entirel at
a loss what to say. ... I can only say, that, for my own part, I would do any thing, go
any where, rather than be compelled to marry the man I hate ; and (were be such
|I regret neither that I endured the horror of a dungeon, nor that I despaired for her |
life. If I have suffered on my own account, 1 did not perceive it. ... Tell me that she
will be happy with and through you only, or I esteem her no more. ... feelings, I am
aware, had Amelia withdrawn her promise instead of renewing it, I feel I would
not on that account cease to love and thank her for the days of happiness she
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