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" Her work in this world did indeed seem finished. The next day, without any apparent change for the worse, as her mother and Helen were sitting by the bed-side, and her kind anxious husband was supporting her in his arms, she laid her head on ' his shoulder... "
The Eskdale Herd-boy: A Scottish Tale for the Instruction and Amusement of ... - Página 116
por Mrs. Blackford (Martha) - 1828 - 184 páginas
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volumen6

1820
...finished. The next day, without any apparent change for the worse, as her mother and Helen were sitting at the bedside, and her kind, anxious husband was supporting her in his arms, she'laid her head on his shoulder, and seemed to fall asleep. It was some minutes before he was aware...
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The Eskdale Herd-boy: A Scottish Tale,for the Instruction and Amusement of ...

Lady Isabella Wellwood Stoddart - 1854
...(iny apparent change for the worse, as her mother and Helen were sitting by tlie bed-side, and her anxious husband was supporting her in his arms, she...perished one of the best and most exemplary of mothers, wholly from solicitude about a son, who, in spite of all admonition and remonstrance, had allowed the...
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The queen's pardon, Volumen419

Mary Eyre - 1860
...looking as beautiful and calm as if she were just gone to sleep. William came behind his wife and took her in his arms ; she laid her head on his shoulder, and they wept together. "Be comforted, my beloved," he said, "we shall all be reunited hereafter, where...
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