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" As plainly & frankly as I have seen you give or refuse assent in some feigned scene, so frankly do me the justice to answer me. It is impossible I should feel injured or aggrieved by your telling me at once, that the proposal does not suit you. It is... "
The Atlantic Monthly - 594 psl.
1918
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Works: Letters

Charles Lamb - 1903
...you, and begin at last to live to yourself and your friends ? As plainly & frankly as I have seen you give or refuse assent in some feigned scene, so frankly...with idle importunity and persecution after your mind once firmly spoken — but happier, far happier, could I have leave to hope a time might come, when...
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Miscellaneous prose (1798-1834)

Charles Lamb - 1913
...you, & begin at last to live to yourself & your friends ? " As plainly & frankly as I have seen you give or refuse assent in some feigned scene, so frankly...with idle importunity and persecution after your mind once firmly spoken — but happier, far happier, could I have leave to hope a time might come, when...
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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 107 tomas

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1903 - 1042 psl.
...of you, & begin at last to live to yourself & your friends? As plainly & frankly as I have seen you give or refuse assent in some feigned scene, so frankly...me at once, that the proposal does not suit you. It ia impossible that I should ever think of molesting you with idle importunity and persecution after...
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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, 6 tomas

Charles Lamb - 1905 - 596 psl.
...of you, & begin at last to live to yourself & your friends ? As plainly & frankly as I have seen you give or refuse assent in some feigned scene, so frankly...with idle importunity and persecution after your mind [was] once firmly spoken — but happier, far happier, could I have leave to hope a time might come,...
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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb: Letters, 1796-1834

Charles Lamb - 1905 - 632 psl.
...of you, & begin at last to live to yourself & your friends ? As plainly & frankly as I have seen you give or refuse assent in some feigned scene, so frankly do me the justice to answer ine. It is impossible I should feel injured or aggrieved by your telling me at once, that the proposal...
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Letters

Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb - 1907 - 484 psl.
...you, and begin at last to live to yourself and your friends ? As plainly & frankly as I have seen you give or refuse assent in some feigned scene, so frankly...does not suit you. It is impossible that I should even think of molesting you with idle importunity and persecution after your mind once firmly spoken...
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The Essays of Elia

Charles Lamb - 1907 - 264 psl.
...appreciation, — he sent her his formal proposal of marriage. " As plainly and frankly as I have seen you give or refuse assent in some feigned scene, so frankly do me the justice to answer me," he wrote. Her sincerity met his; and with her kind, firm refusal and Lamb's brave reception of her...
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Letters, 1796-1820

Charles Lamb - 1913 - 624 psl.
...of you, & begin at last to live to yourself & your friends ? As plainly & frankly as I have seen you give or refuse assent in some feigned scene, so frankly...with idle importunity and persecution after your mind [was] once firmly spoken — but happier, far happier, could I have leave to hope a time might come,...
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The Amenities of Book-collecting and Kindred Affections

Alfred Edward Newton - 1918 - 355 psl.
...last to live to yourself & your friends? As plainly & frankly as I have seen you give or refu«assent in some feigned scene, so frankly do me the justice...aggrieved by your telling me at once, that the proposal dors not suit you. It is impossible that I should ever think of molesting you with idle importunity...
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The Book of Letters

Mary Owens Crowther - 1923 - 272 psl.
...you, and begin at last to live to yourself and your friends? As plainly and frankly as I have seen you give or refuse assent in some feigned scene, so frankly...ever think of molesting you with idle importunity and prosecution after your mind [is] once firmly spoken — but happier, far happier, could I have leave...
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