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" ... separately good. Their assemblage produced an unrivalled expression of that cheerfulness, sensibility, and benevolence, which were her real characteristics. Her complexion was of the finest texture. It might with truth be said, that her eloquent blood... "
Sense and Sensibility: a Novel - Page v
by Jane Austen - 1833 - 331 pages
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Northanger Abbey: And Persuasion, Volume 1

Jane Austen - England - 1818 - 340 pages
...with truth be said, that her eloquent blood spoke through her modest cheek. Her voice was extremely sweet. She delivered herself with fluency and precision....inferior to few in such acquirements, had she not been BO superior to most in higher things. She had not only an excellent taste for drawing, but, in her...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 88, Part 2; Volume 124

Early English newspapers - 1818 - 728 pages
...with truth be said, that her eloquent blood spoke through her modest cheek. Her voice was extremely sweet. She delivered herself with fluency and precision....probably, have been inferior to few in such acquirements, bad she not been so superior to most in higher things. She had not only an excellent taste for drawing,...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 37

American literature - 1856
...with truth be said, that her eloquent blood spoke through her modest cheek. Her voice was extremely sweet. She delivered herself with fluency and precision....she not been so superior to most in higher things. She had not only an excellent taste for drawing, but, in her earlier days, evinced great power of hand...
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Woman's Record: Or, Sketches of All Distinguished Women, from "the Beginning ...

Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - Women - 1853 - 948 pages
...with truth be said, that her eloquent blood spoke through her modest cheek. Her voice was extremely sweet. She delivered herself with fluency and precision....she not been so superior to most in higher things. She had not only an excellent taste for drawing, but, in her earlier days, evinced gront power of hand...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 37

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1856
...with truth be said, that her eloquent blood spoke through her modest cheek. Her voice was extremely sweet. She delivered herself with fluency and precision....she not been so superior to most in higher things. She had not only an excellent taste for drawing, but, in her earlier days, evinced great power of hand...
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A Cyclopędia of Female Biography ... [A revised abridgement, with additions ...

Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - 1857 - 788 pages
...with truth be said, that her eloquent blood spoke through her modest cheek. Her voice was extremely sweet. She delivered herself with fluency and precision....she not been so superior to most in higher things. She had not only an excellent taste for drawing, but, in her earlier days, evinced great power of hand...
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A Cyclopaedia of Female Biography: Consisting of Sketches of All Women who ...

Henry Gardiner Adams - Women - 1857 - 894 pages
...with truth be said, that her eloquent blood spoke through her modest cheek. Her voice was extremely sweet. She delivered herself with fluency and precision....as much as in composition. In the present age it is hazardons to mention accomplishments. Our anthoress would, probably, have been inferior to few in such...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 86

England - 1859 - 826 pages
...finest texture — it might with truth be said that her eloquent blood spoke through her modest check ; her voice was sweet ; she delivered herself with fluency...excelling in conversation as much as in composition." "We may picture her as something like her own sprightly, natural, but by no means perfect Elizabeth...
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The Book of Noble Englishwomen: Lives Made Illustrious by Heroism, Goodness ...

Charles Bruce - Great Britain - 1875 - 636 pages
...with truth be said, that her eloquent blood spoke through her modest cheek. Her voice was extremely sweet. She delivered herself with fluency and precision....she not been so superior to most in higher things. She had not only an excellent taste for drawing, but in her earlier days evinced great power of hand...
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Word Portraits of Famous Writers

Mabel E. Wotton - Authors, English - 1887 - 337 pages
...rather exceeded the middle height; her Austen-s Smse carriage and deportment were ana ' Sensibility quiet, but graceful ; her features were separately...excelling in conversation as much as in composition. . . . The affectation of candour is not uncommon, but she had no affectation. . . . She never uttered...
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