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" Memoranda," as one of the most painful of those humiliations to which the defect in his foot had exposed him, must have let the truth in with dreadful certainty upon his heart. He either was told of, or over-heard, Miss Chaworth saying to her maid, "... "
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 27

1830 - 990 pages
...must have let the truth in with desperate certainty upon his heart. He either was told of it, or heard Miss Chaworth saying to her maid, " Do you think I could care any thing for that lame boy ?" This speech, as he himself described it, was like a shot through his heart I Though late at...
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The Westminster Review, Volume 12

1829 - 558 pages
...of his own age. If at any moment, however, he had flattered himself with the hope of being loved by her, a circumstance mentioned in his " Memoranda,"...Do you think I could care any thing for that lame 'boy ? " ' This speech, as he himself described it, was like a shot through his heart. Though late...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1830 - 528 pages
...of his own age. If, at any moment, however, he had Battered himself with the hope of being loved by е (at the worst for them] ' out of nothing, mulling can arise,' not even sorrow. boy ?" This speech, as he himselfflescribed it, was like a shot through his heart. Though late at night...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1830 - 532 pages
...of his own age. If, at any moment, however, he had flattered himself with the hope of being loved by her, a circumstance mentioned in his "Memoranda,"...Do you think I could care any thing for that lame boy ?" This speech, as he himselfflescribed it, was like a shot through his heart. Though late at night...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 5

1830 - 428 pages
...his own age. : If, at any moment, however, he had flattered himself with the hope of being loved by her, a circumstance mentioned in his ' Memoranda,'...Miss Chaworth saying to her maid, ' Do you think I could"care anything for that lame boy ?' This speech, as he himself described it, was like a shot through...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1830 - 482 pages
...of his own age. If, at any moment, however, he had flattered himself with the hope of being loved by her, a circumstance mentioned in his " Memoranda,"...upon his heart. He either was told of, or overheard, Misn- f Ihaworth saying to her maid, " Do you think I could care any thing for that lame boy V* This...
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The Monthly Review

1830 - 652 pages
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1830 - 488 pages
...of his own age. If, at any moment, however, he had flattered himself with the hope of being loved by her, a circumstance mentioned in his " Memoranda," as one of the most painful of i those humiliations to which the defect in his foot had exposed him, must have let the truth in, with...
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Monthly Review; Or Literary Journal Enlarged

1830 - 658 pages
...the mortification of his rejection as a lover was infinitely enhanced by Miss Chaworth having said to her maid, "do you think I could care any thing for that lame boy ?" This pretty Speech was either overheard by, or reported to him, and as he himself described...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 27

1830 - 1016 pages
...—then a mere schoolboy — if at any moment he hadflattered himself with the hope of being loved by her, a circumstance mentioned in his " Memoranda," as one of the most painful humiliations to which the defect in his foot exposed him, must have let the truth in with desperate...
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