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" This meeting annihilated for a moment all the years between the present time and the days of Harrow. It was a new and inexplicable feeling, like rising from the grave, to me. Clare, too, was much agitated — more in appearance than was myself; for I... "
The works of Thomas Moore - Page 205
by Thomas Moore - 1832
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Byron

John Nichol - 1880 - 240 pages
...agitated — more in appearance than I was myself — for I could feel his heart beat to his fingers' ends, unless, indeed, it was the pulse of my own which made mo think so. We were but five minutes together on the public road, but I hardly recollect an hour of...
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The World's Cyclopedia of Biography, Volume 1

1883 - 776 pages
...agitated — more in appearance than I was myself — for I could feel his heart beat to his fingers' ends, unless, indeed, it was the pulse of my own which made me think so. We were but five minutes together on the public road, but I hardly recollect an hour of my existence...
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The Complete Poetical and Dramatic Works of Lord Byron: With a Comprehensive ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1883 - 1162 pages
...agitated—more in appearance than I was myself —for I could feel his heart beat to his fingers' end?, fir We were but five minutes together on the public road, but I hardly recollect an hour of my existence...
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HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE

harper's monthly magazine - 1884 - 992 pages
...was much agitated — more in appearance than myself, for I could feel his heart beat to his fingers' ends, unless, indeed, it was the pulse of my own which made me think so. We were obliged to part for our different journeys — he for Rome, I for Pisa — but with the promise...
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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume 69

1884 - 990 pages
...was much agitated — more in appearance than myself, for I could feel his heart beat to his fingers' ends, unless, indeed, it was the pulse of my own which made me think so. We were obliged to part for our different journeys — he for Rome, I for Pisa— but with the promise...
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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume 69

1884 - 1082 pages
...was much agitated — more in appearance than myself, for I could feel his heart beat to his fingers' ends, unless, indeed, it was the pulse of my own which made me think so. We were obliged to part for our different journeys — he for Rome, I for Pisa — but with the promise...
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English Men of Letters, Volume 2

John Morley - 1894 - 468 pages
...agitated — more in appearance than I was myself — for I could feel his heart beat to his fingers' ends, unless, indeed, it was the pulse of my own which made me think so. We were but five minutes together on the public road, but I hardly recollect an hour of my existence...
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The Works of Lord Byron: Letters, 1804-1813, Volume 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1896 - 506 pages
...much agitated — more in appearance than even myself; for I could feel his heart beat to his fmgers' ends, unless, indeed, it was the pulse of my own which...He told me that I should find a note from him left ai Bologna. I did. We were obliged to part for our different journeys, he for Rome, I for Pisa, but...
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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume 8

1356 pages
...in uch agitated — more in appearance than myself, for I could feel his heart beat to his fingers' ends, unless, indeed, it was the pulse of my own which made me think so. We were obliged to part for our different journeys— he for Rome, I for Pisa — but with the promise...
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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume 69

1884 - 990 pages
...was much agitated— more in appearance than myself, for I could feel his heart heat to his fingers' ends, unless, indeed, it was the pulse of my own which made me think so. We were obliged to part for our different journeys — he for Rome, I for Pisa — but with the promise...
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