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" Horror, indignation, and despair took possession of the soul of Madame Lavergne ; she had heard the purest and most exalted affection for one of the worthiest of men contemned and vilified as a degraded appetite. She had been wantonly insulted, while... "
Like Master Like Man: A Novel ... - Strana 134
podľa John Palmer - 1811
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The Monthly Epitome, Zväzok 1

1802
...her petition. " Horror, indignation, and despair, took possession ofthetoul of Madame Lavergne ; she had heard the purest and most exalted affection for one of the worthiest of men, contemned and vilified as a degraded appetite. She had been wantonly insulted, while demanding...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Zväzok 2

Charles Brockden Brown - 1804
...her petition. Horror, indignation, and despair took possession of the soul of Madame Lavergne ; she had heard the purest and most exalted affection for one of the worthiest of men contemned and vilified as a degraded appetite. She had been wantonly insulted, while demanding...
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The Female Revolutionary Plutarch: Containing Biographical, Historical, and ...

Stewarton, Lewis Goldsmith - 1806
...attend to her petition. " Horror, indignation, and despair, seized the soul of Madame Lavergne. She had heard the purest and most exalted affection for one of the worthiest of men, contemned and vilified as a degraded appetite. She had beeo wantonly insulted while demanding...
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The Ladies' pocket magazine

1830
...petition. Horror, indignation, and despair, took possession of the soul of this excellent woman. She had heard the purest and most exalted affection for one of the worthiest of men, contemned aud vilified as a degradation. She had been wantonly insulted, while demanding justice,...
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The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ...

1825
...petition. Horror, indignation, and despair took possession of the unfortunate Madame Lavergne's soul. She had heard the purest and most exalted affection for one of the worthiest of men, condemned and reviled as a degrading appetite ! She had been wantonly insulted, whilst demanding...
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