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" I was to have gone there on Saturday, in joy and prosperity, to receive my friends. My dogs will wait for me in vain. It is foolish — but the thoughts of parting from these dumb creatures have moved me more than any of the painful reflections I have... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 402
edited by - 1890
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volume 32

Arthur Cayley Headlam - English periodicals - 1891 - 576 pages
...before us. When he thinks that he must lose Abbotsford and will never go down there again, he writes : ' My dogs will wait for me in vain. It is foolish, but the thoughts 1 Spectator, January 3, 1891. of parting from these dumb creatures have moved me more than any of the...
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Classical English Reader: Selections from Standard Authors. With Explanatory ...

Henry Norman Hudson - Readers - 1877 - 478 pages
...indebted man, where I was once the wealthy, — the honoured 1 I was to have gone there on Saturday in joy and prosperity to receive my friends. My dogs...from these dumb creatures have moved me more than (\ny of the painful reflections l have put down. Poor things, I must get them kind masters ! There...
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Memoirs of Sir Walter Scott, Volume 8

John Gibson Lockhart - 1882 - 434 pages
...poor indebted man, where I was once the wealthy — the honoured? I was to have gone there on Saturday in joy and prosperity to receive my friends. My dogs...them kind masters ! There may be yet those who loving me, may love my dog, because it has been mine. I must end these gloomy forebodings, or I shall lose...
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Classical English Reader: Selections from Standard Authors with Explanatory ...

Henry Norman Hudson - Readers - 1888 - 490 pages
...indebted man, where I was once the wealthy, — the honoured 1 I was to have gone there on Saturday in joy and prosperity to receive my friends. My dogs...moved me more than any of the painful reflections 1 have put down. Poor things, I must get them kind masters ! There may be yet those who, loving me,...
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The Journal of Sir Walter Scott: From the Original Manuscript at Abbotsford

Walter Scott - Authors, Scottish - 1890 - 460 pages
...wealthy, the honoured? My children are provided ; thank God for that. I was to have gone there on Saturday in joy and prosperity to receive my friends. My dogs...them kind masters ; there may be yet those who loving me may love my dog because it has been mine. I must end this, or I shall lose the tone of mind with...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 171

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1890 - 590 pages
...could I tread my hall with such a diminished crest ? How live a poor indebted man where I was once the wealthy, the honoured ? My children are provided...friends. My dogs will wait for me in vain. It is foolish — hut the thoughts of parting from these dumb creatures have moved me more than any of the painful...
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The Complete Works of John Ruskin, Volume 8

John Ruskin - 1891 - 512 pages
...poor, indebted man, where I was once the wealthy, the honoured ? I was to have gone there on Saturday, in joy and prosperity, to receive my friends. My dogs...kind masters ! There may be yet those who, loving me, may love my dog because it has been mine. I must end these gloomy forebodings, or I shall lose...
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Story of the life of sir Walter Scott, revised, with additions, incl. the ...

Robert Chambers - 1894 - 158 pages
...poor indebted man, where I was once the wealthy, the honoured? I was to have gone there on Saturday, in joy and prosperity, to receive my friends. My dogs...them kind masters. There may be yet those who, loving me, may love my dog, because it has been mine. I must end these gloomy forebodings, or I shall lose...
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The Scottish Review, Volume 23

Scotland - 1894 - 486 pages
...the honoured ? My children are provided ; thank God for that. I was to have gone there on Saturday in joy and prosperity to receive my friends. My dogs...them kind masters ; there may be yet those who loving me may love my dog because it has been mine. I must end this, or I shall lose the tone of mind with...
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Sir Walter Scott's Woodstock

Walter Scott - Great Britain - 1895 - 614 pages
...the honoured ? My children are provided ; thank God for that. I was to have gone there on Saturday in joy and prosperity to receive my friends. My dogs...them kind masters ; there may be yet those who loving me may love my dog because it has been mine. I must end this, or I shall lose the tone of mind with...
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