young lady


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I don't by any means despair of our finding the young lady and bringing her back to her friends safe and well.
I'm a-going to unfold your plan, before this young lady; I'm a-going to show this young lady the second view of you; and nothing you can say will stave it off.
Not so bad a speculation either: for if this young lady had had less spirit, or had had less sense, through being at all in the romantic line, by George he might have worked it out and made it pay
These words appeared to be addressed to the young lady, and were perhaps uttered with the view of afffording Nancy time to recover herself.
This young lady,' the gentleman began, 'has communicated to me, and to some other friends who can be safely trusted, what you told her nearly a fortnight since.
said Miss Jemima to a young lady of whom nobody took any notice, and who was coming downstairs with her own bandbox.
In fact, it was a little battle between the young lady and the old one, and the latter was worsted.
And the beautiful young lady fell upon her knees before him, and said, 'O dearest huntsman
Oh, young lady, young lady,' returned Rachael, 'I hope you may be, but I don't know
Young lady, when I had read what's put in print of Stephen - and what has just as much truth in it as if it had been put in print of you - I went straight to the Bank to say I knew where Stephen was, and to give a sure and certain promise that he should be here in two days.
The young lady seemed as good a guesser as himself.
Winkle's visions was a young lady with black eyes, and arch smile, and a pair of remarkably nice boots with fur round the tops.
The young lady had been Maxwell's stenographer for a year.
He was a blessing to all the juvenile part of the neighbourhood, for in summer he was for ever forming parties to eat cold ham and chicken out of doors, and in winter his private balls were numerous enough for any young lady who was not suffering under the unsatiable appetite of fifteen.
He was along with me, sir, down at Saint Albans, ill, and a young lady, Lord bless her for a good friend to me, took pity on him when I durstn't, and took him home--"
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