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" I have never had her ring off my finger by day or night, except for an instant at a time, to wash my hands, since she died. I have never had her sweetness and excellence absent from my mind so long. I can solemnly say that, waking or sleeping, I have... "
The Literary World - Page 186
1882
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“The” Letters of Charles Dickens: 1853-1861

Charles Dickens - 1880
...died. I have never had her sweetness and excellence absent from my mind so long. I can solemnly say that, waking or sleeping, I have never lost the recollection...hard trial and sorrow, and I feel that I never shall. It will be a great relief to my heart when I find you sufficiently calm upon this sad subject to claim...
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Dickens

Sir Adolphus William Ward - 1882 - 224 pages
...beautiful, and good." " I can solemnly say," he wrote to her mother a few months after her death, " that, waking or sleeping, I have never lost the recollection...with all my thoughts and feelings more than anyone I knew ever did or will, I think I should have nothing to wish for but a continuance of such happiness....
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The letters of Charles Dickens, ed. by his sister-in-law [G. Hogarth] and ...

Charles Dickens - 1882
...died. I have never had her sweetness and excellence absent from my mind so long. I can solemnly say that, waking or sleeping, I have never lost the recollection...hard trial and sorrow, and I feel that I never shall. It will be a great relief to my heart when I find you sufficiently calm upon this sad subject to claim...
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The Letters of Charles Dickens: 1836-1870

Charles Dickens - 1882
...died. I have never had her sweetness and excellence absent from my mind so long. I can solemnly say that, waking or sleeping, I have never lost the recollection...hard trial and sorrow, and I feel that I never shall. It will be a great relief to my heart when I find you sufficiently calm upon this sad subject to claim...
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Dickens

Sir Adolphus William Ward - 1882 - 224 pages
...beautiful, and good." " I can solemnly say," he wrote to her mother a few months after her death, " that, waking or sleeping, I have never lost the recollection of our hard trial and Borrow, and I feel that I never shall." " If," ran part of his first entry in the Diary which he began...
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Famous English Authors of the Nineteenth Century

Sarah Knowles Bolton - 1890 - 451 pages
...died. I have never had her sweetness and excellence absent from my mind so long. I can solemnly say that, waking or sleeping, I have never lost the recollection...trial and sorrow, and I feel that I never shall." He wishes often to recall to memory the times when all were happy — " so happy that increase of fame...
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English Men of Letters, Volume 7

John Morley - 1894
...beautiful, and good." " I can solemnly say," he wrote to her mother a few months after her death, " that, waking or sleeping, I have never lost the recollection...sympathising with all my thoughts and feelings more than any one I knew ever did or will, I think I should have nothing to wish for but a continuance of such...
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Fielding

Austin Dobson - 1905 - 210 pages
...beautiful, and good." " I can solemnly say," he wrote to her mother a few months after her death, " that, waking or sleeping, I have never lost the recollection...with all my thoughts and feelings more than anyone I knew ever did or will, I think I should have nothing to wish for but a continuance of such happiness....
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Letters, Speeches, Plays and Poems

Charles Dickens, Frederic George Kitton - 1908 - 625 pages
...died. I have never had her sweetness and excellence absent from my mind so long. I can solemnly say that, waking or sleeping, I have never lost the recollection...hard trial and sorrow, and I feel that I never shall. It will be a great relief to my heart when I find you sufficiently calm upon this sad subject to claim...
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Catalogue, Issue 1628

American Art Association, Anderson Galleries (Firm) - 1922
...excellence absent from my mind so long. I can solemnly say that waking or sleeping I have never once lost the recollection of our hard trial and sorrow, and I feel that I never shall," etc. 94. DICKENS (CHARLES). AL s., 1 p. 4to. Manchester, January 13th, 1839. To Mr. Wilson. "Have the...
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