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" It is as much for your sake as my own that I wish to conceal our marriage. I could not endure to think of all you would undergo if I left you in the claws of that harpy ! " He continued to plead, to reason, to enlarge on the miseries and wrongs she had... "
Young Love: A Novel - Page 179
by Frances Milton Trollope - 1844
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London Society, Volume 52

James Hogg, Florence Marryat - 1887
...will be forgiven if it needs forgiveness, when we can avow ourselves. My love, my fortunes are yours. It is as much for your sake as my own that I wish to conceal our marriage. I could not endure to think of all you would undergo if I left you in...
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"One Never Knows,", Volumes 1-2

Francis Charles Philips - English fiction - 1893
...right. You . . . you make me feel I am ruining your prospects, and I wanted to forget it!" enough. It is as much for your sake as my own that I propose the plan. We shall have our happiness without paying for it; you will never be distressed by...
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