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Margaret Fuller, Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli (ed. W. H. Channing), VI. Jamaica Plain. (search)
le croyez; Dieu me fait la grace de ne penser, qu'a lui. Next of Edith. Tall, gaunt, hard-favored was this candidate for the American cal care of the buds of the forest. Pure, perfectly beneficent, lived Edith, and never thought of any thing or person, but for its own sake. Wskulled to learn even at school. I am sure I never could now. But Edith was not to be daunted by any fancies of incapacity, and set to worko raised them from the night of the tomb, by the gift of his hand. Edith consented, on condition that she might still keep school. So he had his sister come to keep things straight. Edith and he go out in the morning,—he to his field, she to her school, and meet again at eventide, to talk, and plan, and, I hope, to read also. The first use Edith made of her accession of property, through her wedded estate, was to ves that the pattern of the widow's cruse was not lost in Jewry. Edith has become the Natalia of the village, as is Melissa its Schone See