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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Margaret Fuller Ossoli, Chapter
: marriage and motherhood. ( 15 - 1847 .) (search)
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Chapter 17: closing scenes. Although Mrs. Story once read the certificate of the marriage of her friends, and had it long in her possession, she did not fix the date of it in her memory, and this will probably remain forever unknown. Their child was born September 5, 1848; and the mother was compelled, in order to disarm su
y oppress me — and of yourself.
Ever yours, M. O.
I add one more extract from a letter, without date, but of the same period, from Madame Ossoli to Mrs. Story--
You say no secret can be kept in the civilized world, and I suppose not long.
But it is very important to me to keep this for the present, if possible, (April 21, 1850):--
It was an odd combination.
I had intended, if I went by way of France, to take the packet ship Argo from Havre; I had just written to Mrs. Story that I should not do so; and at the same time requested her to find Miss Fitton, who had my muff, etc.; having closed the letter, I took up Galignani, and my e