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  • He was restless, miserable, anxious, homesick -- not for Detroit, but for some heretofore unimagined good; yet, like Bunyan's shepherd boy in the Valley of humiliation, he carried "the herb called Heartsease in his bosom," for he was at last loving consciously.

    Homespun Tales

  • The Heartsease was a good-sized half-decked boat of some twenty-six feet long and eight feet beam.

    One of the 28th A Tale of Waterloo

  • "Heartsease," "Autumn," and so forth, are imbued with the most exquisite refinement.

    Woman's Work in Music

  • I have been out to 'Heartsease' several times, too, and am quite in love with Miss Nevin.

    Grace Harlowe's Senior Year at High School

  • The ride back to "Heartsease" was a memorable one to at least two of the occupants of the machine.

    Grace Harlowe's Senior Year at High School

  • He was to remain at "Heartsease" until after her graduation, then, accompanied by Miss Nevin, Eleanor was to sail for Italy with him, there to remain until he should begin a European concert tour in the fall.

    Grace Harlowe's Senior Year at High School

  • The Phi Sigma Tau, particularly Anne and Grace, became prime favorites with the great violinist and were frequently invited to "Heartsease" to hear him play, an honor which was accorded to no one else in Oakdale.

    Grace Harlowe's Senior Year at High School

  • We have the type delineated admiringly in Miss Yonge's "Heartsease,"

    Biographical Study of A W Kinglake

  • When "Heartsease" first appeared, Percy Fotheringham was believed to be a portrait; but the accomplished authoress in a letter written not long before her death told me that the character was wholly imaginary.

    Biographical Study of A W Kinglake

  • By this time Henry Miller had left the Empire Stock Company and had gone on the road with a play called "Heartsease," by Charles Klein and J.

    Charles Frohman: Manager and Man

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