“I am just going to ride, and shall make it in my way to call and inquire after the health of my dulcinea.”
“When he went to thank Mrs. Corbin for her kindness and to inquire after Janie, his little friend was better.”
“Immediately on the receipt of your letter, I wrote to a correspondent at Florence to inquire after the family of Tagliaferro as you desired.”
“The Countess de Boufflers, who was very intimate with the lady of the marechal, sent to inquire after my health, and to beg I would go and see her.”
“She would write the next morning to inquire after Cousin Gertrade's health.”
“By these things we may inquire after the habit or principle of holiness in our own minds, that we be not deceived by any thing that falsely pretendeth thereunto; as, --”
“I hope soon to present myself before Y.R.H., and to inquire after a health so precious to us all.”
“Went to see some of my absent members; and passing by Mrs.O. 's, whose husband died about a fortnight since, I called to inquire after her, and to my surprise and grief, found her in dying circumstances.”
“Fearing, lest I should fill her heart with sorrow by the recital of my first disasters, I had not written to her since my arrival in Switzerland; but I wrote to M. de Conzie, to inquire after her situation, and it was from him I learned she had ceased to alleviate the sufferings of the afflicted, and that her own were at an end.”
“If Cutler had visited Mrs. Cozens at the Manor House instead of at her own cottage in order to inquire after Susie, there were strong reasons for assuming that he had already met Susie and learned from her where her mother was to be found.”
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