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“Yet beyond: an iron stirrup and a slender spur, and the sewing-girl has but to set her foot there and escape the shapes that dog her.”
“The sewing-girl, like Hood's shirtmaker, scarcely fears the”
“Still, every poor sewing-girl will consider that the making of her first shirt is an event in her career, a difficulty to be surmounted, -- and that, even when successfully accomplished, it is in reality only the beginning of a long career of toil.”
“Are you sure that John M. Gibbs is back of that sewing-girl ad?”
“This unforeseen cloud upon the horizon of peace, prosperity, and happiness rose into the ken of Dr. Surtaine the day after the appearance of the sewing-girl editorial.”
“At the table sat Miss Mellins, profusely spangled and bangled, her head sewing-girl, a pale young thing who had helped with Evelina's outfit,”
“A fancied life of ease presents allurements to a hard-worked sewing-girl.”
“Also I have bid the sewing-girl make a pack of some garments.”
“I am not here to discuss mysteries that have no connection with the sewing-girl in whose cause I am interested.”
“The story of "Louise," in brief, is that of a sewing-girl who lives with her parents on Montmartre, up to which, night after night, blink and beckon the lights of the gay city.”
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