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“She had to explain that she had nothing but a travelling-dress; but they waived that objection, and allowed her to “come as she was.””
“See, even young Aldermanbury, the tallow-merchant, who has just stepped on board, has got a travelling-dress gaping all over with pockets; and little Tom”
“She stood in her travelling-dress, wondering if she had forgotten anything.”
“My little packing here can be completed in ten minutes — my travelling-dress assumed in ten minutes more.”
“Johanna assistance with the tickets, he stood till the train went, talking to Ephie; and he long retained a picture of her, standing with one foot on the step, in a becoming travelling-dress, a hat with a veil flying from it, and a small hand-bag slung across her shoulder, laughing and dimpling, and well aware of the admiring glances that were cast at her.”
“Lady Simpson when it was time for her to put on her travelling-dress.”
“She was dressed very plainly, in a dark silk travelling-dress, and her air was remarkable only for its simple quietness, though her large eyes turned with a look of eager haste from form to form, as if she were searching for some one.”
“Bach was immediately sent for -- he had not time even to change his travelling-dress -- and with many excuses he presented himself to the King.”
“She didn't go at once and get off her travelling-dress, but trifled about in a kind of expectancy, a little fever going and coming in her cheeks, and turning at any noise.”
“My gray and dingy travelling-dress grew abject, and burned into my soul like the tunic of Nessus.”
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