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  • Now, though I am not quite satisfied with the selfishness of the father, in this case -- nor with the notion of Fidelia, that the particular friendship of another would interfere materially with her filial duties -- yet I do not undertake to say that there are no cases in which a young woman has the right -- the moral right -- to make resolutions not unlike that made by Fidelia.

    The Young Woman's Guide

  • I have this day received a letter subscribed "Fidelia," that gives me an account of an enchantment under which a young lady suffers, and desires my help to exorcise her from the power of the sorcerer.

    The Tatler, Volume 1, 1899

  • The story of Emeline and Fidelia in the novel is heartbreaking as were many stories of slaves and their descendants.

    "Regional" -- Oblivion or Jumping Point?

  • Her great-great-great-aunt Fidelia Fielding died in 1908, and a memorial stone dominates the sloping cemetery here. THE NEWEST INDIANS.

  • His brother Bernhard and his sister Fidelia were also charging with the frenzied mob, though he didn't know ex - actly where they were.

    Flint, the King

  • "Oh, Ruberik," scolded Fidelia, one of the older Fireforge sisters, "don't burst a vein."

    Flint, the King

  • Quiet, demure Glynnis and brash Fidelia emerged from the faces of his sisters.

    Flint, the King

  • Fidelia snorted indelicately and ruffled Tybalt's dark hair as she strolled by him.

    Flint, the King

  • Fidelia did not wait for her brother to get around to her.

    Flint, the King

  • He caught a glimpse of Fidelia, wearing an old shirt of leather armor and wielding a long pitchfork with deadly ef - fect, pinning a squirming derro to the ground by driving the makeshift weapon through his stomach.

    Flint, the King


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