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  • I am not telling the story of a gentle, true-souled woman -- I am simply relating the incidents of one bitter day whose tragic close was the ending of a rough romance.

    One Day at Arle

  • "And I am convinced of another thing," replied Mr. Humphrey, "that no fault of her's has reduced her to her present circumstances, for her countenance shews her to be a worthy and true-souled woman; and she shall freely remain beneath my roof until it shall be her wish to leave it."

    The Path of Duty, and Other Stories

  • Virginia holds his dust sacred, and in history he sits at the Round Table of all true-souled and gentle knights.

    A Virginia girl in the Civil War, 1861-1865, by ed.

  • Yet the astute man of the world knows more than one way of ruining and disgracing simple-hearted, true-souled young fellows.

    Uncle Sam's Boys in the Philippines or, Following the Flag against the Moros

  • I am not telling the story of a gentle, true-souled woman -- I am simply relating the incidents of one bitter day whose tragic close was the ending of a rough romance.

    One Day At Arle

  • Even as his widowed mother's face looked, to the true-souled boy, when they dwelt there together in the forest of pines, beside the placid lake!

    A Study Of Hawthorne

  • Even as his widowed mother's face looked, to the true-souled boy, when they dwelt there together in the forest of pines, beside the placid lake!

    A Study of Hawthorne

  • After this magnificent demonstration, in the greatest University of the world, of Woman's ability to master science, we trust that our American colleges will yield to the demand of the age, and their portals be no longer closed to the aspiring, knowledge-seeking, true-souled women of the land.

    Editorial Department

  • After this magnificent demonstration, in the greatest University of the world, of Woman's ability to master science, we trust that our American colleges will yield to the demand of the age, and their portals be no longer closed to the aspiring, knowledge-seeking, true-souled women of the land.

    The Woman's Advocate Vol. III

  • After this magnificent demonstration, in the greatest University of the world, of Woman's ability to master science, we trust that our American colleges will yield to the demand of the age, and their portals be no longer closed to the aspiring, knowledge-seeking, true-souled women of the land.

    The Woman's Advocate Vol. III No. II February, 1870

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