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  • This letter is introduced for the sake of Mr.C. 's reply, and to exhibit the candid and untenacious quality of his mind.

    Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Robert Southey

  • This letter is introduced for the sake of Mr.C. 's reply, and to exhibit the candid and untenacious quality of his mind.

    Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey

  • Then he was touched by her sufferings, replaced his insults by caresses which were hardly more measured than his violences and, as she was gentle and untenacious, she fell back into her feeling of security "(p. 206).] --

    Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon

  • Then he was touched by her sufferings, replaced his insults by caresses which were hardly more measured than his violences and, as she was gentle and untenacious, she fell back into her feeling of security "(p. 206).] --

    The Memoirs of Napoleon

  • Then he was touched by her sufferings, replaced his insults by caresses which were hardly more measured than his violences and, as she was gentle and untenacious, she fell back into her feeling of security "(p. 206).] --

    Memoirs of Napoleon — Volume 01

  • Then he was touched by her sufferings, replaced his insults by caresses which were hardly more measured than his violences and, as she was gentle and untenacious, she fell back into her feeling of security "(p. 206).] --

    Memoirs of Napoleon — Complete

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