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  • Whether, as at a late period a very well-informed, well-affected, and well-equipped critic hinted, his picture of the Luciens and the Lousteaus did not a little to propagate both is another matter.

    Lost Illusions

  • Whether, as at a late period a very well-informed, well-affected, and well-equipped critic hinted, his picture of the Luciens and the Lousteaus did not a little to propagate both is another matter.

    Lost Illusions

  • “Mr. Longman,” said my lady, assuming a sprightly air, although her eye twinkled, to keep within its lids the precious water, that sprang from a noble and well-affected heart,

    Pamela

  • Alabama, Mississippi and even parts of Florida will be well-affected by, unfortunately, Katrina because of these northeastern quadrant we get some of the strongest winds and this is just the beginning.

    CNN Transcript Aug 29, 2005

  • The shouts and congratulations of the well-affected and aristocratical part of the audience attended his success, but still a subsequent trial of skill remained.

    Old Mortality

  • Thus accoutred, he was hoisted, at his own earnest request, upon the quietest horse of the party; and, prompted and supported by old Gudyill the butler, as his front file, he passed muster tolerably enough; the sheriff not caring to examine too closely the recruits of so well-affected a person as

    Old Mortality

  • This may have been to avoid exciting the prejudices of the people; however, the smallness of the force shows that the districts of the Jereed are well-affected.

    Travels in Morocco

  • At his return, Censorinus impeached him of extortion, for having exacted a vast sum of money from a well-affected and associate kingdom.

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • The priest hastened back to the wagon, and with well-affected calmness told the baron that it would be impossible for him to take up his abode at the Borderie at present, that several suspicious-looking characters had been seen prowling about, and that they must be more prudent than ever, now they could rely upon the kindly intervention of Martial de Sairmeuse.

    The Honor of the Name

  • Or, on a day of humiliation, in preparation for the work, let the collection that is made for the poor be employed in buying catechisms, and the people be desired to be more liberal than ordinary; and what is wanting, the well-affected to the work may make up.

    The Reformed Pastor

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