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88 UFE OF MAEGARET PULLER OSSOM.
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one that interferes , with no tie . Amid many ills and cares , we much with all joy that together is innocent , in the and sympath sweet y with natural heauty , —with our child , —
and "I the do differenc not know e whether will become he will alway . few s y love ears me , mor so e well i 3 erceptible , for I am than the elder now their , .
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watche my health d b is tliose better who , I shall love him be and who are myself good , and pure sure . " my y , Again she writes .
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course , been used to my having many . He no boundand when anything who I am will occup to persons ied him , is with in hapx the whom : > y details in himself he of does practical . not But feel some life sj > cannot of ontaneousry my friends fail to prize and my , the famil purity y ,
he and has simp done le see streng Ms companionshi th of his character p will be ; and an inestimable should , he continue blessing to to love me . me I say as
revulsions if , because in , all my human own , not affections to has know been are it frail . unblemished Yet , and I feel I have great far exp under confidence erienced too trials in great the
than especiall permanence I ever y as was of I his have before love been . and more It more desponding soI hope , and than unreasonable I so ever , shall , be in many many again . ways But ; , ,
at all such timeshe never , had a thought except to sustain and cheer me . He is capable of , the sacred love to —the love passing he loves ' that hischild of woman in the . He
showed I it think to his he father will , be to an Rome excellent , me father . Now though he could . not speculate same way about . itnorindeedabout anything . " ,
, , , And this struggle for dear life in Ital motive y ; we drew all know Margaret how it to ended her .
native So the land reaction amongst came , and others many was a de s sire to publish to best advantage the ; book wliereby she hoped at once to do justice
to ones great and princ for herself _^ les and . In brave the men face , of and many to misg earn ivings bread , for and her in sp clear ite her to hesitate for hour
of even some up dark to the presentiments last moment , of which going led on board , they yet started one for , Americaon the 17 th of May , 1850 , in the barque Elizabeth , an
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88 Ufe Of Maegaret Puller Ossom.
88 _UFE OF MAEGARET PULLER OSSOM .
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Oct. 1, 1859, page 88, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01101859/page/16/