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Página 306 - Irish Sketches of this lady resemble Miss Mitford's beautiful English sketches in * Our Village,' but they are far more vigorous and picturesque and bright."— BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE.
Página 9 - Oh ! it's my delight on a shiny night, In the season of the year.
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Página 22 - Except the mistletoe,' observed Lady Trevor, smiling. ' To be sure, there is no such supply of mistletoe in all the country as grows in the avenue. It seems strange that you should have reminded me of that ; it is such a thoroughly English product. But doubtless Sir Richard described to you how all the lada and lassos at Christmas came to beg for the full-berried branches to decorate their homes.