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" Ladies and gentlemen, in but two short weeks from this time I hope that you may enter, in your own homes, on a new series of readings, at which my assistance will be indispensable ; but from these garish lights I vanish now for evermore, with a heartfelt,... "
The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year - Page 324
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The London and Paris ladies' magazine of fashion, ed. by mrs. Edward Thomas

Jane Thomas (née Pinhorn) - 1870
...myself exclusively to the art that first brought us together. (Great applause.) Ladies and gentlemen, in but two short weeks from this time I hope that you may enter, in your own houses, on anew 'Series of Readings, ' at which my assistance will be indispensable; but from these...
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Charles Dickens: The Story of His Life

1870 - 110 pages
...henceforth to devote mj'self exclusively to the art that first brought us together. Ladies and gentlemen, in but two short weeks from this time I hope that...evermore, with a heartfelt, grateful, respectful, and affectionate farewell." The speaker then retired, amidst acclamations of the most enthusiastic...
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Speeches, literary and social. With chapters on 'Charles Dickens as a letter ...

Richard Herne Shepherd - 1870
...henceforth to devote myself exclusively to the art that first brought us together. Ladies and gentlemen, in but two short weeks from this time I hope that...evermore, with a heartfelt, grateful, respectful, and affectionate farewell. [Amidst repeated acclamations of the most enthusiastic description, whilst...
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Charles Dickens

1870
...henceforth to devote myself exclusively to the art that first brought us together. Ladies and gentlemen, in but two short weeks from this time I hope that...these garish lights I vanish now for evermore, with an heartfelt, grateful, respectful, and affectionate farewell. SPEECH AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY. Prom the...
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The Musical World, Volume 48

Music - 1870
...henceforth to devote myself exclusively to the art that first brought us together. Ladies and gentlemen, in but two short weeks from this time I hope that you may enter, in your own houses, on a new ' Series of Readings,' at which my assistance will be indispensable; but from these...
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The Spiritual Magazine, Volume 5

Spiritualism - 1870
...leave-taking should have been within the present year, and that in it he should have spoken these words : ' From these garish lights I vanish now for evermore, with a heartfelt, grateful, respectful and affectionate farewell.' " Nor is the view that Dickens was a subject of spiritual impressions in...
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The Life and Writings of Charles Dickens ...

R. A. Hammond - 1871 - 426 pages
...henceforth to devote myself exclusively to the art that first brought us together. Ladies and gentlemen, in but two short weeks from this time I hope that...readings, at which my assistance will be indispensable (alluding to Edwin Drood) ; but from these garish lights I vanish now for evermore, with a heartfelt,...
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The Life of Charles Dickens, Volume 3

John Forster - Authors, English - 1874
...associations, and in future to devote himself exclusively to the calling which had first made him known. "In but two short weeks from this "time I hope that..."assistance will be indispensable; but from these "garish llffllts I vanish now fnr pvprmnvf> with a. from the platform; and the prolonged tumult of LONDON:...
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CHARLES DICKENS AS A READER.

CHARLES KENT. - 1872
...in your own homes, on a new series " of readings at which my assistance will be indispen61 sable ; but from these garish lights I vanish now for " evermore, with a heartfelt, grateful, respectful, and " affectionate farewell." The manly, cordial voice only faltered once at the very last. The mournful...
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The Life of Charles Dickens, Volume 3

John Forster - Authors, English - 1874
...associations, and in future to devote himself exclusively to the calling which had first made him known. " In but two short weeks from this time I hope that...heartfelt, grateful, respectful, affectionate farewell." The brief hush of silence as he moved from the platform ; and 45* the prolonged tumult of sound that...
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