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" The person who told me her story had seen her at a masquerade. There can be no exhibition of far-gone wretchedness more striking and painful than to meet it in such a scene. To find it wandering like a spectre, lonely and joyless, where all around is... "
The Casket - Page 157
1828
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The Literary chronicle and weekly review

1820
...querade. There can be no exhibition of far-gone wretchedness more striking and painful than to meet it m such a scene. To find it wandering like a spectre,...where all around is gay — to see it dressed out in die trappings of mirth, and looking so wan and wo-begone, as if it had tried in vain to cheat the poor...
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The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent

Washington Irving - Catskill Mountains Region (N.Y.) - 1820 - 419 pages
...The person who told me her story had seen her at a masquerade. There can be no exhibition of far-gone wretchedness more striking and painful than to meet...in the trappings of mirth, and looking so wan and wo-begone, as if it had tried in vain to cheat the poor heart into a momentary forgetfulness of sorrow....
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The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent, Volume 1

Washington Irving - American essays - 1822
...person who told me her "story had seen her at a masquerade. There can be no exhibition of far-gone wretchedness more striking and painful than to meet...in the trappings of mirth, and looking so wan and wo-begone, as if it had tried in vain to cheat the poor heart into a momentary forgetfulness of sorrow....
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The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent, Volume 1

Washington Irving - American essays - 1822
...seen her at a masquerade. There can be no exhibition of far- gone wretchedness more striking and t painful than to meet it in such a scene. To find it...in the trappings of mirth, and looking so wan and wo-begone, as if it had tried in vain to cheat the poor heart into a momentary forgetfulness of sorrow....
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The flowers of literature, or, Encyclopędia of anecdote, a coll. by W. Oxberry

William Oxberry - 1822
...person who told me her story, had seen her at a masquerade. There can be no exhibition of far-gone wretchedness more striking and painful than to meet...joyless, where all around is gay — to see it dressed ont in the trappings of mirth, and looking so wan and woe-begone, as if it had tried in vain to cheat...
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The Flowers of Literature: Consisting of Selections from History ..., Volume 4

William Oxberry - English literature - 1824
...The person who told me her story had seen her at a masquerade. There can be no exhibition of far-gone wretchedness more striking and painful than to meet...in the trappings of mirth, and looking so wan and wo-begone, as if it had tried in vain to cheat the poor heart into a momentary forgetfulness of sorrow....
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The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. [pseud.] ...

Washington Irving - 1824
...The person who told me her story had seen her at a masquerade. There can be no exhibition of far-gone wretchedness more striking and painful than to meet...in the trappings of mirth, and looking so wan and wo-begone, as if it had tried in vain to cheat the poor heart into a momentary forgetfulness of sorrow....
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Selections, from Several Literary Works: Comprising The Declaration of ...

Thomas O'Connor - English literature - 1824 - 153 pages
...person, who told me her story, had seen her at a masquerade. There can be no exhibition of far-gone wretchedness more striking and painful than to meet...in the trappings of mirth, and looking so wan and wobegone, as if it had tried in vain to cheat the poor heart into a momentary forgetf'ulness of sorrow....
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The cabinet; or The selected beauties of literature [ed. by J. Aitken].

Cabinet - 1824
...The person who told me her story had seen her at a masquerade. There can be no exhibition of far-gone wretchedness more striking and painful than to meet...in the trappings of mirth, and looking so wan and wo-be-gone, as if it had tried in vain to cheat the poor heart into a momentary forgetfulness of sorrow....
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The Portfolio of Entertaining & Instructive Varieties in History ..., Volume 3

1824
...a masquerade. There can be no exhibition of far-gone wretchelness more striking and painful thanKi meet it in such a scene. To find it wandering' like...joyless, where all around is gay— to see it dressed following lines : " Sheis far from the laud wlnre her young hero sleeps, And lovers around her are...
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