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" ... the beating of their own hearts was all the sound they heard." " It wor the wind," said Maggot. " Iss, that 's what it wor," replied Tonkin ; "come, lev us go down. The wind can't do no harm to we. "
A peerless wife - Seite 297
von Matilda Anne Mackarness - 1871
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The poor cousin [by E. Daniel] ed. by the author of 'The Scottish heiress ...

Elizabeth Daniel - 1846
...And very low was the voice in which Fanny replied, until words became unnecessary between them, " And the beating of their own hearts Was all the sound they heard." CHAPTER XV. " M--thinks it should have been impossible Not to love all things in a world like this!"...
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The poor cousin: a novel, Band 3

Robert Mackenzie Daniel - 1848
...And very low was the voice in which Fanny replied, until words became unnecessary between them, " And the beating of their own hearts Was all the sound they heard." CHAPTER XV. " Methinks it should have been impossible }{ot to love all things in a world like this!"...
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Ainsworth's Magazine: A Miscellany of Romance, General Literature, & Art

William Harrison Ainsworth - 1852
...to where the shadows lie deeper and thicker in the dense solitude of the underwood, and there where The beating of their own hearts Was all the sound they heard, they have plighted words of love and affection, which will long find a haunting echo through the old...
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The star in the desert

Mrs. Henry S. Mackarness - 1853 - 118 Seiten
...that again she was united to him, never more to part on earth. They were silent for some moments, ' the beating of their own hearts was all the sound they heard,' and then lifting her face from her husband's shoulder, she said: — " Arthur, I have wearied Heaven with...
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Sunbeam stories, a selection of the tales by the author of 'A trap to catch ...

Matilda Anne Mackarness - 1860
...that again she was united to him, never more to part on earth. They were silent for some moments, ' the beating of their own hearts was all the sound they heard/ and then lifting her face from her husband's shoulder, she said : "Arthur, I have wearied Heaven with prayers...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1865
...replies." A few more intoxicating silences, when, according to Moncktou Millies' rather pretty conceipt, " The beating of their own hearts was all the sound they heard." Kate knew the road they were going : knew that it would take them a rovmd of good eight miles ; but...
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Not Wisely But Too Well, Band 1

Rhoda Broughton - 1867 - 288 Seiten
...replies." A few more intoxicating silences; when, according to Monckton Milnes' rather pretty conceit, "The beating of their own hearts was all the sound they heard." Kate knew the road they were going; knew that it would take them a round of good eight miles ; but...
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Deep Down: A Tale of the Cornish Mines, Teil 1883

Robert Michael Ballantyne - 1869 - 420 Seiten
...depicted on their faces, while they listened intently, but, in the words of the touching old song, " the beating of their own hearts was all the sound they heard." " It wor the wind," said Maggot. " Iss, that 's what it wor," replied Tonkin ; "come, lev us go down....
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Harper's Magazine, Band 40

Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen - 1870
...earlier moments of the meeting was wholly passed, and it was observed that the members went away as if " The beating of their own hearts Was all the sound they heard." Л Ittramj !Urar&. SANTA CLAUS AS A PUBLISHER. WE have just returned from a visit to Santa Claus's...
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Deep Down: A Tale of the Cornish Mines

Robert Michael Ballantyne - 1880 - 420 Seiten
...depicted on their faces, while they listened intently, but, in the words of the touching old song, " the beating of their own hearts was all the sound they heard." " It wor the wind," said Maggot. " Iss, that 's what it wor," replied Tonkin ; "come, lev us go down....
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