Keresés Képek Térkép YouTube Hírek Gmail Drive Naptár Egyebek »
Bejelentkezés
Könyvek 
" When the carriage was announced, and she was adjusting her dress, Mrs. Lewis happened to make some remark on a beautiful rose which Miss Ray wore in her bosom. Just as the words were uttered, the flower fell to the ground. She immediately stooped to regain... "
Love and Madness: The Murder of Martha Ray, Mistress of the Fourth Earl of ... - 202. oldal
szerző: Martin Levy - 2004 - 256 oldal
Korlátozott előnézet - Információ erről a könyvről

The Life and Correspondence of M.G. Lewis: With Many Pieces in ..., 1. kötet

Matthew Gregory Lewis - 1839 - 2 oldal
...as the words were uttered, the flower fell to the ground. She immediately stooped to regain it ; but as she picked it up, the red leaves scattered themselves...I trust I am not to consider this as an evil omen !"* But soon rallying, she expressed to Mrs. Lewis, in a cheerful tone, her hope that they would meet...

The life and correspondence of M.G. Lewis [by M. Baron-Wilson].

Margaret Baron- Wilson - 1839
...as the words were uttered, the flower fell to the ground. She immediately stooped to regain it ; but as she picked it up, the red leaves scattered themselves...I trust I am not to consider this as an evil omen !"* But soon rallying, she expressed to Mrs. Lewis, in a cheerful tone, her hope that they would meet...

The Literary world, conducted by J. Timbs, 1. kötet

John Timbs - 1839
...as the words were uttered, the flower fell to the ground. She immediately stooped to regain it; but as she picked it up, the red leaves scattered themselves...I trust I am not to consider this as an evil omen !" * But soon rallying, she expressed to Mrs. Lewis, in a cheerful tone, her hope that they would meet...

The Gentleman's Magazine

1840
...bosom. Just as the words were uttered, the flower fell to the ground. She^ stooped to regain it, but, as she picked it up, the red leaves scattered themselves...poor girl, who had been depressed in spirits before, said, ' I trust I am not to consider this as an evil omen.' But, soon rallying, she expressed to Mrs....

English folk-lore

Thomas Firminger Thiselton- Dyer - 1878
...as the words were uttered, the flower fell to the ground. She immediately stooped to regain it, but as she picked it up, the red leaves scattered themselves...on the carpet, and the stalk alone remained in her hand. The poor girl, who had been depressed in spirits before, was evidently affected by this incident,...

Plant Lore, Legends, and Lyrics: Embracing the Myths, Traditions ...

Richard Folkard - 1884 - 610 oldal
...red leaves scattered themselves on the carpet, leaving the bare stalk in her hand. The unfortunate girl, who had been depressed in spirits before, was evidently affected by the incident, and said nervously, " I trust I am not to consider this as an evil omen ! " Soon rallying,...

The Folk-lore of Plants

Thomas Firminger Thiselton Dyer - 1889 - 328 oldal
...as the words were uttered the flower fell to the ground. She immediately stooped to regain it, but as she picked it up, the red leaves scattered themselves...on the carpet, and the stalk alone remained in her hand. The poor girl, who had been depressed in spirits before, was evidently affected by this incident,...

The Love-letters of Mr. H. & Miss R.: 1775-1779

James Hackman, Martha Reay, Sir Herbert Croft - 1895 - 221 oldal
...which Miss Reay wore in her bosom. Just as the words were uttered 148 the flower fell to the ground. The poor girl, who had been depressed in spirits before,...I trust I am not to consider this as an evil omen ! ' " Hackman, who was watching her, tried to push his way through the crowd, but was unable to do...

All the Year Round, 39. kötet;59. kötet

1887
...the ground, the stalk only remaining in her hand. The poor girl, evidently affected by this incident, said, in a slightly faltering voice : " I trust I am not to consider this an evil omen." But soon recovering her presence of mind, she expressed a hope that they would meet...

Lean's Collectanea, 2. kötet,2. rész

Vincent Stuckey Lean - 1903
...as the words were uttered, the flower fell to the ground. She immediately stooped to regain it, but as she picked it up the red leaves scattered themselves...trust I am not to consider this as an evil omen." But soon rallying she expressed to Mrs. Lewis in a cheerful tone a hope that they would meet again...




  1. Saját könyvtáram
  2. Súgó
  3. Speciális könyvkeresés