1 We had a happy surprise at breakfast.
2 Mary, many, many, happy years for you both.
3 I should be quite happy if I only knew if Jonathan.
4 Her lips are curved and her face beams with happiness.
5 I am so happy to-night, because dear Lucy seems better.
6 Bless me in your prayers; and, Mina, pray for my happiness.
7 Some sort of shadowy pall seems to be coming over our happiness.
8 My dear, I must stop here at present, I feel so miserable, though I am so happy.
9 Her mother rejoiced when she saw her, and we all spent a very happy evening together.
10 It is much to do, and, oh, but there are rewards, in that we can bestow such happiness.
11 I trust that your journey from London has been a happy one, and that you will enjoy your stay in my beautiful land.
12 I felt a little sad myself, for I could not but feel how absolutely happy it would have been had Jonathan been with me.
13 Well, Mr. Morris sat down beside me and looked as happy and jolly as he could, but I could see all the same that he was very nervous.
14 Seven years ago we all went through the flames; and the happiness of some of us since then is, we think, well worth the pain we endured.
15 Oh, Lucy, Lucy, I cannot be angry with you, nor can I be angry with my friend whose happiness is yours; but I must only wait on hopeless and work.
16 I only told him that much, and then he stood up, and he looked very strong and very grave as he took both my hands in his and said he hoped I would be happy, and that if I ever wanted a friend I must count him one of my best.
17 Forgive me, dear, if I worry you with my troubles in the midst of your own happiness; but, Lucy dear, I must tell some one, for the strain of keeping up a brave and cheerful appearance to Jonathan tries me, and I have no one here that I can confide in.
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