1 From my earliest remembrance I had been as I then was in height and proportion.
2 Pardon this gush of sorrow; these ineffectual words are but a slight tribute to the unexampled worth of Henry, but they soothe my heart, overflowing with the anguish which his remembrance creates.
3 The banks of the Thames presented a new scene; they were flat but fertile, and almost every town was marked by the remembrance of some story.
4 As we entered this city our minds were filled with the remembrance of the events that had been transacted there more than a century and a half before.
5 He is dead who called me into being; and when I shall be no more, the very remembrance of us both will speedily vanish.
6 I found them growing on a grave, which bore no tombstone, no other memorial of the dead man, save these ugly weeds, that have taken upon themselves to keep him in remembrance.
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7 There were trifles too, little ornaments, beautiful tokens of a continual remembrance, that must have been wrought by delicate fingers at the impulse of a fond heart.
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8 From Willoughby their expression was at first held back, by the embarrassment which the remembrance of his assistance created.
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9 She resigned herself at first to all the misery of her situation; and happy had it been if she had not lived to overcome those regrets which the remembrance of me occasioned.
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10 His remembrance can be overcome by no change of circumstances or opinions.
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11 Mr. Wopsle, with a majestic remembrance of old discomfiture, assented; but not warmly.
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12 And whatever opinion you take away of me, shall make no difference in my remembrance of you.
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13 If the green and yellow growth of weed in the chinks of the old wall had been the most precious flowers that ever blew, it could not have been more cherished in my remembrance.
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14 There was a long hard time when I kept far from me the remembrance of what I had thrown away when I was quite ignorant of its worth.
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15 I can make no claim therefore to have known, at that time, how matters stood; or to have any remembrance, founded on the evidence of my own senses, of what follows.
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