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" I first saw her coming out of a covered cart, in very old-fashioned clothes, and looking very cold and miserable. She was coming to school at Miss Wooler's. When she appeared in the schoolroom, her dress was changed, but just as old. She looked a little... "
French Exercises, Based on the Memory Work of the French Grammar - Sivu 205
tekijä(t) F. Walter Savage - 1878
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Charlotte Brontë at Home

Marion Harland - 1899 - 308 sivua
...have Mary's picture of Charlotte, as she saw her on a raw mid-January morning in the year 1831 : " I first saw her coming out of a covered cart, in very...cold and miserable. She was coming to school at Miss Wooler's. When she appeared in the school-room, her dress was changed, but just as old. She looked...

The Life and Works of the Sisters Brontë: Gaskell, E. C. S. The life of ...

Charlotte Brontë, Clement King Shorter - 1900
...Nussey, who died November 26, 1897, aged 80 years.' 1 Mary Taylor, the Rose Yorke of Shirley. See p. 108. old-fashioned clothes, and looking very cold and miserable. She was coming to school at Miss Wooler's. When she appeared in the schoolroom her dress was changed, but just as old. She looked a...

The Life and Works of the Sisters Brontë: Gaskell, E. C. S. The life of ...

Charlotte Brontë, Clement King Shorter - 1900
...of Charlotte Bronte. The time referred to is her first appearance at Roe Head, on January 19, 1831. 'I first saw her coming out of a covered cart, in very The Rydings, Birstall, Yorks. Prom 1837 until long after Charlotte Bronte's death she lived at Brookroyd,...

The Life of Charlotte Brontë

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1902 - 670 sivua
...Charlotte Bronte. The time referred to is her first appearance at Roe Head, on January 19, 1831. ' I first saw her coming out of a covered cart, in very The Rydings. Birslall, Yorks. From 1837 uutil long after Charlotte Bronte's death she lived at Brookroyd,...

The Oxford and Cambridge French Grammar: For Schools and Private Pupils ...

Hunt - 1903
...away. He has a gréât influence. Do nol be idle. Demeurer les bras 39 / first saw fier coming ont** of a covered cart, in very oldfashioned clothes, and looking very cold and misérable. She was coming to school at Miss W.'s. When she appeared in thé schoolroom her dress was...

Charlotte Brontë and Her Sisters

Clement King Shorter - 1905 - 240 sivua
...to Mary Taylor, however, that we owe the first impression of her in these years at Roe Head: — " I first saw her coming out of a covered cart, in very...cold and miserable. She was coming to school at Miss Wooler's. When she appeared in the schoolroom her dress was changed, but just as old. She looked a...

Charlotte Brontë and Her Sisters

Clement King Shorter - 1905 - 240 sivua
...is to Mary Taylor, however, that we owe the first impression of her in these years at Roe Head:— " I first saw her coming out of a covered cart, in very...cold and miserable. She was coming to school at Miss Wooler's. When she appeared in the schoolroom her dress was changed, but just as old. She looked a...

The Life of Charlotte Brontë

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1905 - 526 sivua
...oldfashioned clothes, and looking very cold and miserable. She was coming to school at Miss Wooler's. When she appeared in the school-room, her dress was...changed, but just as old. She looked a little old woman, op short-sighted that she always appeared to T>e seeking something, and moving her head from side to...

Novels of the Sisters Brontë: The life of Charlotte Brontë, by E. C. Gaskell ...

Charlotte Brontë - 1905
...referred to ia her first appearance at Boo Head, on January 19th, 1831. " I first saw her coming out of & covered cart, in very oldfashioned clothes, and looking...cold and miserable. She was coming to school at Miss Wooler's. When she appeared in the school-room, her dress was changed, but just as old. She looked...

The Bronte Family: Passionate Literary Geniuses

Karen Smith Kenyon - 2003 - 128 sivua
...They remained her friends throughout her life. Mary later wrote of Charlotte's arrival at the school: I first saw her coming out of a covered cart, in very...clothes, and looking very cold and miserable. . . . She looked a little, old woman, so shortsighted that she always appeared to be seeking something, and moving...
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