Liebden) feel now somewhat comforted. I did not imagine that you could ever think, that I should make great difficulty in this matter, as indeed I have not done. How could I ever be so cruel as to add to your great distress and tribulation. On the contrary... Rubens - Page 6by Hermann Knackfuss - 1904 - 168 pagesFull view
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Edwin Watts Chubb - 1915 - 263 pages
...this extract from one of her letters, — " I am more' than glad that, touched by my forgiveness, you feel now somewhat comforted. I did not imagine that...the contrary, I feel as if I could even give my own heart's blood to help you. Should I be like that most wicked servant in the Gospels, who, though all...