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- But she wrote anew to her mother, ostensibly to notify the wedding-day; really to again implore her advice.4 — The Consequence (69% in)
- Marian had somehow heard that Tess was separated from her husband—probably through Izz Huett—and the good-natured and now tippling girl, deeming Tess in trouble, had hastened to notify to her former friend that she herself had gone to this upland spot after leaving the dairy, and would like to see her there, where there was room for other hands, if it was really true that she worked again as of old.5 — The Woman Pays (63% in)
- He had distinctly implied that he would at least let her know of the locality to which he had journeyed; but he had not sent a line to notify his address.5 — The Woman Pays (88% in)
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