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r offered, as to give him eve●ry hope of ultimate success; but cold, distant, ●and disdainful, at the remotest▓ chance of achieving a more desi▓rable conquest. Very different was Laura▓ Gascoigne.Unusually retiring in manner, ●the peculiar charm hovering ●ar

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ound her could better be felt tha▓n described.Possessing neither ▓the wit nor the cleverness, ▓or, as Coleridge so happily expresses● it, “the brain in the hand,” whi

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ch cha▓racterised her cousin, she had judgment●, feeling, thought—the rare power of c

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●oncentration, which enabled her to succeed in al●l she attempted—the quiet, persever●ing energy which leads to com▓pletion, even in the simplest trifles, and prev●ents all mere superficial ac

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q▓uirement.Perhaps early sorrow had deepened nat●ural characteristics.From the ti●me her mother became widowed, no pen can describ●e the devotedness which was the t●ie between them.The failing health ●of Mrs.Gascoigne had, during the

l▓ast year of her life, compelled a residence in▓ the south of England; and, when ▓in the neighbourhood of Briarstone, the ●real kindness to the mother and d●aughter rec

eived from the Misses▓ Brown induced Laura, after Mrs.Gas