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Forgive each other, help each other, and begin again tomorrow.
A moment later she was reading Tom's piece of bark through flowing tears and saying: "I could forgive the boy, now, if he'd committed a million sins
she offered to forgive the past, if I would marry Eliza.
I beg that gentleman, if he has it in his power, to inform that young woman from me that I forgive her her bad conduct towards myself, and that I call her to repentance - if he will be so good.
Tell her, I forgive her; tell her I will come-- at the very last.
You have a great deal, and I have a very great deal to forgive myself, too.
There be nothing to forgive, Joan, unless it be that I should ask forgiveness for protecting thee so poorly.
Fanny never would forgive us if you showed her curls and things to those people.
I wrote him a full and careful account of all that had happened; I begged him to forgive and forget my ungracious reception of the advice which he had so kindly offered to me; and I promised beforehand to do nothing without first consulting his opinion in the new emergency which now confronted me.
Before we part forever," she said to him, "will you take my hand as a token that you forgive me?
The doctor had acquainted his brother with what had past between Mr Allworthy and him; and added with a smile, "I promise you I paid you off; nay, I absolutely desired the good gentleman not to forgive you: for you know after he had made a declaration in your favour, I might with safety venture on such a request with a person of his temper; and I was willing, as well for your sake as for my own, to prevent the least possibility of a suspicion.
I have told you too much already for you to forgive me now.