young girl


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asked a young girl of Mademoiselle Matilde Roguin, the lively oracle of the banking group.
It was many years since he had heard a young girl talk so much.
I beheld for the first time this shy young girl with her sincere nature, her habits of ready obedience.
Ah," exclaimed the young girl, blushing with delight, and fairly leaping in excess of love, "you see he has not forgotten me, for here he is
Louise disappeared rapidly among the trees; and then, as the king, who had been on his knees before the young girl, was rising from his humble posture, Colbert exclaimed, "Ah
the young girl asked, indicating a superb Italian portrait of a lady.
Well," said he to the young girl, "are you willing, my dear Kitty, that I should give you a proof of that love which you doubt?
The woman kneels on a prie-dieu of painted wood and at a short distance from her stands the young girl, leaning against a chair, weeping.
The old woman hid me behind a large cask, and scarcely had she done this when the robbers returned home, dragging a young girl along with them.
Tarlatan and tulle were cheap at Nice, so she enveloped herself in them on such occasions, and following the sensible English fashion of simple dress for young girls, got up charming little toilettes with fresh flowers, a few trinkets, and all manner of dainty devices, which were both inexpensive and effective.
This admonition neither made the young girl called Montalais cease to laugh and gesticulate.
What was his surprise to see reflected in the mirror, not his own face, but that of a young girl as lovely as the morning