not part with

See: hold, possess
References in classic literature ?
But, I thank Heaven, I know, I feel--I feel my innocence, my friend; and I would not part with that feeling for the world.
Fanny gave a quick negative, and tried to hide her interest in the subject by an eager attention to her brother, who was driving as hard a bargain, and imposing on her as much as he could; but Crawford pursued with "No, no, you must not part with the queen.
You are not changeable in your tastes; when you make a purchase it is of the very best; and what you purchase you do not part with.