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But thou mayst grant this humble prayer,
Forget me not! forget me not!
I missed you terribly when I was ill. I have no female friend and neighbour; and men are not the thing on such occasions.
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What counts is what you do with your money, not where it came from.
November 12, 1769
December 2, 1853
Amelia Opie, née Alderson, was an English author who published numerous novels in the Romantic Period of the early 19th century, through 1828. Opie was also a leading abolitionist in Norwich, England.
The father and daughter (1801)
The Warrior's Return And Other Poems (1808)
Detraction displayed (1828)
Simple tales (1806)
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