Marjorie Fleming

1803 - 1811

A Quote by Marjorie Fleming

Today I pronounced a word which should never come out of a lady's lips it was that I called John a Impudent Bitch.

Marjorie Fleming (1803 - 1811)

Source: Journal, p. 51

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A Quote by Marjorie Fleming on nature

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The most devilish thing is 8 times 8 and 7 times 7 it is what nature itselfe cant endure.

Marjorie Fleming (1803 - 1811)

Source: Journal, p. 47

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A Quote by Marjorie Fleming on death and parenthood

A direful death indeed they had That would put any parent mad But she was more than usual calm She did not give a singel dam.

Marjorie Fleming (1803 - 1811)

Source: Journal, p. 29

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A Quote by Marjorie Fleming

An annibabtist is a thing I am not a member of.

Marjorie Fleming (1803 - 1811)

Source: Journal, p. 99

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A Quote by Marjorie Fleming on good, life, and obedience

I am going to turn over a new life and am going to be a very good girl and be obedient to Isa Keith, here there is plenty of gooseberries which makes my teeth watter.

Marjorie Fleming (1803 - 1811)

Source: Journal, p. 76

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A Quote by Marjorie Fleming on character, hope, and religion

I hope I will be religious again but as for regaining my character I despare.

Marjorie Fleming (1803 - 1811)

Source: Journal, p. 80

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A Quote by Marjorie Fleming on good and kindness

My dear Isa, I now sit down on my botom to answer all your kind and beloved letters which you was so good as to write to me.

Marjorie Fleming (1803 - 1811)

Source: Letters. To Isabella

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A Quote by Marjorie Fleming

O lovely O most charming pug Thy gracefull air and heavenly mug. . . . His noses cast is of the roman He is a very pretty weoman I could not get a rhyme for roman And was obliged to call it weoman.

Marjorie Fleming (1803 - 1811)

Source: Poems, A Sonnet by Marjorie Fleming, age 7.

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A Quote by Marjorie Fleming on sentimentality

Sentiment is what I am not acquainted with.

Marjorie Fleming (1803 - 1811)

Source: Journal, p. 99

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