Herdegen

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  • My uncle himself led the way, and Herdegen helped him do the honors. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v5
  • Herdegen asked me whether now he had made all right, and whether I would be the same old Margery again? Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v5
  • We were with Herdegen again or ever it was morning. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v6
  • And she desired that I would take them all and send them back to Herdegen at some fitting time. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v3
  • Herdegen's departing marks my life's way with another mile-stone. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v6
  • Herdegen had given me her letters to read, and how true and deep a love, how lofty and pure a soul spoke in those lines! Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v8
  • Herdegen had come before Master Peter, and the first question therefor was as to how matters stood with him. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v4
  • Well, by that evening when Uncle Christian thus pledged my brother, Herdegen was quite himself again in mind and body. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v2
  • Ann and Herdegen had met again, and once for all. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v8
  • Herdegen, who had turned pale, struggled to command himself. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v6
  • Herdegen's eyes rested on the twain with some little wrath; then he hastily got up! Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v1
  • In the matter of my lord Herdegen's ransom there are many obstacles. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v7
  • But even on the threshold Herdegen saw through their purpose, and had no sooner shut the door than he drew his hunting knife. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v2
  • Find me a place, Herdegen, where I may speak with you and Ann Spiesz alone. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v6
  • I felt a chill down my back, and was about to rise and leave, but she held me back and once more spoke of Herdegen and that matter. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v4
  • Yet was my brother Herdegen still absent, albeit we had looked for him at Whitsuntide. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v4
  • His father's sudden death had taken him home from college sooner than Herdegen, and he was now in mourning weed. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v2
  • The same honor was promised to Herdegen -- honor on honor, pleasure on pleasure, bravery and display! Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v5
  • But Ann cut me short, and bade me sharply to mind my promise, and never speak of Herdegen again. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v3
  • Also Herdegen had bid him think of twice the twelve apostles, and of the twenty-four hours from midnight till midnight again. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v7
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