Herdegen

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  • 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
  • And this came to Herdegen's ears, and I could see that it uplifted his spirit and confirmed him in good purpose. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v2
  • And this came to Herdegen's ears, and I could see that it uplifted his spirit and confirmed him in good purpose. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v2
  • At the first favorable chance I drew Herdegen apart. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v2
  • He and his worthy wife had known Herdegen of old, and I was cut to the heart to see how the sight of him grieved them both. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v8
  • My Ann was the queen of them all, and her nightingale's throat drew even Herdegen to her with great power. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v1
  • My Herdegen profited much thereby, and he was the foremost of all the singing scholars. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v1
  • It was old Berthold, my uncle's body-servant who told me all this; Herdegen when he came home answered none of my questions. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v3
  • Not a week passed after Herdegen's departing but a letter by his own hand came to Ann, and all full of faithful love. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v6
  • Not a week passed after Herdegen's departing but a letter by his own hand came to Ann, and all full of faithful love. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v6
  • Herdegen, also, so soon as he had bid good night to Ursula, led me aside and desired to know what had come upon Ann. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v4
  • These were my brother Herdegen and Ursula Tetzel; and throughout my young days she was the one soul whom mine altogether shut out. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v1
  • In spite of all, Herdegen was in such deep grief at departing that I put away all doubts and fears. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v3
  • The Diet was well-nigh over, yet had we not been able to gain aught in Herdegen's favor. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v5
  • The Diet was well-nigh over, yet had we not been able to gain aught in Herdegen's favor. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v5
  • My great gladness as it were warmed her likewise, and we were looking for Herdegen's speedy home-coming. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v4
  • My great gladness as it were warmed her likewise, and we were looking for Herdegen's speedy home-coming. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v4
  • Sad to tell, those first letters from Herdegen, all dipped in sunshine, were followed by others which could but fill us with fears. Cited from Margery, by Georg Ebers, v6
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