And you never kiss any one but Fanny—you have no other little girl?
Fanny betrayed in her face the Italian origin of her father.
For her sake—for your Fanny's sake—pause, like me, before the gulf swallow us.
Fanny had found another; she said nothing to Sarah or to Simon.
He turned round and saw before him the wistful face of Fanny!
Fanny leant behind him, and apart from all, against one of the pews.
And Fanny, as she wept, learned that he was no more another's!
But "Dear Fanny" seemed so very different when it was written.
We have been too long absent from Fanny; it is time to return to her.
As he approached the house, he saw Fanny's bright eyes at the window.