The trees rustled with low glad music, and the night air seemed full of mystic influences, blessings, happinesses.
Let me go and tell him you will consent—to all our happinesses.
He must deal with the happinesses of life and not only with its miseries; with its harmonies and not only its dislocations.
God bless you and send you all manner of comforts and happinesses.
I have never known a great happiness yet that was not built upon the wreckage of other happinesses.
It was one of the happinesses of her life, she said, to teach that school.
Perhaps it was wicked graspingness to count upon two happinesses when one had been granted to me.
If this imaginary, half-nothing time, be of the essence of our happinesses, how can they be thought durable?
Let me see—if a common little girl has one hundred happinesses a day, and a countess only—only five—how many has the Queen?
As for the songs—they are not only among the joys of life, but they bring with them many other happinesses.