Annie Dorman described as sensitive and sometimes gloomy

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Annie Dorman described as sensitive and sometimes gloomy - last of which was alone fatal. And in addition...
last of which was alone fatal. And in addition to all this, those who knew her best tell of a life at times filled with gloomy periods and complainings, of remarks which would, too, lead to the supposition that all was not right with her affairs of t,he heart, that he who was generally known as her accepted lover had, a short time before and up to the day of the trogedy, been neglectful. Annie's Sensitive Nature. Yesterday brought out this new fact: That Annie was an extremely sensitive girl; that the slightest reproach or Intimation of cor rection grated harshly on her cheerful nature and that often, for several days at a time, she would seem gloomy over what she had considered as a scolding from some one about the farm. This from those who knew her best.

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  1. The Times,
  2. 09 Sep 1897, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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