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So saying he unbuckled

So saying he unbuckled

Just then her head struck against the roof of the hall: in fact she was now more than nine feet high, and she at once took up the little golden key and hurried off to the garden
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However, I have reason

However, I have reason

He made his passenger captain of one, with four of the men; and himself, his mate, and five more, went in the other; and they contrived their business very well, for they
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It was some time before

It was some time before

I have related the substance of several conversations I had with my master during the greatest part of the time I had the honour to be in his service; but have, indeed
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She was bouncing

She was bouncing

So saying he unbuckled his baldric with the bugle, took a feather from his cap, and gave them to Wamba; then drew a vizard from his pouch, and, repeating his charges to them
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In all revolutions of

In all revolutions of

As we passed, I remarked a beautiful church-spire rising above some old elms in the park; and before them, in the midst of a lawn, and some outhouses, an old red house
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Just then her head

Just then her head

Now the races of these two have been for some ages utterly extinct, and besides to discourse any further of them would not be at all to my purpose.
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With what mingled joy

With what mingled joy

She clutched the matron by the arm, and forcing her into a chair by the bedside, was about to speak, when looking round, she caught sight of the two old women
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She was bouncing away

She was bouncing away

For good, too; though, in consequence of my previous emotions, I was still occasionally seized with a stormy sob. After we had jogged on for some little time
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The word was

The word was

With what mingled joy and sorrow do I take up the pen to write to my dearest friend! Oh, what a change between to-day and yesterday! Now I am friendless and alone
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My mother was so much

My mother was so much

A hundred thousand grateful loves to your dear papa and mamma . Is your poor brother recovered of his rack - punch ? Oh, dear!Oh, dear!How men should beware of wicked
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She gave my mother

She gave my mother

Just then her head struck against the roof of the hall: in fact she was now more than nine feet high, and she at once took up the little golden key and hurried off to the garden
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A hundred thousand

A hundred thousand

He made his passenger captain of one, with four of the men; and himself, his mate, and five more, went in the other; and they contrived their business very well, for they
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So saying he unbuckled

So saying he unbuckled

I have related the substance of several conversations I had with my master during the greatest part of the time I had the honour to be in his service; but have, indeed
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However, I have reason

However, I have reason

So saying he unbuckled his baldric with the bugle, took a feather from his cap, and gave them to Wamba; then drew a vizard from his pouch, and, repeating his charges to them
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At first, for some time

At first, for some time

As we passed, I remarked a beautiful church-spire rising above some old elms in the park; and before them, in the midst of a lawn, and some outhouses, an old red house
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When the last 'natural'

When the last 'natural'

Now the races of these two have been for some ages utterly extinct, and besides to discourse any further of them would not be at all to my purpose.
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