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" Pacquette embroidered ; the old woman had the care of the linen. There was none, down to Brother Giroflee, but did some service; he was a very good carpenter, and became an honest man. Pangloss used now and then to say to Candide, "There is a concatenation... "
Candide
by Voltaire - 2004 - 100 pages
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The International library of famous literature: selections from ..., Volume 9

Léon Vallée - Literary Collections - 1899 - 9822 pages
...them a plentiful crop. Cunegund indeed was very ugly, but she became an excellent hand at pastry work, Pacquette embroidered, the old woman had the care...been kicked out of a fine castle for the love of Miss Cunegund, had you not been put into the Inquisition, had you not traveled over America on foot, had...
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The universal anthology: a collection of the best literature ..., Volume 17

Richard Garnett, Leon Vallée, Alois Brandl - History - 1899
...Pacquette embroidered, the old woman had the care of the linen. There was none, down to Brother Girofle*, but did some service. He was a very good carpenter,...been kicked out of a fine castle for the love of Miss Cunegund, had you not been put into the Inquisition, had you not traveled over America on foot, had...
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The Works of Voltaire: A Contemporary Version, Volume 1, Part 1

Voltaire - 1901
...to exert their different talents. The little piece of ground yielded them a plentiful crop. Cunegund indeed was very ugly, but she became an excellent...been kicked out of a fine castle for the love of Miss Cunegund ; had you not been put into the Inquisition ; had you not travelled over America on foot;...
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Masterpieces of the Masters of Fiction

William Dudley Foulke - Fiction - 1912 - 269 pages
...great evils, idleness, vice, and want. The; moral is thus expressed in the concluding sentences: " ' There is a concatenation of all events in the best...been kicked out of a fine castle for the love of Miss Cunegund, had you not been put into the Inquisition, had you not traveled over America on foot, had...
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The Rose Man of Sing Sing: A True Tale of Life, Murder, and Redemption in ...

James McGrath Morris - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 437 pages
...Journalism: The Fourth Estate Beh1nd Bars. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 1998. THIS ONE IS FOR YOU, PATTY. "There is a concatenation of all events in the best...been kicked out of a fine castle for the love of Miss Cunegund; had you not been put into the Inquisition; had you not traveled over America on foot; had...
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THE UNIVERSAL ANTHOLOGY

RICHARD GARNETT - 1899
...them a plentiful crop. Cunegund indeed was very ugly, but she became an excellent hand at pastry work, Pacquette embroidered, the old woman had the care...been kicked out of a fine castle for the love of Miss Cunegund, had you not been put into the Inquisition, had you not traveled over America on foot, had...
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