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" ... that if you keep on drinking rum, the world will soon be quit of a very dirty scoundrel!" The old fellow's fury was awful. He sprang to his feet, drew and opened a sailor's clasp-knife, and, balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to... "
Treasure Island - Page 9
by Robert Louis Stevenson - 2004
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson ...

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson, William Ernest Henley - 1804
...clasp-knife, and, balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to pin the doctor to the wall. The doctor never so much as moved. He spoke to him,...upon my honour, you shall hang at the next assizes." 9 Then followed a battle of looks between them ; but the captain soon knuckled under, put up his weapon,...
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Treasure Island

Robert Louis Stevenson - Treasure Island (Imaginary place) - 1905 - 290 pages
...clasp-knife, and, balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to pin the doctor to the wall. The doctor never so much as moved. He spoke to him,...the same tone of voice ; rather high, so that all in the room might hear, but perfectly calm and steady : " If you do not put that knife this instant...
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Treasure Island: Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1906 - 457 pages
...clasp-knife, and, balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to pin the doctor to the wall. The doctor never so much as moved. He spoke to him,...in the same tone of voice; rather high, so that all in the room might hear, but perfectly calm and steady: " If you do not put that knife this instant...
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Treasure Island and Kidnapped

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1907 - 378 pages
...clasp-knife, and, balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to pin the doctor to the wall. The doctor never so much as moved. He spoke to him,,...pocket, I promise, upon my honour, you shall hang at next assizes." Then followed a battle of looks between them ; but the captain soon knuckled under,...
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Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island

Robert Louis Stevenson - Pirates - 1910 - 255 pages
...clasp-knife, and, balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to pin the doctor to the wall. The doctor never so much as moved. He spoke to him,...in the same tone of voice; rather high, so that all in the room might hear, but perfectly calm and steady: "If you do not put that knife this instant...
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Stevenson's Treasure Island, Volume 1911

Robert Louis Stevenson - English Fiction - 1911 - 258 pages
...clasp-knife, and, balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to pin the 10 doctor to the wall. The doctor never so much as moved. He spoke to him,...the same tone of voice ; rather high, so that all in the room might hear, but perfectly calm and steady: IS " If you do not put that knife this instant...
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La Isla Del Tesoro

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1916 - 313 pages
...clasp-knife, and balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to pin the doctor to the wall. The doctor never so much as moved. He spoke to him,...steady: "If you do not put that knife this instant into your pocket, I promise, upon my honor, you shall hang at the next assizes." Then followed a battle...
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Literature and Life, Book 1

Dudley Howe Miles - American literature - 1922
...clasp-knife, and, balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to pin the doctor to the wall. The doctor never so much as moved. He spoke to him,...in the same tone of voice; rather high, so that all in the room might hear, but perfectly calm and steady: "If you do not put that knife this instant...
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Junior High School Literature ...

William Harris Elson, Christine M. Keck - English literature - 1922
...and in the same tone of voice; rather high, so that all in the room might hear, but perfectly calm no and steady: "If you do not put that knife this instant in your pocket, I promise, upon my honor, you shall hang at next assizes." Then followed a battle of looks between them; but the captain...
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Exploring Proverbs: An Expository Commentary, Volume 2

John Phillips - Religion - 2002 - 640 pages
...clasp-knife, and, balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to pin the doctor to the wall. The doctor never so much as moved. He spoke to him,...in the same tone of voice; rather high, so that all in the room might hear, but perfectly calm and steady: "If you do not put that knife this instant...
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