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" If you please, sir, I am very fond of flowers," returned the girl. " And is that why you would put tables and chairs upon them, and have people walking over them with heavy boots ?" "It wouldn't hurt them, sir. They wouldn't crush and wither if you please,... "
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 1

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1865
...them, and have people walking over them with heavy boots ? ' "' It wouldn't hurt them, sir. They would be the pictures of what was very pretty and pleasant,...mustn't fancy ! ' cried the gentleman, quite elated by her coming so happily to his point. ' That's it. You are never to fancy.' " ' You are not, Cecilia...
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Hard times, for these times

Charles Dickens - 1854
...boots ?" " It wouldn't hurt them, sir. They wouldn't crush and wither if you please, sir. They would be the pictures of what was very pretty and pleasant,...And " Fact, fact, fact!" repeated Thomas Gradgrind. long, a board of fact, composed of commissioners of fact, who will force the people to be a people...
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Hard Times: A Novel

Charles Dickens - 1854 - 292 pages
...boots ?" " It wouldn't hurt them, sir. They wouldn't crush and wither, if you please, sir. They would be the pictures of what was very pretty and pleasant,...That's it ! You are never to fancy." " You are not, Mary Jupe," Thomas Gradgrind solemnly repeated, " to do any thing of that kind." " Fact, fact, fact...
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Barnaby Rudge: A Tale of the Riots of 'eighty, Volume 2

Charles Dickens - 1858
...boots ?" "It wouldn't hurt them, sir. They wouldn't crush and wither if you please, sir. They would be the pictures of what was very pretty and pleasant,...fact, fact ! " said the gentleman. And " Fact, fact, ct_!_^' repeated Thomas Gradgrind. " You are to be in all things regulated and governed," said the...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 1; Volume 64

1865
...I would fancy " " ' Ay, ay, ay ! but you mustn't fancy ! ' cried the gentleman, quite elated by her coming so happily to his point. 'That's it. You are never to fancy.' " ' You arc not, Cecilia Jupe,' Thomas Gradgrind solemnly repeated, ' to do anything of the kind.' " ' You...
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Barnaby Rudge, And, Hard Times: With Ten Illustrations

Charles Dickens - English fiction - 1868 - 559 pages
...boots ?" "It wouldn't hurt them, sir. They wouldn't crush and wither, if you please, sir. They would be the pictures of what was very pretty and pleasant,...solemnly repeated, "to do | anything of that kind." I "Fact, fact, fact!" said the gentleman. And "Fact, fact, fact!" repeated j Thomas Gradgrind. " You...
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

Charles Dickens - 1868
...boots ?" "It wouldn't hurt them, sir. They wouldn't crush and wither, if you please, sir. They would be the pictures of what was very pretty and pleasant,...mustn't fancy," cried the gentleman, quite elated Incoming so happily to his point. " That's it ! You are never to fancy." "You are not, Cecilia Jupe,"...
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Hard Times for These Times, Volume 1

Charles Dickens - 1870
...boots ? " "It wouldn't hurt them, sir. They wouldn't crush and wither, if you please, sir. They would be the pictures of what was very pretty and pleasant,...fancy." " You are not, Cecilia Jupe," Thomas Gradgrind solmnly repeated, " to do anything of that kind." " Fact, fact, fact! " said the gentleman. And " Fact...
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A Cyclopedia of the Best Thoughts of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens - 1873 - 564 pages
...boots ? " "It wouldn't hurt them, sir. They wouldn't crush and wither, if you please, sir. They would pen " Fact, fact, fact ! " said the gentleman.- And " Fact, fact, fact ! " repeated Thomas Gradgrind. "You...
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The Higher Life in Art: With a Chapter on Hobgoblins by the Great Masters

Sir Wyke Bayliss - Art - 1879 - 198 pages
...boots ?" " It would'nt hurt them, sir. They wouldn't crush and wither, if you please, sir. They would be the pictures of what was very pretty and pleasant,...his point. " That's it ; you are never to fancy." This is war along the whole line the Hobgoblins, not only against Beauty and Truth, but against...
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