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" to the entrance of the cave. At the top, the squire met us. To me he was cordial and kind, saying nothing of my escapade, either in the way of blame or praise. At Silver's polite salute he somewhat flushed. "John Silver," he said, "you're a prodigious... "
Treasure Island - Page 277
by Robert Louis Stevenson - 1884 - 286 pages
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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
...gig to the Hiffraniola, where he was to pass the night on guard. A gentle slope ran up from the beach to the entrance of the cave. At the top, the squire...Silver's polite salute he somewhat flushed. "John Silver,"he said, "you're a prodigious villain and impostor — a monstrous impostor, sir. I am told...
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Treasure island. Illustr. ed

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1885 - 292 pages
...gig to the Hispaniola, where he was to pass the night on guard. A gentle slope ran up from the beach to the entrance of the cave. At the top, the squire...Silver," he said, " you're a prodigious villain and impostor—a monstrous impostor, sir. I am told I am not to prosecute you. Well, then, I will not....
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson: Treasure Island

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson, William Ernest Henley - 1911
...gig to the HiSpaniola, where he was to pass the night on guard. A gentle slope ran up from the beach to the entrance of the cave. At the top, the squire...Silver," he said, " you're a prodigious villain and impostor — a monstrous impostor, sir. I am told I TREASURE ISLAND am not to prosecute you. Well,...
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The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 2

Robert Louis Stevenson, Edmund Gosse, Leslie Stephen - 1906
...gig to the Hispaniola, where he was to pass the night on guard. A gentle slope ran up from the beach to the entrance of the cave. At the top, the squire...Silver," he said, " you're a prodigious villain and impostor—a monstrous impostor, sir. I am told I am not to prosecute you. Well, then, I will not....
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Treasure Island: Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1906 - 457 pages
...where he was to pass the night on guard. A gentle slope ran up from the beach to the entrance •>f the cave. At the top, the squire met us. To me he...Silver," he said, " you're a prodigious villain and impostor — a monstrous impostor, sir. I am told I am not to prosecute you. Well, then, I will not....
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Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island

Robert Louis Stevenson - Pirates - 1910 - 255 pages
...gig to the Hispaniola, where he was to pass the night on guard. A gentle slope ran up from the beach to the entrance of the cave. At the top, the squire...Silver," he said, "you're a prodigious villain and impostor—a monstrous impostor, sir. I am told I am not to prosecute you. Well, then, I will not....
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Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island

Robert Louis Stevenson - Pirates - 1910 - 255 pages
...gig to the Hispaniola, where he was to pass the night on guard. A gentle slope ran up from the beach to the entrance of the cave. At the top, the squire...Silver," he said, "you're a prodigious villain and impostor—a monstrous impostor, sir. I am told I am not to prosecute you. Well, then, I will not....
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Junior High School Literature ...

William Harris Elson, Christine M. Keck - English literature - 1922
...was to pass the night on guard. A gentle slope ran up from the beach to the entrance of the cave. 40 At the top, the squire met us. To me he was cordial...Silver," he said, "you're a prodigious villain and impostor—a monstrous impostor, sir. I am told I am not to prosecute you. Well, then, not. But the...
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Literature and Life, Book 1

William Harris Elson, Christine M. Keck, Robert Cecil Pooley, Dudley Howe Miles - American literature - 1922
...was to pass the night on guard. A gentle slope ran up from the beach to the entrance of the cave. 40 At the top, the squire met us. To me he was cordial...Silver," he said, "you're a prodigious villain and impostor—a monstrous impostor, sir. I am told I am not to prosecute you. Well, then, I will not....
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The Biographical Edition of the Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 1

Robert Louis Stevenson - Scottish literature - 1908
...gig to the Hispaniola, where he was to pass the night on guard. A gentle slope ran up from the beach to the entrance of the cave. At the top, the squire...salute he somewhat flushed. " John Silver," he said, " you 're a prodigious villain and impostor — a monstrous impostor, sir. I am told I am not to prosecute...
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