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Page 13 - His face, which was almost as dark as an Indian's when in perfect repose, was now inflamed with passion and almost purple.
Page 110 - Then, for heaven's sake, say what you have to say and be done with it,
Page 99 - Then he picked her up and carried her into the next room and laid her on the bed.
Page 141 - Bring out the minister ; we will have the minister." Two or three of the ringleaders, brought into the house, and ready to swallow the ground with rage, were turned from lions into lambs after a few words with Wesley, who then went out to address the mob. Standing up on a chair, he asked : " What do you want with me? " "We want you to go with us to the Justice.
Page 32 - There was a bend in the road about a quarter of a mile ahead of us, and...
Page 172 - I am not myself to-day. Duty has been poisoned for me, and I shall be wretched until this war is over.
Page 58 - weet-a-litile, sweet, sweet, sweet! Fum de crown er her head ter de soles er her feet — Feet-a-little, feet-a-little, feet, feet, feet!
Page 178 - Nor was there a shirker among the men — and all because the leader was Forrest. Nothing but death would have prevented us from responding to his summons.