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Page 152 - I want to thank you for what you have done for me and for the public in your long service.
Page 32 - ... alarmed lest I should laugh at you, for then others might laugh too, and I should not like that. Thirdly, I look merry because I have no care. Why should I, when my dear Charles is so kind and indulgent ? " " Well, but Julia, you might receive my attentions with a little more civility, and dance with me at least three or four times in the course of the evening, instead of which you always contrive to shuffle me off, and dance with some stupid dandy or other that makes my blood boil when I see...
Page 166 - I believe this is the first time I have had the honor of meeting him.
Page 41 - When people take to it, it is the simplest thing in the world. In the first place you need rabbits' hairs ; that is indispensable.
Page 31 - This time, in spite of all my efforts, it was impossible for me to get up. I couldn't even move; I could only sprawl flat on the ground. Thrown into blank dismay by . my helplessness, I had a definite idea that I was finished, that I felt the veritable chill of death creeping over me. Those were terrible moments, beyond the power of any pen to describe, moments of...
Page 70 - ... that. The only thing left for me to do is to appeal to your honor, your integrity. Go, young man, go ; put the world between us...
Page 112 - Do you suppose your conduct gives me none, and that if I did not love you with all my heart I should have the courage to tell you my opinions so frankly?