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Page 147 - Man's chief end is to glorify gold and to enjoy it for ever.
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Page 5 - Emily, who •was sitting at the other end of the room, reading a novel in a low voice to Gertrude. " No one you know, dear," he said hurriedly, putting his papers away and rising to leave the room.