The Bar Sinister: A Tale, Tom 2

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Smith, Elder and Company, 1864
 

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Strona 220 - Ego sum resurrectio et vita ; qui credit in me, etiam si mortuus fuerit, vivet ; et omnis qui vivit et credit in me, non morietur in aeternum.
Strona 139 - ... they get up on winter nights and go off into cold places to pray to the Virgin Mary. The Virgin Mary is a hard mistress!" Mrs. Bread, dwelling on these terrible facts, sat dry-eyed and pale, with her hands clasped in her satin lap. Newman gave a melancholy groan and fell forward, leaning his head in his hands. There was a long silence, broken only by the ticking of the great gilded clock on the chimney-piece. "Where is this place — where is the convent?" Newman asked at last, looking up. "There...
Strona 221 - ... and as he killed them he moved ever forward. Hoel was in no way less brave. He was raging like a thunderbolt in another sector, encouraging his own men and bringing death to his enemies. He parried their attacks with the utmost courage, giving and receiving blows, but not drawing back for a second. It would be difficult to say which of these two was the braver.
Strona 276 - Trelane hurried away from the scene in extremest disgust, but it took him a long time to make his way through the crowd, and...
Strona 42 - Trelane looked back after getting clear of the town to see how his faithful follower was getting on, he was seized with such a fit of laughter that he was obliged to pull his own horse up abruptly, lest he should absolutely roll off his back.
Strona 163 - I have to request that you will favour me with the name of some friend of yours, with whom I may arrange the particulars of the meeting between yourself and the captain, which has now become inevitable.

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