The Conscience of Dr. Holt

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J. Long, 1908 - 318 pages

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Page 225 - ... ought to be exercised with tenderness and consideration. We should not even object to the full admission of the claims above-stated, were we not convinced that they would give rise to investigations so complicated, and distinctions so invidious, as would wholly baffle the measure intended. If, then, it is to be done at all, it must be done at once, at least it must be done without any respect or distinction of persons.
Page 47 - And even while she spoke there issued from a by-lane into the road immediately before them, a handsome red-faced old gentleman, well and gayly dressed, but with his hands clasped behind him, and his eyes fixed upon the ground.
Page 113 - Robert stepped down from the dais, on which the table stood, and began to pace the long dining-room.

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