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" ... and the doctor, as if to hear the better, had taken off his powdered wig, and sat there, looking very strange indeed with his own close-cropped, black poll. At last Mr. Dance finished the story. "Mr. Dance," said the squire, "you are a very noble... "
Treasure Island - Page 47
by Robert Louis Stevenson - 1908 - 290 pages
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson ...

Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne, Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson, William Ernest Henley - 1804
...Dance," said the squire, "you are a very noble fellow. And as for riding down that black, atrocious miscreant, I regard it as an act of virtue, sir, like...you ring that bell ? Mr. Dance must have some ale." 43 " And so, Jim," said the doctor, "you have the thing that they were after, have you ? " " Here it...
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New Arabian Nights, Volume 2

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1894 - 329 pages
...Dance," said the squire, "you are a very noble fellow. And as for riding down that black, atrocious miscreant, I regard it as an act of virtue, sir, like...thing that they were after, have you ? " " Here it is,sir, " said I, and gave him the oilskin packet. The doctor looked it all over, as if his fingers...
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Treasure Island

Robert Louis Stevenson - Adventure stories, Scottish - 1905 - 290 pages
...Dance," said the squire, " you are a very noble fellow. And as for riding down that black, atrocious miscreant, I regard it as an act of virtue, sir, like...cockroach. This lad Hawkins is a trump, I perceive. Hawkius, will you ring that bell ? Mr. Dance must have some ale." • " And so, Jim," said the doctor,...
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Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island

Robert Louis Stevenson - Pirates - 1910 - 255 pages
...very strange indeed with his own close-cropped, black poll. At last Mr. Dance finished the story. kins is a trump, I perceive. Hawkins, will you ring that...oilskin packet. The doctor looked it all over, as if hi3 fingers were itching to open it; but, instead of doing that, he put it quietly in the pocket of...
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Stevenson's Treasure Island, Volume 1911

Robert Louis Stevenson - English Fiction - 1911 - 258 pages
...Dance," said the squire, " you are a very noble 25 fellow. And as for riding down that black, atrocious miscreant, I regard it as an act of virtue, sir, like...you ring that bell? Mr. Dance must have some ale." 30 "And so, Jim," said the doctor, "you have the thing that they were after, have you?" " Here it is,...
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Eighth Reader, the Introduction to Literature

Franklin Thomas Baker, Ashley Horace Thorndike - Readers - 1918 - 415 pages
...last Mr. Dance finished the story. "Mr. Dance," said the squire, "you are a very noble fellow. And this lad Hawkins is a trump, I perceive. Hawkins,...you ring that bell? Mr. Dance must have some ale." 5 "And so, Jim," said the doctor, "you have the thing that they were after, have you?" "Here it is,...
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Everyday Classics: Primer-eighth Reader, Book 8

Franklin Thomas Baker, Ashley Horace Thorndike, Fannie Wyche Dunn, Mildred Batchelder - Readers - 1918
...last Mr. Dance finished the story. "Mr. Dance," said the squire, "you are a very noble fellow. And this lad Hawkins is a trump, I perceive. Hawkins,...you ring that bell? Mr. Dance must have some ale." . 5 "And so, Jim," said the doctor, "you have the thing that they were after, have you?" "Here it is,...
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Literature and Life, Book 1

Dudley Howe Miles - American literature - 1922
...Dance," said the squire, "you are a very noble fellow. And as for riding down that black, atrocious miscreant, I regard it as an act of virtue, sir, like stamping on a cockroach. 102 TREASURE ISLAND This lad Hawkins is a trump, I perceive. Hawkins, will you ring that bell? Mr....
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The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 5

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1922
...Dance," said the squire, "you are a very noble fellow. And as for riding down that black, atrocious miscreant, I regard it as an act of virtue, sir, like...stamping on a cockroach. This lad Hawkins is a trump, I perceive.—Hawkins, will you ring that bell? Mr. Dance must have some ale." "And so, Jim," said the...
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The Definition of Literature and Other Essays

W. W. Robson - Literary Criticism - 1984 - 284 pages
...glad I trod on Master Pew's corns' and by Squire Trelawney's 'As for riding down that black, atrocious miscreant, I regard it as an act of virtue, sir, like stamping on a cockroach.' It seems doubtful, however, whether this exhausts the total significance of the Pew episode; we may...
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