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" ... apartment which he had ventured so treacherously to invade. The fumes of the wine he had imbibed at the banquet, had been so thoroughly resuscitated by the oppressive atmosphere of the subterranean retreat he had just quitted, as to have left him... "
Antonina; or, The fall of Rome - Page 120
by William Wilkie Collins - 1861 - 420 pages
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Florence Sackville: Or Self-dependence. An Autobiography

E. J. Burbury - 1852 - 184 pages
...he had just quitted, as to have left him nothing of his more refined nature. All that was honorable or intellectual in his character had now completely...base and animal. He looked round, and perceiving that Ulpins had silently quitted him, aoftly closed the door. Then advancing to the bedside with the utmost...
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Antonina, Or The Fall of Rome: A Romance of the Fifth Century

1865
...he had just quitted, as to have left him nothing of his more refined nature. All that was honorable or intellectual in his character had now completely...base and animal. He looked round, and perceiving that Uhiius had silently quitted him. softly closed the door. Then advancing to the bedside with the utmost...
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The Temperance Bible-commentary: Giving at One View, Version, Criticism, and ...

Frederic Richard Lees, Dawson Burns - Bible - 1868 - 456 pages
...hast no other name to be known by, I will call thee — Devil."— SHAKSPERE. " The fumes of the Wine left him nothing of his more refined nature. All that...completely ceded to all that was base and animal" — WILKIE COLLINS, ' Antonina,' 1851. "Alcohol is a disturber of the system, and cannot be regarded...
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The Temperance Bible-commentary: Giving at One View, Version, Criticism, and ...

Frederic Richard Lees, Dawson Burns - Bible - 1868 - 456 pages
...be known by, I will call thee — Devil. — SHAKSPERE. " The fumes of the Wine left him nothing o/ his more refined nature. All that was honourable or...completely ceded to all that was base and animal." — WILKIE COLLINS, ' Antonina,' 1851. ^ '^icohfil is a disturber of the system, and cannot be regarded...
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The Temperance Bible-commentary: Giving at One View, Version, Criticism, and ...

Frederic Richard Lees, Dawson Burns - Bible - 1870 - 469 pages
...hee—Devil."—SHAKESPEARE. "The fumes of the Wine left him nothing of his more refined nature. All that was honorable or intellectual in his character had now completely ceded to all that was base and animal."—WILKIE COLLINS, ' Antonina, ,1051. "The influence of alcohol upon the nervous system, and...
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Antonina: Or, The Fall of Rome

Wilkie Collins - Goths - 1896 - 172 pages
...in the bosom of the boldest libertine ere he deliberately proceeded to intrude on the tinprotected slumbers of its occupant. No such feeling of indecision,...was half concealed, and earnestly surveyed by its li^ht the figure of the sleeping girl. The head of Antonina was thrown back a*d rested rather over...
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Antonina, Or Fall of Rome

Wilkie Collins - Goths - 1898 - 438 pages
...he had just quitted, as to have left him nothing of his more refmed nature. All that was honorable or intellectual in his character had now completely ceded to all that was base and animal. lle looked round, and perceiving that Ulpius had silently quitted him, softly closed the door. Then,...
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