Walter's Word: A Novel, Volume 2

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Tinsley, 1875
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Page 240 - We rustled through the leaves like wind, Left shrubs, and trees, and wolves behind; By night I heard them on the track, Their troop came hard upon our back, With their long gallop, which can tire The hound's deep hate, and hunter's fire...
Page 105 - When thou sittest to eat with a ruler, consider diligently what is before thee: and put a knife to thy throat, if thou be a man given to appetite.
Page 185 - ... exertions of the small farmers were more excited when they were working for themselves. In co-operation individual indifference made but a small difference in the amount they received from their labour. If co-operation succeeded to gratify the feelings of the little farmer he would readily fall in, if it could be shown that it was to his advantage to do so. He [Weston] had heard many stand up for the advantages of small farming, but he did not believe in them. He felt certain the resolutions...

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