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" The character of the rocks changed, and he studied them as he went down, and continually made notes. After a time the polished rocky sides of the shaft grew to be of a solemn sameness. Clewe ceased to take notes. He lighted a cigar and smoked. He tried... "
The Novels and Stories of Frank R. Stockton: The great stone of Sardis. The ... - Page 151
by Frank Richard Stockton - 1900
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The Literary World: Sixth-[eighth] reader

John Calvin Metcalf - Readers - 1919
...decrease. The character of the rocks changed, and he studied them as he went down, continually making notes. After a time the polished rocky sides of the...notes ; he lighted a cigar and smoked. He tried to imagine what he would come to when he reached the bottom ; it would be some sort of a cave, he thought,...
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