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Page 365 - I regret what I did. [...] I am ashamed, but what would you have done if you had been in my place ? Either you took part in the massacre or else you were massacred yourself.
Page 391 - She waited for him to speak, and when he did not, she looked at him. He was still very angry with her. Her heart wavered between fear and anger. "Well, good night, Francis,
Page 346 - Will ye kindly," sez Manis, sez he, in an offhand sort of way to the Mayor, "will yer Mayorship kindly pick up that coin and tell me how much it is?" The Mayor picked it up, and he looked at it, and he turned it over and looked at the other side, and then jingled it on the ground, and next bit it with his teeth. "Well, by all that's infarnal," sez he, "but it's a good shining goold half-sovereign," sez he, "with the King's head on it.
Page 84 - She did not wait for him to answer, but went on as if she were taking the words directly from his mouth. "Of course you are not,