The Spiritualists and the Detectives

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Dillingham, 1896 - Detectives - 354 pages
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Page 27 - Of all sad words of tongue or pen. The saddest are these, ' It might have been.'" Both stanzas are deeply freighted with thought beyond what is expressed Those extracts, whether in prose or poetry, that are destined to go down to coming generations, are so laden with ideas and suggestions that in listening or reading, the scenes they suggest seem to move before...
Page 107 - ... locked the door, and put the key in his pocket. He then proceeded to summon a new Parliament, which was called " Barebones
Page xi - I have igainst the good there is in any other ism ; but my experience with these people, which has been large, has invariably been against their honesty or social purity.
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Page 116 - ... who knew a good thing when they saw it, and who were both able and willing to carry their bank accounts into their aged knight errantry.
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