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Page 43 - If there is one thing I hate more than another, it is such a sneaking varlet as that Dwining !" " Have a care he does not hear you say so,
Page 124 - I believe this man is a first-rate chap,' thought Stanley. He liked the look of him sitting up there in his neat brown coat and brown bowler. He liked the way Pat had tucked him in, and he liked his eyes. There was nothing servile about him — and if there was one thing he hated more than another it was servility. And he looked as if he was pleased with his job — happy and contented already. The grey mare went very well; Burnell was impatient to be out of the town.
Page 205 - ... other, and should not do so now. I have learned from Rose the cause you have had for sorrow, and for two years have suffered you to try your own method of cure, without attempting to interfere with you, but I now see that the experiment has failed, and, that you are miserable, — is it not so P " Lewis bowed his head in token of assent, he could not trust himself to speak. " We are not placed in this world to be miserable...
Page 128 - My new master was one of the richest and most influential men in the county. He was very good to the miners, and amongst other benefits, he gave us time and opportunity to study music.
Page 246 - ... listen to another man — a man not worthy to black your boots? Oh, it's so wonderful, so noble! It's like something in a picture play. Paul, I offer myself to you. Will you take me in spite of my millions? PAUL (falling on his knees and kissing the hem of AMY'S skirt).
Page 258 - People would all say she married him for his money, but it was not true, — it was not true — it was not true.