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Page 402 - JESUS CHRIST, be merciful to my sins through my reception of Thy Body and Thy Blood. For Thou hast said , Whoso eateth My Flesh and drinketh My Blood dwelleth in Me, and I in him. Wherefore I humbly pray Thee to make me a clean heart and to renew a right spirit within me...
Page 368 - "What do you mean to do ? If you can't be satisfied to keep quiet, and patronize me with the rest of your swell friends, I should almost suggest your leaving town, instead of me.
Page 273 - She took one of his hands and held it in both of hers. ' I want you to be Esther for the time being. I want you to judge me as Esther would judge me if she were here.
Page 320 - There was only one other occupant of the carriage — an old gentleman, who was sound asleep and snoring loudly.
Page 143 - I was in such a hurry to get back that I didn't wait for it.
Page 188 - Priscilla stood ; only now she put out a slim hand and steadied herself by holding on to the back of a chair. ' It was a great delight to come to you...