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" ... and bring them from the obscure corners of the room into the one bright and narrow sunbeam that fell from the dungeonlike window. He valued the sunbeam for no other reason but that his treasure would not shine without its help. And then would he reckon... "
A wonder-book for girls & boys, including 'Tanglewood tales'. With illustrations - Page 48
by Nathaniel [two or more stories] Hawthorne - 1868
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A Wonder-book for Girls and Boys

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Mythology, Classical - 1869 - 256 pages
...peck-measure of gold dust, and bring them from the obscure corners of the room into the one bright and narrow sunbeam that fell from the dungeon-like...up the bar, and catch it as it came down; sift the gold dust through his fingers; look at the funny image of his own face, as reflected in the burnished...
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A Wonder-book: And Grandfather's Chair

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Mythology, Classical - 1876 - 514 pages
...peck-measure of gold dust, and bring them from the obscure corners of the room into the one bright and narrow sunbeam that fell from the dungeon-like...up the bar, and catch it as it came down ; sift the gold dust through his fingers ; look at the funny image of hia own face, as reflected in the burnished...
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Book of tales, being school readings, imaginative and emotional in prose and ...

William Swinton, George Rhett Cathcart - Readers - 1880 - 272 pages
...a peck-measure of golddust, and bring them from the obscure corners of the room into the one bright and narrow sunbeam that fell from the dungeon-like...that his treasure would not shine without its help. 6. And then would he reckon over the coins in the bag ; toss up the bar, and catch it as it came down...
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A Wonder-book for Girls and Boys

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Mythology, Classical - 1880 - 224 pages
...a peck-measure of golddust, and bring them from the obscure corners of the room into the one bright and narrow sunbeam that, fell from the dungeon-like...window. He valued the sunbeam for no other reason but tliat his treasure would not shine without its help. And then would he reckon over the coins in the...
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A Wonder-book for Girls and Boys

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Children's literature - 1883 - 203 pages
...peck-measure of gold-dust, and bring them from the obscure corners of the room into the one bright and narrow sunbeam that fell from the dungeon-like...coins in the bag , toss up the bar, and catch it as it same down ; sift the gold-dust through his fingers ; look at the funny image of his own face, as reflected...
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An Inductive Latin Primer

William Rainey Harper, Isaac Bronson Burgess - Latin language - 1891 - 424 pages
...grammatical construction of each word will be plain : — a. It was little better than a dungeon. />. And then would he reckon over the coins in the bag, toss up the bar, sift the gold-dust through his fingers, and look at the funny image of his face as reflected in the...
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Pitman's Journal of Commercial Education, Volume 52

Sir Isaac Pitman - 1893
...light for any other reason than that the gold would not shine without its help. Then he would count over the coins in the bag, toss up the bar, and catch it as it came down ; sift the precious dust through his lingers ; look at the funny image of bis own face, as he saw it in tbe bright...
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Inductive Studies in English Grammar

William Rainey Harper, Isaac Bronson Burgess - English language - 1894 - 96 pages
...grammatical construction of each word will be plain : — a. It was little better than a dungeon. b. And then would he reckon over the coins in the bag, toss up the bar. sift the gold-dust through his fingers, and look at the funny image of his face as reflected in the...
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The New McGuffey First [ -fifth] Reader, Book 4

William Holmes McGuffey - Readers - 1901
...peck measure of gold dust, and bring them from the obscure corners of the room into the one bright and narrow sunbeam that fell from the dungeonlike...up the bar, and catch it as it came down ; sift the gold dust through his fingers ; look at the funny image of his own face, as reflected in the 210 Midas...
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The New McGuffey Fourth Reader

William Holmes McGuffey - Readers - 1901 - 272 pages
...peck measure of gold dust, and bring them from the obscure corners of the room into the one bright and narrow sunbeam that fell from the dungeonlike...up the bar, and catch it as it came down ; sift the gold dust through his fingers ; look at the funny image of his own face, as reflected in the 210 Midas...
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