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Oakshaw, Or the Victims of Avarice: A Tale of Intrigue (Classic Reprint)
William Turner Coggeshall
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afternoon ain't answered Clarence boat brother called carriage Clar Clarence and Emma Clarence Weldon Clarence's coachman confidence cried Tudor daughter deck door drowned Emma Lynch Emma's exclaimed eyes Farmer Shaw father fear fell felt followed gave gentleman girl give Griffin Lynch hand hastened Hastie hear heard heart Henry horse hour housekeeper Indian woman inquired John knew lady leave live looked lost boy Lynch mansion Madame Lynch meet mind morning morrow mother Nancy Nancy Lynch never night Oakshaw orchard orphan Owen Crafts papers playmate pleasant replied returned Clarence river rushed sailor Sally Shaw's ship sight soon spoke sprang Squire stood talk tell there's thought threw to-morrow told took trees Tudor Lynch Turk turned tutor walked watched wigwam wish words young youth
Page 122 - Our doubts are traitors, And make us lose the good we might win By fearing to attempt. Who can have lived in a revolution, and not be sensible of the truth of...
Page 80 - ... took hold of a corner of the linen, and, turning to a faithful English mastiff who always accompanied him, said to the animal, in a kind of absence of mind, " There, my poor old friend ! you see how these scoundrels enjoy themselves, and yet how we are treated ! " The poor dog looked up in his master's face, and wagged his tail, as if he understood him.