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It is a likely matter that - bonied - words - and - nursery-expostulations-will-operateon - those - who- have - a - thousand - times - wrung - the - fibres of-a - mother's - heart - and - set at - nought - her - tears - of - anguish, - trampled - under - foot all - the - sanctities - of - home,and-slept-sound,-and - laughed,and - sung - and - drunk, - spite of - the - haunting - spectacle - of the - comprehensive - ruin - they bave - spread - around - them.

It never struck you to-think-what-my- sensations were - when - I- landed - on-thegrass and - discovered - that you - were - no - longer - on - myback.

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is just what - I-was - afraid - of. contented himself with talking over what - he - had - done - and where - be - bad - been. is always the way with you foolish fellows who think you can - fathom - and - investigate everything. told how - he-had- lingered - bythe - edge-of-the-pond - in-thevain - hope - of - his - approach ;how - be - had - hopped - about in - the - grass;- how - be - had peeped - among - the - bulrushes.

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