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beggar believe better Bond brother CHARACTERS child Clev Cleverly coat comes course dare say dear Doubt Enter expected eyes fears feel fortune FRANK Franklyn Fred give going gone half hand Hart hate head hear heard heart heiress hold hour hurry Jemima Jeremiah Brown Jones keep kind knew Lady late leave look lovers marry Mary matter mean meet mind minute Miss CLEAVE Miss Grey Miss John morning Mowbray never Niece night once Pepper police poor Poor Bessy poor dear Prattle proverb reading rich Ruffle seemed Selby shame SILENT Sir Frederick Smith stand suppose sure talk tell thing thought thousand told tongue Trench true trust truth turn UNCLE vulgar wait wealth Wife wish wonder worse Worthy wrong Wyvill young
Page 64 - one half of the world does not know how the other half lives.
Page 90 - There is a tide in the affairs of men, Which, taken at its flood, leads on to fortune...
Page 18 - I put him into an out-house; and finding the symptoms he showed too clear to leave me any reason to doubt his madness, shot him, before he did any harm, through a little hole in the door, which I cut with my garden axe. The old rhyme says — A wife, a spaniel, and a walnut-tree, The more you beat them, the better they be.
Page 22 - He's tall and he's straight as the poplar tree, His cheeks are as fresh as the rose ; He looks like a squire of high degree When drest in his Sunday clothes.
Page 87 - What, John, not gone yet ? I thought you were to meet the Commissioners at twelve ? " To which, by some instinct of memory, I replied without thinking, " Yes. But it has not struck yet." JOAN : " But you know it's half an hour's walk to the Guildhall. " DAUPHIN :