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Page 275 - Jo closes his eyes, muttering, " I'm wery thankful." After watching him closely a little while, Allan puts his mouth very near his ear, and says to him in a low, distinct voice. " Jo ! Did you ever know a prayer ? "
Page 274 - I wos a-thinking on then, Mr. Sangsby, wos, that when I was moved on as fur as ever I could go and couldn't be moved no furder, whether you might be so good p'raps, as to write out, wery large so that any one could see it anywheres, as that I wos wery truly hearty sorry that I done it and that I never went fur to do it; and that though I didn't know nothink at all, I knowd as Mr. Woodcot once cried over it and wos allus grieved over it, and that I hoped as he'd be able to forgive me in his mind....
Page 277 - It is coming fast, Jo." Fast. The cart is shaken all to pieces, and the rugged road is very near its end. " Jo, my poor fellow ! " " I hear you, sir, in the dark, but I'm a-gropin — a-gropin — let me catch hold of your hand.
Page 130 - The one great principle of the English law is to make business for itself. There is no other principle distinctly, certainly, and consistently maintained through all its narrow turnings. Viewed by this light it becomes a coherent scheme and not the monstrous maze the laity are apt to think it. Let them but once clearly perceive that its grand principle is to make business for itself at their expense, and surely they will cease to grumble.
Page 277 - " I'll say anything as you say, sir, for I knows it's good." " Our Father." " Our Father ! — yes, that's wery good, sir."
Page 253 - ... wrenched into eccentric and perverse forms, as separate parts of machinery ; mountains of it broken up, and rusty in its age ; distant furnaces of it glowing and bubbling in its youth ; bright fireworks of it showering about, under the blows of the steam hammer ; red-hot iron, white-hot iron, cold-black iron ; an iron taste, an iron smell, and a Babel of iron sounds.
Page 210 - Hope, Joy, Youth, Peace, Rest, Life, Dust, Ashes, Waste, Want, Ruin, Despair, Madness, Death, Cunning, Folly, Words, Wigs, Rags, Sheepskin, Plunder, Precedent, Jargon, Gammon, and Spinach. That's the whole collection," said the old man, "all cooped up together, by my noble and learned brother.
Page 109 - Vholes — a sallow man with pinched lips that looked as if they were cold, a red eruption here and there upon his face, tall and thin, about fifty years of age, high-shouldered, and stooping. Dressed in black, black-gloved, and buttoned to the chin, there was nothing so remarkable in him as a lifeless manner, and a slow fixed way he had of looking at ttichard. ,• l hope I don't disturb you, ladies,