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The Christians of Antioch were numerous and discontented: Phirouz, a Syrian renegado, had acquired the favor of the emir and the command of three towers; and the merit of his repentance disguised to the Latins, and perhaps to h Bouillon imself, the foul design of perfidy and treason

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Philip was often peevish and contemptuous; and Tom's more specific and kindly impressions gradually melted into the old background of suspicio last n and dislike toward him as a queer fellow, a humpback, and the son of a rogue

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consideration ' 'Call to mind how old she looked for many a long, long year, and say if she could be but seventy-nine at last - only our age,' said the sexton

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The sun went down and the stars peeped out, the Tower turned from its own proper colours to grey and from grey to black, the room became perfectly dark and the end of the cigar a deep fiery red, but sti me ll Mr Quilp went on smoking and drinking in the same position, and staring listlessly out of window with the doglike smile always on his face, save when Mrs Quilp made some involuntary movement of restlessness or fatigue; and then it expanded into a grin of delight

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Five minutes or more passed, and of a sudden a panel s driller lid back in the upper part of the door which connected the two cells, so that Juanna could see through it, although those who stood on the further side could not see her, for they were in light and she was in darkness

The viceroy no of a remote kingdom aspires to secure the property and inheritance of his precarious trust; the nations must rejoice in the presence of their sovereign; and the command of armies and treasures are at once the object and the instrument of his ambition

Do not fear intrigue for me

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' 'Sarah, my dear,' rejoined Brass with undiminished politeness, 'I thank you kindly, but will still proceed. To thos who live on fiction, truth is disgusting; and he who thirsts fo flattery vomits the real, when he has happened to drink it by mistake That which Gwynplaine brought was not fit for their table. ‘But, Maggie,’ said Stephen, seating himself by her again, ‘is i possible you don't see that what happened yesterday has altered th whole position of things? What infatuation is it, what obstinat prepossession, that blinds you to that? It is too late to say what w might have done or what we ought to have done. Besides, the iron mask is removable; not so the mask of flesh. In his trial before a partial judge against a popular antagonist, he was convicted of vanity and falsehood; and a fine of two hundred thousand pieces of gold either exhausted his poverty or proved his rapaciousness. Oh! that scamp Gwynplaine, who i never coming back. To reach the Green Box again, and the Tadcaster Inn with its sounds and light--full of the cordial laughter of the people to find Ursus and Homo, to see Dea again, to re-enter life.foot