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Página 383 - The Letters of Charles Dickens edited by his Sister-in-law and his eldest Daughter 4 v.
Página 389 - Durward i v. Old Mortality i v. Guy Mannering i v. Rob Roy i v. The Pirate i v. The Fortunes of Nigel i v. The Black Dwarf; A Legend of Montrose i v. The Bride of Lammermoor i v. The Heart of Mid-Lothian 2 v. The Monastery i v. The Abbot i v. Peveril of the Peak 2 v. The Poetical Works 2 v. Woodstock 1 v. The Fair Maid of Perth i v.
Página 384 - My Experiences of the War between France and Germany 2 v. — Soldiering and Scribbling i v. — Memories and Studies of War and Peace 2 v. — Vide also " Daily News,
Página 175 - A den of robbers was converted to the discipline of a camp or convent : patient to hear, swift to redress, inexorable to punish, his tribunal was always accessible to the poor and stranger ; nor could birth, or dignity, or the immunities of the church, protect the offender or his accomplices.
Página 384 - Freeman: The Growth of the English Constitution i v. Select Historical Essays i v. Sketches from French Travel i v.
Página 382 - The Draytons and the Davenants 2 v. — On Both Sides of the Sea 2 v. — Winifred Bertram i v. — Diary of Mrs. Kitty Trevylyan i v. — The Victory of the Vanquished i v. — The Cottage by the Cathedral and other Parables i v.
Página 381 - Night and Morning i v. — The Last of the Barons 2 v. — Athens 2 v. — The Poems and Ballads of Schiller i v. — Lucretia 2 v. — Harold 2 v. — King Arthur 2v.
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Página 383 - The Faith Doctor 2 v. George Eliot: Scenes of Clerical Life 2 v. Adam Bede 2 v. The Mill on the Floss 2 v. Silas Marner i v.
Página 367 - With that feeling, Death lost all the nobleness of aspect it had before presented to him ; and he resolved, in very scorn of his ungrateful foes, in very defeat of their inhuman wrath, to make one effort for his life ! He divested himself of his glittering arms ; his address, his dexterity, his craft, returned to him. His active mind ran over the chances of disguise, of escape; he left the hall, passed through the humbler rooms devoted to the servitors and menials, found in one of them a coarse working...