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The sweetness is a deception, and the real result of sin is biterness. He was a kindly man, gentle at heart, and he was touched at the bereavement of the children whom he had known since they were infants. The sun glowed in their mingled hair—all of one tinge and lustre. My Bess was frightened, dashed up the bank, and all but rolled over.
Chapter LIV. You must come with me, and be a joy and rest to me, dear Jamie. His presence is in the clouds and spans earth and sea. Suddenly round a corner, where the narrow road turned, two hundred yards ahead, dashed a rider on a black steed, and Judith immediately recognized Coppinger on his famous mare Black Bess; a mare much talked of, named after the horse ridden by Dick Turpin. Menaida would not do what was desired of him till coaxed and flattered, and then he did it grumblingly and with sighs at being subjected to killing toil. What was she to do with them?
The word for "perplexity" is used by St. Such was the story. It was so; whilst she had been speaking to him he was working at one of the brass studs, and had loosened its bite in the chair. Baring-Gould so effectively assembled in book form. In the Roman Catholic Church there is a religious order called that of Minims.
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Do you know he might have killed me? What was she to do with them? When, suddenly, she saw the girl dash the basket of buttons in the face of the Captain, saw him thrown to the ground, drawn about by his frantic horse, and left, as she thought, half dead, her dismay was unbounded.
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Emboldened by her boiling indignation, she stood on the step she had reached with both feet firmly planted there, and finding that the banister rattled under her hand she withdrew it, and folded her arms.
Trevisa talked fast in her harsh tones, and in a loud voice, without undulation or softness in it, and expected her niece to hear and give account for everything she told her, goading her to attention with a sharp reminder when she deemed that her mind was relaxed, and whipping her thoughts together when she found them wandering.
She maintained her strength and mastery unbroken as she retreated. The sweetness is a deception, and the real result of sin is biterness. But with regard to wrecking—" His voice, which had quavered in feebleness, according with the feebleness of his judgment relative to smuggling, now gained sonorousness.
But sleep she could not, for cares were gathering upon her.
Then Judith descended another step, and as she did so he retreated a step backwards. The character of the coast-wreckers was known to seamen, or rather a legend full of horror circulated relative to their remorseless savagery.
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The current state of many prehistoric stone rows and stone circles on Dartmoor owes much to the work of Sabine Baring-Gould and Robert Burnard and the Dartmoor Exploration Committee.
He had one brown hand on the banister, and a foot on the first step, as though about to ascend, when arrested by seeing the girl at the head of the stairs before him. Her long fingers might have been of china, but that when raised so that the sun struck their backs they were turned to a translucent rose.
The boy had no inherent naughtiness in him, but was constantly falling into mischief through thoughtlessness, and he was difficult to manage because incapable of reasoning.
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