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Title:   The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope Volume I.
Author:   George Gilfillan
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000661461
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......................................................................... 264 Index of First Lines ......................................................... ... LIFE OF ALEXANDER POPE E E E E Alexander Pope was born in Lombard Street, London, on the 21st of May 1688—the year of the Revolution. His fa- ther wa... ...ad he was severely flogged. His father, offended at this, removed him to a London school, kept by a Mr Deane. This man taught the poet nothing; but hi... ...kept by a Mr Deane. This man taught the poet nothing; but his residence in London gave him the opportunity of attending the theatres. With these he wa... ...’s need: October store, and best Virginia, Tithe-pig, and mortuary guinea: Gazettes sent gratis down, and frank’d, For which thy patron’s weekly thank... ...ts in more: T rim’s Europe’s balance, tops the statesman’s part. And talks Gazettes and Postboys o’er by heart. Like a big wife at sight of loathsome ... ...rm’d, and all her children bless’d! So—satire is no more—I feel it die— No gazetteer 191 more innocent than I— And let, a-God’s-name! every fool and ... ...nd the Lord Digby. 277 The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope – V olume One Index of First Lines A A pleasing form; a firm, yet cautious mind; 155 A s...
 
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Title:   Main Street
Author:   Sinclair Lewis
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000651232
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... Ole Jenson the grocer says to Ezra Stowbody the banker is the new law for London, Prague, and the unprofitable isles of the sea; whatsoever Ezra does... ... day in library class she had to read a theme on the use of the Cumulative Index, and she was taken so seriously in the discussion that she put off he... ...tions about el- evated essays. They grunted, “Wanta find the Leather Goods Gazette for last February.” When she was giving out books the principal que... ...e to Chicago. And there’s more Gopher Prairies than there are Chicagos. Or Londons. And— I’ll tell you the whole story: They think 100 Main Street yo... ...e Jenson said that Shakespeare was born in 1564 and died 1616. He lived in London, England, and in Stratford on-Avon, which many American tourists lov... ...sleepy! I didn’t say he was honest. I said he had savvy enough to find the index in `Gray’s Anatomy,’ which is more than McGanum can do! But I didn’t ...
 
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Title:   The English Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc
Author:   Thomas de Quincey
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000661751
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...his home by exchanging the solitude of Wales for the greater wilderness of London. Failing there to raise money on his expected patrimony, he for some... ...de the acquaintance of Coleridge and Wordsworth; Lamb he had sought out in London several years before. His acquaintance with Wordsworth led to his se... ...ng been exhausted, he took up literary work in earnest. In 1821 he went to London to dispose of some transla- tions from German authors, but was persu... ... The Macmillan Co. 14 vols., with footnotes, a preface to each volume, and index. Reis- sued in cheaper form. The standard edition.] 2. The Works of T... ...dition. Bos- ton: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1877. [12 vols., with notes and index.] 3. Selections from De Quincey. Edited with an Introduction and Note... ...n- ing, had given to the guard a “Courier” evening paper, con- taining the gazette, for the next carriage that might pass. Accordingly he tossed it in... ...ven miles north of London. 29 33 A “COURIER” EVENING PAPER, CONTAINING THE GAZETTE: A gazette was originally one of the three official papers of the k...
 
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Title:   The Confessions
Author:   J. J. Rousseau
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000676423
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...SSEAU (In 12 books) Privately Printed for the Members of the Aldus Society London, 1903 A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication The Confe... ...SSEAU (In 12 books) Privately Printed for the Members of the Aldus Society London, 1903 BOOK I INTRODUCTION Among the notable books of later times-we ... ...at the book may prove dangerous has caused it to be inscribed on a sort of Index, and good folk who never read a line of it blush at its name. Its “se... ...to go with him to England, where the exile could find a secure shelter. In London his appearance excited general attention. Edmund Burke had an interv... ...r troubled myself about politics, for the first time I be- gan reading the gazettes, but with so much partiality on the side of France, that my heart ... ... what little I had picked up in the account of Earl Hamilton, and from the gazettes; however, I made such fortunate use of the little I did know as to... ...e Montaigu until his death, with which I became acquainted by means of the Gazette. The peace of God be with that poor man! He was as fit for the func...
 
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Title:   Mrs. Warrens Profession
Author:   George Bernard Shaw
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature and history, Literature & philosophy
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000674932
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...he triumphant amusement of startling all but the stron- gest-headed of the London theatre critics clean out of the practice of their profession. No au... ...s ought to be kicked. What a triumph for the actor, thus to reduce a jaded London journalist to the condition of the simple sailor in the Wapping gall... ...ind the dramatic method that I have no doubt I shall at last persuade even London to take its conscience and its brains with it when it goes to the th... ...shioned, and vulgar work without question. The conclave which compiles the index of the Roman Catholic Church is the most august, ancient, learned, fa... ...s. Her defence of herself is so overwhelming that it provokes the St James Gazette to declare that “the tendency of the play is wholly evil” because “... ...moral life for poor women that has ever been penned.” Happily the St James Gazette here speaks in its haste. Mrs Warren’s defence of herself is not on...
 
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Title:   Moby-Dick or the Whale
Author:   Herman Melville
Publisher:   Djvu Editions Classic Literature
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Literature, Literature & thought, Literature & drama
Collections:   DjVu Editions Classic Literature
Book Id:   WPLBN0000699985
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... a whale in air, To express unwieldy joy.” Cowper, on the Queen’s Visit to London. “Ten or fifteen gallons of blood are thrown out of the heart at a st... ... of a whale is larger in the bore than the main pipe of the water works at London Bridge, and the water roaring in its passage through that pipe is in... ...ow!” Cooper’s Pilot. “The papers were brought in, and we saw in the Berlin Gazette that whales had been introduced on the stage there.” Eckermann’s Co... ...oyage.” Currents and Whaling. U.S. Ex. Ex. “Pedestrians in the vicinity of London and elsewhere may recollect having seen large curved bones set uprig... ...ling life, a sublime uneventfulness invests you; you hear no news; read no gazettes; extras with startling accounts of commonplaces never delude you i... ...has no solid basis to stand on. But what is a Gam? You might wear out your index finger running up and down the columns of dictionaries, and never find ... ...uman hand, minus only the thumb. This fin has four regular bone fingers, the index, middle, ring, and little finger. But all these are permanently lodged...
 
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Title:   The Soul of a Bishop
Author:   H. G. Wells
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000678443
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...ors were no good. There wasn’t a physi- cian in the diocese. He must go to London. He looked into the weary eyes of his reflection and said, as one ma... ...weary eyes of his reflection and said, as one makes a reassuring promise, “London.” He was being worried. He was being intolerably worried, and he was... ... old rectory of Otteringham was still his stan- dard of truth and reality. London had not disillusioned him. It was a strange waste of people, it made... ...icance. The bishop glanced through this bale of papers—it had of course no index and no synopsis, and some of the pages were not numbered—handed it ov... ... it was most in the way. What was wrong? What was wanting? The Westminster Gazette, The Spectator, and several other of the most trusted organs of pub... ...th the Churches?” was, for example, the general heading of The Westminster Gazette’s correspondence. One day the bishop skimmed a brief incisive utter...
 
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Title:   Autobiographic Sketches Selections, Grave and Gay
Author:   Thomas de Quincey
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000660982
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... side, of Manchester. But so it was. Oxford Street, like its name- sake in London, was then called the Oxford Road; and dur- ing the currency of our a... ... his opinions into the ear of the public, (viz., of Mrs. Evans,) a regular gazette, which, in imitation of the London Ga- 68 Thomas de Quincey zette,... ...blic, (viz., of Mrs. Evans,) a regular gazette, which, in imitation of the London Ga- 68 Thomas de Quincey zette, was published twice a week. I suppo... ...e a week. I suppose that no creature ever led such a life as I did in that gazette. Run up to the giddiest heights of promotion on on day, for merits ... ...abscond from public justice? Let him hurry into the frantic publicities of London, and by no means into the quiet privacies of the country. So, and up... ...eave the reader to judge whether “T e Deum” would be sung on that night. A Gazette Extraordinary was issued; and my brother had really some rea- son f... ...al insult of na- 264 Thomas de Quincey ture, the having given him a false index of character in his feminine beauty, and to take a pleasure in contra...
 
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Title:   The Duchesse de Langeais, With an Episode under the Terror, The Illustrious Gaudissart, A Passion in the Desert, And the Hidden Masterpiece
Author:   Honoré de Balzac
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000677138
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...ther after the fall of Cadiz were allowed to charter a vessel and sail for London. So there was neither resistance nor reaction. But the change of gov... ...social order; and the social order is the same everywhere, in Moscow as in London, in Geneva as in 23 Balzac Calcutta. Given a certain number of fami... ...clear accurate language, and a language must always be the most infallible index of national character. In the same way you may note that the French p... ...ngeais, “you tell this old story that everybody knows if they have been to London, and look at my neck in such a melodramatic way that you seem to me ... ...of quality were lost; but for every one, the rogues set down ten, like the gazettes after a battle when they count up the losses of the beaten side. A...
 
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Title:   Liver Twist
Author:   Charles Dickens
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000676181
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..., of his after life, he never once forgot it. CHAPTER VIII OLIVER WALKS TO LONDON. HE ENCOUNTERS ON THE ROAD A STRANGE SORT OF YOUNG GENTLEMAN OLIVER ... ...arac ters, an intimation that it was just seventy miles from that spot to London. The name awakened a new train of ideas in the boy’s mind. London!—t... ... the old men in the workhouse, too, say that no lad of spirit need want in London; and that there were ways of living in that vast city, which those w... ... consequently, the name of Mr. Chickweed, licensed witler, appeared in the Gazette among the other bankrupts; and all manner of ben efits and subscri... ... a vent in a hideous disease which had made 369 OLIVER TWIST your face an index even to your mind—you, Edward Leeford, do you still brave me!’ ‘No, n...
 
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Title:   Prince Otto a Romance 1905 Edition
Author:   Robert Louis Stevenson
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000678533
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...oks? The Herr Doctor might perhaps be asked for his advice; but we have no Index Expurgatorius in Grunewald. Had we but that, we should be the most ab... .... ‘And now what news in Court?’ inquired the Prince. ‘I come to you for my gazette.’ ‘Ditch-water!’ she replied. ‘The world is all asleep, grown grey ... ...ourse acquainted with the vigorous and bracing pages of Sir John (2 vols., London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown). Sir John, who plays but a to...
 
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Title:   Life of John Coleridge Patteson : Missionary Bishop of the Melanesian Islands
Author:   Charlotte Mary Yonge
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000578735
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...r, and passed on to King’s College, Cambridge, whence, in 1813, he came to London to study law. In 1816 he opened his chambers as a special pleader, a... ...lationship. Almost all, too, lived in near neighbourhood in those parts of London that now are comparatively deserted, but which were then the especia... ...h his letters, and he was a capital dancer in the Christmas parties at his London home. He had likewise the courage and patience sure to be needed by ... ...ot looking for that kind of thing. You want to see how far the face is any index of the character and life and work. I don’t think it odd that I shoul... ...self-indulgent life of the Missionary Bishop! What nuts for the “Pall Mall Gazette”! How would all subscriptions cease, and denunciations be launched ...
 
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Title:   Vittoria
Author:   George Meredith
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000675581
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... observe her and him. He knows English—has been attached to the embassy in London; but, pooh! the hand’s Italian. I confess myself puzzled. We shall p... ...ty, saying with his fine tact, “We are all well;” and after talking like a gazette of the Porta T osa taken by the volunteers, Barto Rizzo’s occupatio... ...um of money from Antonio- Pericles by accepting an immediate engagement in London, or go to the war. T o sit in submissive obedience seemed un- reason... ...nth of Spring, at night-time, fifteen miles and a quarter from the city of London—oh, city of peace! Sandra you will come there. I give you thousands ... ...from Carlo. “Hold fast to it that he means it: conduct is never a straight index where the heart’s involved,” said the chuckling old man; “or it is no... ...r the down-fallen officer, who, if he were shot, or killed, would still be gazetted an officer. “A nice comfort!” said Lena, and there was a rallying ... ...ds and whispers over such news as the privileged journals and the official gazette afforded. Beppo’s destination was to the Duchess of Graatli’s palac...
 
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Title:   Chicago Manual of Style
Author:   University of Chicago
Publisher:   University of Chicago Press
Language:   English
Date:   1906
Subjects:   Non Fiction, Reference, Style Manual
Collections:   Education
Book Id:   WPLBN0002118018
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...l of Style, published in 1906. Now in its fifteenth edition, The Chicago Manual of Style--the essential reference for authors, editors, proofreaders, indexers, copywriters, designers, and publishers in any field--is more comprehensive and easier to use than ever before. Those who work with words know how dramatically publishing has changed in the past decade, with techn...
 
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...ages in print or more than two thousand hyperlinked paragraphs online—has become the authoritative reference work for authors, editors, proofreaders, indexers, copywriters, designers, and publishers. This hundred-plus-year evolution has taken place under the ongoing stewardship of Chicago’s renowned editorial staff, aided by suggestions and requests from the Manual’s many ...
 
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...otes Tabular Work Technical Terms Appendix Hints to Authors and Editors Hints to Proofreaders Hints to Copyholders Proofreader’s Marks Index Specimens of Types in Use...
 
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...n Review, the Chicago Tribune; but: The World To-Day.) NoTE.-T~~ Botanical Gazette capitalizes only first words and pmper names. In foreign titles... ...on, Transactims of the Zl1im.s Society for Child Study. NoTE.-T~~ Botanical Gazette uses italics for such titles in the text only; in footnotes, rom... ...r such titles. References to the Preface, Introduction, Table of Contents, Index, etc., of a specific work, should be set with capitals, without qu... ...The Appendix occupies a hundred pages;" but: "The book has a very complete index." 73. Names of ships : the U. S. SS. "Oregon.', 74. Titles of wo... ...d: Astrophysical Journal, 12 mm (with thin space and no period) ; Botanical Gazette, I 2 mm, 125 " (superior, with hair-space) ; Journal of Geology,... ...on and the publisher's name in literary references: Clement of Alexandria (London: Macmillan), 11, 97. 123. The colon should be placed outside the ... ...hitely." John Ruskin. By Henry Carpenter. ["English Men of Letters," 111.1 London: Black, 1900. "As the Italian [Englishman] Dante Gabriel Rodslett... ...r or algebraic matter, where figures would be likely to cause con- fusion. Index figures in the text should be placed after the punctuation marks: ... ..., in connection with the numerals : Miller, The French Revolution (2d ed.; London: Abra- hams, 1888), 11, Part IV, iii. ' S. I. Curtiss, "The Plac...
 
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Title:   Information Technology Tales
Author:   Brad Bradford
Publisher:   Brad Bradford
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Non Fiction, Social Sciences, Technology
Collections:   Education
Book Id:   WPLBN0002096873
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... pay.? -- Time Line of Information Technology Revolutions -- Epilogue -- Acknowledgments -- About the Author -- About Michael Hart -- Bibliography -- Index --...
 
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... Acknowledgments About the Author About Michael Hart Bibliography Index Foreword By Michael S. Hart, Founder Of Project Gutenberg And ... ...rned something about digital word processing, the bosses at the Kalamazoo Gazette sat this then city editor in front of a keyboard linked digitally ... ... such a book. So in spare time during my remaining working years at the Gazette and in retirement, curiosity prompted notes randomly taken and lin... ...es not only to afford to stack more books but also to produce inexpensive indexes and catalogs that made the books‘ contents more accessible.) Bloc... ...t. He sent and received envoys to and from centers as distant as Rome and London. But the Silk Road traffic remained two-way for one century only.... ...and he sent and received envoys to and from centers as distant as Rome and London. 14 Search Goo... ... wage controls (but no price controls). When the protesting rebels invaded London and caused havoc, King Richard met with them and offered to abolish... ...s an hour. Computers duplicate printers’ skills In 1980, the Kalamazoo Gazette sent me to Ann Arbor to learn how to operate ATEX digital word pro... ...ng a line that he‘d made an error, he‘d fill out that line by drawing his index finger down the first row of keys — e-t-a-i-o-n. Next, he‘d swipe th...
 
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Title:   An Englishman Looks at the World Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters
Author:   H. G. Wells
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000662409
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...ineffectual gymnastics on the lawn to deal with the irruption. There is the usual trouble in connecting up, minute voices in Folkestone and Dover and London call to one another and are submerged by buzzings and throbbings. Then in elfin tones the real message comes through: ?Bleriot has crossed the Channel.... An article ... about what it means.?...
 
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... usual trouble in connecting up, minute voices in Folkestone and Dover and London call to one another and are submerged by buzzings and throbbings. Th... ...have—aeroplanes capable of starting from Calais, let us say, circling over London, dropping a hundredweight or so of ex- plosive upon the printing mac... ... change in sev- enty years. I had just got to the journey of Titmouse from London to Y orkshire in that ex-sheriff ’s coach he bought in Long Acre— wh... ...ng system known as Proportional Representation. Thereupon the _Westminster Gazette_ declared in tones of pity and con- tempt that it was no Remedy—and... ...measure. The matter was taken up with profound gravity by the _Westminster Gazette_, and a considerable number of liter- ary men and women were circul... ...their names and heights and weights and so forth are recorded for the card index; and so, slowly, they pass along towards America, and at last reach a...
 
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Title:   Contributing to Efforts for Greater Financial Markets Stability in Apec Economies
Author:   Apec Finance Minister Process
Publisher:   Apec Finance Minister Process
Language:   English
Date:   2011
Subjects:   Non-Fiction, H Social sciences, APEC
Collections:   Education
Book Id:   WPLBN0002110126
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...nesia); depreciation in of the local currency; a decrease in capital market composite index; decline in exports and imports; an increase in interest ... ...ion in APEC region. This implies that a shock triggered in the stock market composite index in one economy can influence stock market indices in the... ...donesia Debt Securities Outstanding………………………………………….. 45 3.13 Indonesian Stock Market Index/Jakarta Composite Index (2000 – 2010)……… 46 3.14 Gross D... ...) and the National Banking and Securities Commission Law were amended in the Official Gazette of the Federation, as a result of the bill submitted b... ...and Opportunities for Financial Service in Indonesia, Report Prepared for the City of London Corporation, Catham House, London, UK, Accessed August ... ...a, Centre for Strategic and International Studies and Overseas Development Institute, London, UK. United Nations Conference on Trade and Developme...
 
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Title:   Information Technology Tales
Author:   Brad Bradford
Publisher:   Brad Bradford
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Non Fiction, Technology, History of Technology
Collections:   Technology
Book Id:   WPLBN0002097024
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... Acknowledgments About the Author About Michael Hart Bibliography Index Foreword by Michael S. Hart, founder of Project Gutenberg and in... ...rned something about digital word processing, the bosses at the Kalamazoo Gazette sat this then city editor in front of a keyboard linked digitally... ...te such a book. So in spare time during my remaining working years at the Gazette and in retirement, curiosity prompted notes randomly taken and lin... ...es not only to afford to stack more books but also to produce inexpensive indexes and catalogs that made the books‘ contents more accessible.) Bloc... ...t. He sent and received envoys to and from centers as distant as Rome and London. But the Silk Road traffic remained two-way for one century only. ... ...and he sent and received envoys to and from centers as distant as Rome and London. 14 Search Goo... ... wage controls (but no price controls). When the protesting rebels invaded London and caused havoc, King Richard met with them and offered to abolish... ...ers an hour. Computers duplicate printers’ skills In 1980, the Kalamazoo Gazette sent me to Ann Arbor to learn how to operate ATEX digital word pro... ...ng a line that he‘d made an error, he‘d fill out that line by drawing his index finger down the first row of keys — e-t-a-i-o-n. Next, he‘d swipe th...
 
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Title:   Don Juan
Author:   George Byron
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000679376
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... When every year and month sends forth a new one, Till, after cloying the gazettes with cant, The age discovers he is not the true one; Of su... ... only add them all in an appendix, Which saves, in fact, the trouble of an index; Byron’s Don Juan “Canto One” 13 For there we have them all ‘... ...em per hour, and they had all been undone, But for the maker, Mr. Mann, of London. Byron’s Don Juan “Canto Two” 48 As day advanced the weather... ...nants apiece; And more might be found out, if I could poke enough Into gazettes; but Fame (capricious strumpet), It seems, has got an ear as w... ...rgin of a nuptial chime; Soft words, too, fitted for the peroration Of Londonderry drawling against time, Ending in ‘ischskin, ’ ‘ousckin, ’ ‘... ...: Count Damas drove them back into the water Pell mell, and with a whole gazette of slaughter. ‘If’ (says the historian here) ‘I could report ... ...ength descried In this plain pair, Suwarrow and his guide. ‘Great joy to London now!’ says some great fool, When London had a grand illuminati... ...ut I shall add them in a brief appendix, To come between mine epic and its index. Byron’s Don Juan “Canto Fourteen” 297 But ere he went, he ad...
 
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Title:   Catherine : A Story
Author:   William Makepeace Thackeray
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000676861
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...s honour is to marry rich Miss Dripping, the twenty- thousand-pounder from London; and to purchase a regi- ment;—and to get old Brock drummed out of C... ...arryvan,” then, which in the year 1706 used to perform the journey between London and that place in ten days, left Birmingham about an hour after Mrs.... ...his Lord- ship; who was, indeed, no other than a Liverpool tailor going to London to learn fashions; but he only smiled, and did not undeceive the lan... ...rs. Dobbs’s ardent propensity for making matches! * * * THE LONDON GAZETTE of the 1st April, 1706, contains a proc- lamation by the Queen for ... ...ed landsmen when seamen fail. This Act, which occupies four columns of the Gazette, and another of similar length and mean- ing for pressing men into ... ...sophical indifference, in the Daily Post, the Courant, the Observator, the Gazette, and the chief journals of those days, which he made a point of exa... ... have done. I can turn out a quo- tation from Sophocles (by looking to the index) as well as another: I can throw off a bit of fine writing too, with ...
 
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Title:   Bram Stoker's Dracula
Author:   Bram Stoker
Publisher:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama
Collections:   Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000678545
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...age will await you and will bring you to me. I trust that your journey from London has been a happy one, and that you will enjoy your stay in my beau... ...per, and strung on sticks, and roasted over the fire, in simple style of the London cat’s meat! The wine was Golden Mediasch, which produces a queer... ...ent in the life of a solicitor’s clerk sent out to explain the purchase of a London estate to a foreigner? Solicitor’s clerk! Mina would not like th... ...” said I, “can it have remained so long un discovered, when there is a sure index to it if men will but take the trouble to look? “The Count smiled, ... ... or something flapped almost angrily against the window panes. THE PALL MALL GAZETTE 18 September. THE ESCAPED WOLF PERILOUS ADVENTURE OF OUR INTERVIE... ...uiries and almost as many refusals, and perpetually usingthe words‘PALL MALL GAZETTE’ as a sort of talisman, I managed to find the keeper of the secti... ...ead of my life work, I say sadly and without hope, “FINIS” . THE WESTMINSTER GAZETTE, 25 SEPTEMBER A HAMPSTEAD MYSTERY The neighborhood of Hampstead... ...ime I should see Renfield, as hitherto he has been a 272 Chapter 17 sort of index to the coming and going of the Count. I hardly see this yet, but wh... ...ken my chance of trusting him, but he seems so mixed up with the Count in an indexy kind of way that I am afraid of doing anything wrong by helping hi...
 
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Title:   The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth
Author:   H. G. Wells
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...ssor Redwood was Professor of Physiology in the Bond Street College of the London University, and he had been grossly libelled by the anti-vivisection... ...his flat with farm hunting up and down the lines that run southward out of London, and his peering spectacles, his simple baldness, and his lacerated ... ...inimum of alteration. He took the place there and then; on his way back to London he stopped at Dunton Green and closed with an eligible couple that h... ...h one hand and traced pat- terns on the black-and-gold tablecloth with the index finger of the other, while his disengaged eye watched Mr. Bensington’... ...erred his eyes from the door to Redwood. Redwood flung a momentary gesture—index finger erect— at the fire. “By Jove!” he said, “he doesn’t know!” “Th... ...th of England. The Sunderland Giants start for Scotland.” The, Westminster Gazette sounded its usual warning note. “Giants Beware,” said the Westminst... ...ette sounded its usual warning note. “Giants Beware,” said the Westminster Gazette, and tried to make a point out of it that might perhaps serve towar... ...chair, the easy chair at the fire, the rotating book- case, the fixture of indexed pigeon-holes that filled the fur- ther recess. The vivid T urkey ca...
 
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Title:   Life of Johnson
Author:   James Boswell
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...nothing that he could use. ‘I have sometimes been obliged to run half over London, in order to fix a date correctly.’ He agonized over his work with t... ...ne must reckon in considering any important matter of his day. His love of London is but a part of his hunger for men. ‘The happiness of London is not... ...t.’ ‘Why, Sir, you find no man at all intellectual who is willing to leave London: No, Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for th... ...Saturday in a weekly news-paper, called The Universal Chronicle, or Weekly Gazette, published by Newbery. These essays were con- tinued till April 5, ... ...replied, “Let me hear no more of him, Sir. That is the fellow who made the Index to my Ramblers, and set down the name of Milton thus: Milton, MR. Joh...
 
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Title:   The Invisible Man a Grotesque Romance
Author:   H. G. Wells
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...aged in an attempt to clothe himself in the hearth-rug and a West Sur- rey Gazette. “Who’s coming?” he said, so startled that his costume narrowly esc... ...ing money was true. And all about that neighbourhood, even from the august London and Country Banking Company, from the tills of shops and inns—doors ... ...per, and his eye went seeking. “Ah!” he said, and caught up the St. James’ Gazette, lying folded up as it arrived. “Now we shall get at the truth,” sa... ...the stuff first at Chesilstowe.” “Chesilstowe?” “I went there after I left London. You know I dropped medicine and took up physics? No; well, I did. L... ...s erty of matter—except, in some instances colours—to lower the refractive index of a substance, solid or liquid, to that of air—so far as all practic... ...hwith vanishes. The powdered glass and water have much the same refractive index; that is, the light undergoes very little refrac- tion or reflection ... ... glass invisible by putting it into a liquid of nearly the same refractive index; a transparent thing becomes invisible if it is put in any medium of ... ... “Now you have me! And all that I knew and had in mind a year after I left London—six years ago. But I kept it to my- self. I had to do my work under ...
 
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Title:   A Child's History of England
Author:   Charles Dickens
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................................................................... ..... 435 Index......................................................................... ...harles Dickens 15 Roman possessions waste; they forced the Ro mans out of London, then a poor little town, but a trading place; they hanged, burnt, c... ...Canterbury. Sebert, the King’s nephew, built on a muddy marshy place near London, where there had been a temple to Apollo, a church dedicated to Sain... ...a church dedicated to Saint Peter, which is now Westminster Abbey. And, in London itself, on the foundation of a temple to Diana, he built an other l... ... worst, and came home again, he was particularly complimented in the Royal Gazette; and when the King heard that through drunkenness and raging he was... ...d. So I end, like the crier, with God Save the Queen! Charles Dickens 437 Index A Adela 88 Adelais 87 Adele 54 Admiral Blake 392 Admiral Drake 3...
 
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Title:   Theological Essays and Other Papers
Author:   Thomas de Quincey
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...papers, viz.:— that, in order to appear effectually before that Olympus in London, which rains rarities upon us poor abject creatures in the provinces... ...How *A Vindication of Protestant Principles. By Phileleutheros Anglicanus. London: Parker. 1847. 40 Theological Essays and Other Papers – V olume One... ...aries, and is continu- ally burning books, in effigy, by means of her vast Index Expurgatorius,* which index, continually, she is enlarging by success... ...ex, continually, she is enlarging by successive supplements, needs also an Index Expurgatorius for the catalogue of her prelates. Weeds there are in t... ...estion of some interest arises upon the casuistical con- struction of this Index. We, that are not by name included, may we consider ourselves indirec... ...rcy of accidents so vile. Very little more than two hun- dred years ago, a London compositor, not wicked at all, but simply drunk, in printing Deutero... ...ecords of our Exchequer; viz., that for much more than a century back, our Gazette and other public ad- vertisers, have acknowledged a series of anony...
 
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Title:   Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
Author:   Charles Dickens
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...sentation of the hired attendant on the poor in sickness. The hospitals of London were, in many respects, noble Institutions; in others, very defectiv... ...ave his hand to his companion. ‘Both hands, Tom. I shall write to you from London, mind!’ ‘Yes,’ said Pinch. ‘Yes. Do, please. Good-bye. Good-bye. I c... ...opping at the Dragon? It an’t at all the sort of place for me. When I left London (I’m a Kentish man by birth, though), and took that situation here, ... ...e Tower of London will be, when she reads the next double-extra Watertoast Gazette.’ Several other gentlemen had left their seats and gathered round d... ...tertoast Sympathisers; and I thank you, sir, in the name of the Watertoast Gazette; and I thank you, sir, in the name of the star-spangled banner of t... ...ly to say that I never heard of Queen Victoria reading the What’s-his-name Gazette and that I should scarcely think it probable.’ General Choke smiled... ...y humble roof!” I find some echo in her own sentiments. If features are an index to the heart, I have no fears of that. An extremely engaging expressi... ...ior; but they had weighty purpose in them, if the chairman’s face were any index to the character of their contents. The progress of Mr Nadgett’s secr...
 
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Title:   Beauchamp's Career
Author:   George Meredith
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...at sort would never think of retreating. Their spectral advance on quaking London through Kentish hopgardens, Sussex corn-fields, or by the pleasant h... ... beauty, which they visited by coach and rail, looking back on unfortified London with particular melancholy. Rosamund’s word may be trusted that she ... ...ancholy. Rosamund’s word may be trusted that she dropped the letter into a London post-office in pursuance of her promise to Nevil. The singular fact ... ...into his room with the beams of day, damp from the presses of the Bevisham Gazette, exactly op- posite to him in the White Hart Hotel, and a glance at... ... Mr. Timothy said in a single breath, upon entering the back office of the Gazette, like unto those ac- complished violinists who can hold on the bow ... ...hase—is it possible, tell me, to lay an embargo—stop to-day’s issue of the Gazette?’ ‘No more—than the bite of a mad dog,’ Timothy replied, before he ... ... months of the date of the demand for it: otherwise blank; but the shadowy index pointed to the destitution of Nevil Beauchamp. No stroke of retributi...
 
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Title:   Night and Day
Author:   Virginia Woolf
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...and how her ap- pearance would change by degrees, and how she would fly to London, and how Katharine would have to lead her about, as one leads an eag... ...s. Have they ALL disappeared? I told her she would find the nice things of London without the horrid 6 Night and Day streets that depress one so.” “T... ...ry different people who were now making their way, by divers paths, across London to the spot where she was sitting. As she ran her needle in and out ... ...is room for a private confer- ence, upon a systematic revision of the card-index, upon the issue of certain new lemon-colored leaflets, in which the f... ... much pride, and marveled to think that once the copying-presses, the card-index, the files of documents, had all been shrouded, wrapped in some mist ... ...the intelligent understanding of the news of the world as the “Westminster Gazette” reported it. Within a few minutes of opening her door, she was in ... ...asting time wasted also high private hopes of his own. His face was no bad index to what went on within him. He was in a condition of mind rather too ...
 
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Title:   American Notes for General Circulation
Author:   Charles Dickens
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... have disregarded for eight years, and could disre gard for eighty more. LONDON, JUNE 22, 1850. American Notes – Dickens 3 PREFACE TO THE “CHARLES... ...lithographic plan hanging up in the agent’s counting house in the city of London: that this room of state, in short, could be anything but a pleasant... ...tleman on board had a letter of introduction to me from a mutual friend in London. He sent it below with his card, on the morning of the head wind; a... ... of the prison has one copy, and the moral instructor another: this is the index of his history. Beyond these pages the prison has no record of his ex... ...ght moon by night; the vane pointing directly homeward, alike the truthful index to the favouring wind and to our cheerful hearts; until at sun rise,... ...led Ross on the spot. ’ ‘TERRIBLE DEATH OF ROBERT POTTER. ‘From the “Caddo Gazette,” of the 12th inst., we learn the frightful death of Colonel Robert...
 
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Title:   The Works of Edgar Allan Poe in Five Volumes Volume One
Author:   Edgar Allan Poe
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...h year he attended the Manor House school, at Stoke-Newington, a suburb of London. It was the Rev. Dr. Bransby, head of the school, whom Poe so quaint... ...t only the faint glimmer of a milk-and-water way. Our capital city, unlike London or Paris, is not a great central heart from which life and vigor rad... ... only to use it properly and I shall arrive at the gold of which it is the index. Jupiter; bring me that scarabæus!” “What! de bug, massa? I’d rud... ...en I called to mind the poor fellow’s speech about the beetle’s being “the index of his fortune.” Upon the whole, I was sadly vexed and puzzled, but, ... ...tés.” Not long after this, we were looking over an evening edition of the “Gazette des Tribunaux,” when the following paragraphs arrested our attentio... ...een suffered to exist. I saw nothing be- yond what had been stated in the “Gazette des Tribunaux.” Dupin scrutinized every thing—not excepting the bod... ...aid; “nothing more, at least, than we both saw stated in the paper.” “The ‘Gazette,’ “ he replied, “has not entered, I fear, into the unusual horror o...
 
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Title:   Moby Dick; Or the Whale
Author:   Herman Melville
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...whale in air, To express unwieldy joy.” — Cowper, on the Queen’ s Visit to London. 9 Herman Melville “Ten or fifteen gallons of blood are thrown out ... ... of a whale is larger in the bore than the main pipe of the water-works at London Bridge, and the water roaring in its passage through that pipe is in... ...yage.” —Currents and Whaling. U.S. Ex. Ex. “Pedestrians in the vicinity of London and elsewhere may recollect having seen large curved bones set uprig... ...ling life, a sublime uneventfulness invests you; you hear no news; read no gazettes; extras with startling ac- counts of commonplaces never delude you... ...as no solid basis to stand on. But what is a gam? Y ou might wear out your index-finger running up and down the columns of dictionaries, and never fin... ...an hand, minus only the thumb. This fin has four regular bone-fingers, the index, middle, ring, and little finger. But all these are permanently lodge...
 
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Title:   Dead Souls
Author:   D. J. Hogarth
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...w York, Crowell, 1886; Taras Bulba: Also St. John’s Eve and Other Stories, London, Vizetelly, 1887; Taras Bulba, trans. by B. C. Baskerville, London, ... ... a Comedy, Calcutta, 1890; The In- spector-General, trans. by A. A. Sykes, London, Scott, 1892; Revizor, trans. for the Yale Dramatic Association by M... ...l, New Haven, Conn., 1908; Home Life in Russia (adaptation of Dead Souls), London, Hurst, 1854; Tchitchikoff’s Journey’s; or Dead Souls, trans. by Isa... ...nment percent- age and fees for publishing the transaction in the Official Gazette. The reason of this was that the President had given orders that on... ...de a regular practice of reading Karamzin, an- other of conning the Moscow Gazette, and a third of never looking at a book at all. Likewise, although ... ...n or another, was never alluded to by his family name, but who wore on his index finger a ring with which he was accustomed to dazzle his lady friends... ... the Land Court, and of such caveat having been published in No. 42 of the Gazette of Moscow, the said Village has come within the Jurisdiction of the...
 
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Title:   Dombey and Son
Author:   Charles Dickens
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..., told Florence she had come to take her to her own home. ‘We have come to London now, my mother and I,’ said Edith, ‘and you shall stay with us until... ...s my dwelling-place, and blessed be creation—Job,’ said the Captain, as an index to his authority . ‘Oh! I couldn’t see Mr Gills, could I?’ said Mr To... ...l surmises as to the fate of the missing vessel, the Son and Heir, port of London, bound for Barbados, are now set at rest for ever; that she broke up... ...ing establishments of which there is abundant choice at the eastern end of London, purchased on the spot two suits of mourning—one for Rob the Grinder... ... which she knew were lingering in her own soul, if not yet written on that index; but, as the woman came on, returning her gaze, fixing her shining ey... ...ing to break, or the jewels in the Tower to be sold up. But, next come the Gazette, and Mr Perch; and Mr Perch brings Mrs Perch to talk it over in the...
 
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Title:   The French Revolution a History
Author:   Thomas Carlyle
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......................................................................... 542 INDEX ........................................................................ ...nd said little or nothing. (Weber, Memoires concernant Marie- Antoinette (London, 1809), i. 22.) So it has lasted for the better half of a fortnight;... ...ier d’Eon, now in petticoats, now in breeches, is no less problem- atic in London than in Paris; and causes bets and lawsuits. Beautiful days of inter... ...n. ’ We have a Courrier de l’Europe in those years, regularly published at London; by a De Morande, whom the guillotine has not yet devoured. There to... ...the first Venetian News-sheet was sold for a gazza, or farthing, and named Gazette! We live in a fertile world. Chapter 2.1.V. Clubbism. Where the hea... ...er things are quickening. The Guillotine, by its speed of going, will give index of the general velocity of the Republic. The clanking of its huge axe... ...e also it was to hear truly. Farewell. THE END. 548 The French Revolution INDEX ABBAYE, massacres, Jourgniac, Sicard, and Maton’s account of. ACCEPTA...
 
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Title:   Redgauntlet
Author:   Sir Walter Scott
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... soon convinced that he had been deceived; and, therefore, after a stay in London of five days only, he returned to the place from whence he came.’ Dr... ...pect to his private conduct, from any man alive. When M’Namara returned to London, and reported the prince’s answer to the gentlemen who had employed ... ...been imputed by our historians to any of his ancestors, and is the certain index of a base and little mind. I know it may be urged in his vindication,... ...oth. This same methodical Samuel Griffiths, of Ironmonger Lane, Guildhall, London, whose letter arrives as duly as quarter-day, has sent me, as I told... ... of them, I had nothing better to do than to watch the dial-plate till the index pointed to noon. Five minutes elapsed, which. I allowed for variation... ...Redgauntlet family. But I observe in an old newspaper called the Whitehall Gazette, of which I fortunately possess a file for several years, that Sir ...
 
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Title:   Dombey and Son
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... take a voyage to Chaney, Mrs Richards, but I mayn’t know how to leave the London Docks.’ Richards assented to the proposition. ‘This house ain’t so e... ...UGH THE OFFICES of Dombey and Son were within the liberties of the City of London, and within hearing of Bow Bells, when their clashing voices were no... ...n married his master’ s daughter.’ ‘“Turn again Whittington, Lord Mayor of London, and when you are old you will never depart from it,”’ interposed th... ...s my dwelling-place, and blessed be creation—Job,’ said the Captain, as an index to his authority . ‘Oh! I couldn’t see Mr Gills, could I?’ said Mr To... ... which she knew were lingering in her own soul, if not yet written on that index; but, as the woman came on, returning her gaze, fixing her shining ey... ...ing to break, or the jewels in the Tower to be sold up. But, next come the Gazette, and Mr Perch; and Mr Perch brings Mrs Perch to talk it over in the...
 
       
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