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Pictorial History of the County of Lancaster ... - Page 246
1844 - 338 pages
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Illustrations of the Law of Kindness

George Washington Montgomery - Kindness - 1841 - 216 pages
...obtained. ' But how are you off in the mean time V And the answer was, that having given up every thing to his creditors, he had been compelled to stint his family of even the common necessaries, that he might be enabled to pay the cost of his certificate. ' My dear fellow,'...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - Art - 1846
...pamphlet. I did not mean it as a threat. I only meant that some day you would know us better, and be sorry you had tried to injure us. I see you repent of it...enabled to pay the cost of his certificate. ' My dear fellow, this will not do ; your family must not suffer. Be kind enough to take this ten-pound note...
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Illustrations of the Law of Kindness

George Washington Montgomery - Kindness - 1845 - 226 pages
...obtained. ' But how are you off in the mean time ?' And the answer was, that having given up every thing to his creditors, he had been compelled to stint his...enabled to pay the cost of his certificate. ' My dear fellow,' said W., 'this will never do; your family must not suffer. Be kind enough to take this ten...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 12

1845
...obtained. ' But how are you off in the meantime?' — and the answer was, that, having given up everything to his creditors, he had been compelled to stint his family of even the common necessaries, that be might be enabled to pay the cost of his certificate. ' My dear fellow,'...
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The Prisoners' Friend: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Criminal Reform ...

Crime - 1849
...meant that some day you would know us better, and be sorry you had tried to injure us at that time. I see you repent of it now." " I do, I do," said the...enabled to pay the' cost of his certificate. " My dear fellow, this will not do ; your family mast not suffer. Be kind enough to take this ten-pound note...
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Eliza Cook's Journal, Volume 3

Eliza Cook - 1850
...tried to injure us ; I see you repent it now." " I do, I do," said the grateful man, "I do, indeed, bitterly repent it." "Well, well, my dear fellow,...farthing to his creditors, he had been compelled to stint hU family of even the common necessaries of life, that he might be enabled to pay the cost of his certificate....
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The Mother at Home, Or, The Principles of Maternal Duty Familiarly Illustrated

John Stevens Cabot Abbott - Domestic education - 1855 - 303 pages
...business again. " But how are you to support your family in the mean time ?" asked the merchant. The man's answer was, that having given up every farthing to his creditors, he had been compelled to deprive his family of even common necessaries. " My dear sir," said the merS chant, " this will never...
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Worth and Wealth

Freeman Hunt - 1856
...obtained. ' But how are you off in the meantime ? 7 —and the answer was, that, having given up everything to his creditors, he had been compelled to stint his family of even the common necessaries, that he might be enabled to pay the cost of his certificate. ' My dear fellow/...
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New Sixth Eclectic Reader

William Holmes McGuffey - Readers - 1857 - 448 pages
...friends who could assist him when his certificate was obtained. "But how are you off in the meantime?" 5. And the answer was, that, having given up every farthing...enabled to pay the cost of his certificate. " My dear fellow, this will not do; your family must not suffer. Be kind enough to take this ten-pound note to...
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The elements of punctuation: with rules on the use of capital letters, being ...

John Wilson - English language - 1857 - 168 pages
...friends who could assist him when his certificate was obtained. " But how are you off in the mean time?" And the answer was, that, having given up every farthing...enabled to pay the cost of his certificate. " My dear fellow, this will not do : your family must not suffer. Be kind enough to take this ten-pound note...
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