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" ... felt no fatigue, the loss of that sense having been included in the gift he had received from the phantom. On seating himself in the inn, he remembered that he had used his hand. He glanced at it, and to his terror found that the slight, new-formed... "
King George's Middy - Page 488
1869 - 501 pages
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Good words, ed. by N. Macleod

Norman Macleod
...to his terror found that the slight, new-formed skin had been completely rubbed off by the blows he had given, and that it was evidently in a very inflamed...assistance. With tears in her eyes — for which, by-thc-bye, she was scolded by her husband, as they somewhat impeded her movements — she applied...
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