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" I am most willing to believe, have never deviated into others' property. You think it impossible that you could ever commit so heinous an offence : but so thought Fauntleroy once ; so have thought many besides him, who at last have expiated as he hath... "
The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist - Стр. 126
1843
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Том 163

1838
...temptation. My very style seems to myself to become more impressive than usual, with the charge of them. ' Who that standeth, knoweth but he may yet fall ? '...most willing to believe, have never deviated into others property. You think it impossible that yon could ever commit so heinous an offence ; but so...
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Whimsicalities: A Periodical Gathering, Том 1

Thomas Hood - 1844
...intricate vains of the marble mantelpiece — and anon in the chiarooscuro of the fire. To get rid of these haunting illusions, he caught up a book which...ominous passage : " Who that standeth, knoweth but lie may yet foil i Your hands, as yet, I am most willing to believe, have never deviated into otlier's...
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The American Whig Review, Том 7

1848
...temptation. My very style seems to myself to become more impressive than usual with the charge of them. Who that standeth knoweth but he may yet fall ? Your...most willing to believe, have never deviated into others' property. You think it impossible that you could ever commit so heinous an offence ; but so...
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The American Whig Review, Объемы 7-8

1848
...temptation. My very style seems to myself to become more impressive than usual with the charge of them. Who that standeth knoweth but he may yet fall ? Your...most willing to believe, have never deviated into others' property. You think it impossible that you could ever commit so heinous an offence ; but BO...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Том 14

1864
...temptation. My very style seems to myself to become more impressive than usual with the charge of them. Who that standeth knoweth but he may yet fall ? Your...most willing to believe, have never deviated into others' property. You think it impossible that you could ever commit so heinous an offence ; but so...
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The Works of Thomas Hood...: Prose works

Thomas Hood - 1861
...intricate veins of the marble mantelpiece — and anon in the chiaro-oscuro of the fire. To get rid of these haunting illusions, he caught up a book which...stumbled on the following ominous passage: — " Who that standet/i, knoweth but he may yet fall ? Your hands, as yet, lam most willing to believe, hare never...
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The Works of Thomas Hood, Том 4

Thomas Hood - 1864
...intricate veins of the marble mantelpiece — and anon in the chiaro-oscuro of the fire. To get rid of these haunting illusions, he caught up a book which...— " Who that standeth, knoweth but he may yet fall f Tour limnls. as yet, lam most ivilling to believe, have never deviated into other's property. Tou...
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Eliana: the hitherto uncollected writings of Charles Lamb

Charles Lamb - 1864
...temptation. My very style seems to myself to become more impressive than usual with the charge of them. Who that standeth knoweth but he may yet fall ? Your...most willing to believe, have never deviated into others' property. You think it impossible that you could ever commit so heinous an offence: but so...
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Whims and oddities. National tales. Humorous tales

Thomas Hood - 1869
...intricate veins of the marble mantelpiece — and anon in the chiaro-os euro of the fire. To get rid of these haunting illusions, he caught up a book which...knoweth but he may yet fall ? Your hands, as yet, lam most willing to believe, have never deviated into other's property. You think it impossible that...
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The Essays of Elia

Charles Lamb - 1869 - Страниц: 436
...temptation. My very style seems to myself to become more impressive than usual with the charge of them. Who that standeth knoweth but he may yet fall ? Your...most willing to believe, have never deviated into others' property. You think it impossible that you could ever commit so heinous an offence : but so...
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