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" Poor Tom ! the first and bitterest feeling which was like to break his heart, was the sense of his own cowardice. The vice of all others which he loathed was brought in and burned in on his own soul. He had lied to his mother, to his conscience, to his... "
School Days at Rugby - Pagina 245
door Thomas Hughes - 1866 - 405 pagina’s
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Titan

Titan - 1857
...Lord before men; and for the last year he had probably not said his prayers in earnest a dozen times. Poor Tom ! the first and bitterest feeling which was...poor little weak boy, whom he had pitied and almost scorned for his weakness, had done that which he, braggart as he was, dared not do. The first dawn...
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School Days at Rugby

Thomas Hughes - 1858 - 405 pagina’s
...Lord before men ; and for the last year he had probably not said his prayers in earnest a dozen times. Poor Tom ! the first and bitterest feeling which was...poor little weak boy, whom he had pitied and almost scorned for his weakness, had done that which he, braggart as he was, dared not do. The first dawn...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Volume 11

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1857
...Lord before men ; and for the last year he had probably not said his prayers in earnest a dozen times. Poor Tom ! the first and bitterest feeling, which...poor little weak boy, whom he had pitied and almost scorned for his weakness, had done that which he, braggart as he was, dared not do. The first dawn...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1858
...before men ; and for the last year he had probably not said his prayers in earnest a dozen times. " Poor Tom ! the first and bitterest feeling which was...poor little weak boy, whom he had pitied and almost scorned for his weakness, had done that which he, braggart as he was, dared not do. The first dawn...
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Cassell's illustrated readings, Volume 1

Cassell, ltd - 1875
...before men ; and for the last year he ha<l probably not said his prayers in earnest a dozen times. Poor Tom ! the first and bitterest feeling which was...poor little weak boy, whom he had pitied and almost scorned for his weakness, had done that which he, braggart as he was, dared not do. The first dawn...
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The Franklin Intermediate Reader: For the Use of Public and Private Schools

George Stillman Hillard - 1875 - 240 pagina’s
...before men ; and for the last year he had probably not said his prayers in earnest a dozen times. 19. Poor Tom! the first and bitterest feeling which was...lied to his mother, to his conscience, to his God ! 20. How could he bear it ? And then the poor little weak boy, whom he had pitied and almost scorned...
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Child Life in Prose

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1875 - 301 pagina’s
...Lord before men; and for the last year he had probably not said his prayers in earnest a dozen times. Poor Tom ! the first and bitterest feeling which was...of his own cowardice. The vice of all others which ho loathed was brought in and burned in on his own soul. Ho had lied to his mother, to his conscience,...
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The Webster-Franklin Intermediate Reader: For the Use of Public and Private ...

George Stillman Hillard - 1878 - 240 pagina’s
...before men ; and for the last year he had probably not said his prayers in earnest a dozen times. 19. Poor Tom! the first and bitterest feeling which was...lied to his mother, to his conscience, to his God ! 20. How could he bear it ? And then the poor little weak boy, whom he had pitied and almost scorned...
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Talks with Boys and Girls: Or Wisdom Better Than Gold

Benjamin Bartis Comegys, Layman - 1878 - 237 pagina’s
...begun to leaven the school, the tables turned. The effect of this incident on Tom was most happy. " The first and bitterest feeling which was like to...which he loathed was brought in and burned in on his soul. He had lied to his mother, to his conscience, and to his God. How could he bear it ? And then...
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The Battersea series of standard reading books for boys, Boek 4

Evan Daniel - 1879
...Lord before men : and for the last year he had probably not said his prayers in earnest a dozen times. Poor Tom ! the first and bitterest feeling which was...poor little weak boy, whom he had pitied and almost scorned for his weakness, had done that which he, braggart as he was, dared not do. The first dawn...
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