Tales and Novels: Murad the Unlucky. The manufacturers. The contrast. The grateful negro. To-morrow

Harper & brothers, 1835
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Pagina 190 - Mr. Granby? Dear! Why did you not make me guess? I should have guessed him directly. But why do you call him our friend? I am sure he is no friend of mine, nor ever was.
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Pagina 207 - If of these the whole power is not accurately delivered, it must be remembered, that while our language is yet living, and variable by the caprice of every one that speaks it, these words are hourly shifting their relations, and can no more be ascertained in a dictionary, than a grove, in the agitation of a storm, can be accurately delineated from its picture in the water.
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