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" it is only to make us mope alone. " A merry companion and a mug of beer '' would make the night pass cheerily." Parley, however, kept all these thoughts to himself, or uttered them only when no one heard, for talk he must. He began to listen to the nightly... "
Stories for the middle ranks of society and Tales for the common people - Página 446
por Hannah More - 1818
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The New-York Missionary Magazine and Repository of Religious ..., Volumen1

Cornelius Davis - 1800
...to let us be acquainted. He pretends to make us vigilant through fear of the robbers; but t fufpect it is only to make us mope alone. A merry companion, and a mug of beer, would make the night pafs cheerily." Parley, however, kept all thefe thoughts to himfelf, or uttered them only when no one...
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The Entertaining Moral, and Religious Repository: Containing, Many ...

1801
...be acquainted. He pretends to muke us vigilent xbv but I fufpeft it is only to make us mope alo^e. A merry companion, and a mug of beer, would make the night pafs cheerily." Parley, howqfer, kept all thefe thoughts to himfelf, or uttered them only when no one...
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The Works of Hannah More, in Four Volumes: Including Several ..., Volumen2

Hannah More - 1803 - 393 páginas
...us vigilant through fear of the robbers, but I " suspect it is only to make us mope alone. A mer" ry companion and a mug of beer would make the " night...himself, or uttered them only when no one heard, for tafk he must. He began to listen to the nightly whistling of the robbers under the windows with rather...
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Child's Magazine, Volumen2

1816
...be acquainted. He pretends to make us vigilant through fear of the robbers; but I suspect it is ouly to make us mope alone. A merry companion, and a mug...however, kept all these thoughts to himself, or uttered thPmonly when no one heard, for talk he must. He began to listen to the nightly whistling of the robbers...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life

Hannah More - 1827
...are exposed to temptations without any power to resist îomake this house tjlerable, even before you Parley, however, kept all these thoughts to himself,...no one heard, for talk he must. He began to listen There were certain bounds in which the lord allowed his servants to walk and divert the risk of being...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen3

Hannah More - 1830
...to let us be acquainted. He pretends to make us vigilant through fear of the robbers, but I suspect it is only to make us mope alone. A merry companion...nightly whistling of the robbers under the windows with rather less alarm than formerly, and was sometimes so tired of watching, that he thought it was...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen3

Hannah More - 1830
...to let us be acquainted. He pretends to make us vigilant through fear of the robbers, but I suspect it is only to make us mope alone. A merry companion...nightly whistling of the robbers under the windows with rather less alarm than formerly, and was sometimes so tired of watching, that he thought it was...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life, Volumen1

Hannah More - 1832
...to let us be acquainted. He pretends to make us vigilant through fear of the robbers, but I euspeet it is only to make us mope alone. A merry companion...nightly whistling of the robbers under the windows with rather less alarm than formerly, and was sometimes .so tired of watching, that he thought it wa»...
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The Works of Hannah More

Hannah More - 1834 - 2318 páginas
...to let us be acquainted. He pretends to make us vigilant through fear of the robbers, but I suspect it is only to make us mope alone. A merry companion...nightly whistling of the robbers under the windows with rather less alarm than formerly, and was sometimes so tired of watching, that he thought it was...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen1

Hannah More - 1836
...to let us be acquainted. He pretends to make us vigilant through fear of the robbers, but 1 suspect it is only to make us mope alone. A merry companion...nightly whistling of the robbers under the windows with rather less alarm than formerly, and was sometimes so tired of watching, that he thought it was...
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