Sir Brook Fossbrooke

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Little, Brown,, 1895
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Página 112 - Never was there a more unlucky peroration, from the day when Lord Denman concluded an eloquent defence of a queen's innocence by appealing to the unhappy illustration which called forth the touching words, 'Let him that is without sin cast the first stone at her.' Never was there a more signal blunder than to ask this man to repudiate the friendship which had formed the whole pride and glory of his life. 'I should think I am proud of him, madam,' said he, rising, and speaking with a boldness that...
Página 233 - I was only provoked, — put out;" and she stooped and took up the letter. "I wrote to Mr. Kincaid to give me certain papers which were in his hands, and which I know Colonel Sewell would wish to have in his own keeping, and he writes me this...
Página 234 - I don't know what would have become of me if I had not been a reading boy. My prep, finished I would have had nothing to do but sit and watch the awful stillness of the sick room flow out through the closed door and coldly enfold my scared heart.
Página 122 - Treated as I have been, I could scarcely say I should regret it.' ' By Jove ! the ship must be in a bad way when the officers are taking to the boats,' said Balfour. 'Why, Pem, you don't really believe we are going to founder?'
Página 127 - He had little faith in his master's chivalry, but he implicitly believed in the island he was to rule over;" and from that day forward she called her brother Sancho and Sir Brook the Don. On the day after that on which Tom's visit should have been but was not paid, Lucy sat at luncheon with her grandfather in a small breakfast -room which opened on the lawn.

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