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A stain on his conscience, as to anything that came within the range of his vocation, would trouble such a man very much in the same way, though to a far greater degree, than an error in the balance of an account, or an ink-blot on the fair page of a book of record.
If I wanted other authorities for Jarndyce and Jarndyce, I could rain them on these pages, to the shame of--a parsimonious public.
I wrote ten pages in my journal last night--and you know I wrote nine the night before and twelve the night before that.
He never read them, for he had long lost the habit of reading, but he liked to turn the pages, look at the illustrations if they were illustrated, and mend the bindings.
Thus came the Queen's Page, young Richard Partington, from famous London Town down into Nottinghamshire, upon Her Majesty's bidding, to seek Robin Hood in Sherwood Forest.
Passing her desk, once, he picked up a volume of Kipling's poems and glanced bepuzzled through the pages.
The following pages were written more than twenty years since, and were then published periodically in
If my request is not granted, I can only implore you to let no eyes but your own see these pages.
Turning to the Third Act, Henry looked wearily at the pages as he let them slip through his fingers.
An Inventory of papers, documents, and articles followed at great length on the next three pages.
He lasts through several pages of this record of the enduring soil.
But when his door finally closed behind Anne and Leslie they knew that he went straight to it, and as they walked home they pictured the delight of the old man poring over the printed pages wherein his own life was portrayed with all the charm and color of reality itself.