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Campbell buried his face in his hands, and a shudder passed through him.
A groan broke from Campbell's lips and he shivered all over.
Campbell scrawled a few lines, blotted them, and addressed an envelope to his assistant.
As the hall door shut, Campbell started nervously, and having got up from the chair, went over to the chimney-piece.
It cost Campbell likewise nine hundred to remain and draw cards, but to the surprise of all he saw the nine hundred and raised another thousand.
The next moment the hundred and odd pairs of eyes shifted to Campbell.
You know the ground, Campbell. Is they that-all in the dirt?"
Louis, accompanied by Campbell. As they had a number of pack-horses richly laden with peltries to convoy, they chose a different route through the mountains, out of the way, as they hoped, of the lurking bands of Blackfeet.
Miss Campbell always was absolutely plainbut extremely elegant and amiable."
The case is, you see, that the Campbells are going to Ireland.
so considerate!But however, she is so far from well, that her kind friends the Campbells think she had better come home, and try an air that always agrees with her; and they have no doubt that three or four months at Highbury will entirely cure her and it is certainly a great deal better that she should come here, than go to Ireland, if she is unwell.
Campbell, the surgeon of the Thrush, a very well-behaved young man, who came to call for his friend, and for whom there was with some contrivance found a chair, and with some hasty washing of the young tea-maker's, a cup and saucer; and after another quarter of an hour of earnest talk between the gentlemen, noise rising upon noise, and bustle upon bustle, men and boys at last all in motion together, the moment came for setting off; everything was ready, William took leave, and all of them were gone; for the three boys, in spite of their mother's entreaty, determined to see their brother and Mr.