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Good-by, Solomon," he added, trying to wield his stick again, but failing now that he had reversed the handle.
I shall be down-stairs, Brother, whether or no," said Solomon.
Remember, I'm the eldest after you, Brother, and prospered from the first, just as you did, and have got land already by the name of Featherstone," said Solomon, relying much on that reflection, as one which might be suggested in the watches of the night.
Solomon and Jane would have been sorry to be quick: what that led to might be seen on the other side of the wall in the person of Brother Jonah.
said Solomon, in a soft tone of humility, in which he had a sense of luxurious cunning, he being a rich man and not in need of it.
A man might as well turn his land into charity land at once as leave it to some people," observed Solomon, his sister's question having drawn no answer.
He was usually very happy and gay, and the reason was that Solomon had kept his promise and taught him many of the bird ways.
Far rather would I never see you again, dear Solomon, though I have ever loved you truly, and ever shall.
As to whether your name is John Solomon, or Solomon John?
Miss Pross recalled soon afterwards, and to the end of her life remembered, that as she pressed her hands on Sydney's arm and looked up in his face, imploring him to do no hurt to Solomon, there was a braced purpose in the arm and a kind of inspiration in the eyes, which not only contradicted his light manner, but changed and raised the man.
So Solomon, holding his white head on one side, and playing vigorously, marched forward at the head of the gay procession into the White Parlour, where the mistletoe-bough was hung, and multitudinous tallow candles made rather a brilliant effect, gleaming from among the berried holly-boughs, and reflected in the old-fashioned oval mirrors fastened in the panels of the white wainscot.
Slightly pointing over his shoulder, Solomon elevated his eyebrows and nodded a silent inquiry to Joe whether this was the case.