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The man who plotted beside us, for all we knew, might be an agent of the Iron Heel.
Thousands of secret agents were rushed to the devoted city.
It proved to be a long mile and a half, but they walked it, and half an hour or so later the agent put in an appearance.
The agent explained that the houses were built that way, as the purchasers generally preferred to finish the basements to suit their own taste.
The Agent was silent and thoughtful for a moment; then he drew the other apart into an unfrequented place and whispered in his ear:
The fact of my communication he would necessarily discover, when I gave the address to his agent in the morning.
Affair of agent and sealed letter from seven to eight.
Clara Belle was rather a successful agent, but Susan, who could only say "thoap," never made large returns, and the twins, who were somewhat young to be thoroughly trustworthy, could be given only a half dozen cakes at a time, and were obliged to carry with them on their business trips a brief document stating the price per cake, dozen, and box.
whereas both these being related of their proper agent, constitute the truly marvellous.
Sux hundred hundred went over the side, but four hundred an' ninety-five was all the agents received.
Thus Tragedy is the imitation of an action, and of the agents mainly with a view to the action.
What government failed to effect, however, with all its patronage and all its agents, was at length brought about by the enterprise and perseverance of a single merchant, one of its adopted citizens; and this brings us to speak of the individual whose enterprise is the especial subject of the following pages; a man whose name and character are worthy of being enrolled in the history of commerce, as illustrating its noblest aims and soundest maxims.