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Well then, miss," said the page, "come and show me where your mother is, for I bring her a letter and a present from your father.
Well," said the page, "I am bringing her such good news that she will have reason to thank God.
She was not very old, though plainly past forty, strong, healthy, vigorous, and sun-dried; and seeing her daughter and the page on horseback, she exclaimed, "What's this, child?
The ANZEIGER is an eight-page paper; its page is one inch wider and one inch longer than a foolscap page; that is to say, the dimensions of its page are somewhere between those of a schoolboy's slate and a lady's pocket handkerchief.
Exactly one-half of the second page is occupied with an opera criticism, fifty-three lines (three of them being headlines), and "Death Notices," ten lines.
The other half of the second page is made up of two paragraphs under the head of "Miscellaneous News.
He looked at the page sharply, and the other returned the glance, straight and unafraid.
Fair and softly, sweet page, or we of the forest will have to teach you manners
The page thereupon engaged him quite fiercely, and Robin found that he had many pretty little tricks at fencing.
Above, pages 189-195, and in 'Robinson Crusoe' as much as time allows.
above, pages 190 and 215) and Johnson's own traits?
An Inventory of papers, documents, and articles followed at great length on the next three pages.