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Can we have a copy of the poetry to keep in the family Bible?
He argued that if one slave re- fused to be corrected, and escaped with his life, the other slaves would soon copy the example; the re- sult of which would be, the freedom of the slaves, and the enslavement of the whites.
Martin had been there an hour before, and finding she was not at home, nor particularly expected, had left a little parcel for her from one of his sisters, and gone away; and on opening this parcel, she had actually found, besides the two songs which she had lent Elizabeth to copy, a letter to herself; and this letter was from him, from Mr.
Thomson, Cowper, Scott--she would buy them all over and over again: she would buy up every copy, I believe, to prevent their falling into unworthy hands; and she would have every book that tells her how to admire an old twisted tree.
This testimonial I accordingly received in about a month, forwarded a copy of it to Mrs.
There is a copy of the certificate, which I myself obtained on Monday last.
He desired first to ask the time of day, and next--here, after a bump to the earth, one's thoughts ballooned again heavenwards--"had I seen a green copy of Shelley lying anywhere along the road?
Over it he told me of a diary kept by Jonathan Harker when abroad, and gave me a typewritten copy of it, as also of Mrs.
Makar Alexievitch," he had said, "pray copy this out for me.
Your copy is as fine as the original; if I had to choose between the two I should be puzzled.
Well, you don't believe in black magic; and if you did, you couldn't use it for copy.
The copy seemed accurate, and yet there was a discrepancy somewhere.