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injustice,—­at any rate, the misery was so great, that to forgive it and to reward it would be weak, womanly, and foolish.  Roger Carbury did not quite believe in the forgiveness of injuries.  If you pardon all the evil done to you, you encourage others to do you evil!  If you give your cloak to him who steals your coat, how long will it be, before your shirt and trousers will go also?  Roger Carbury, returned that afternoon to Suffolk, and as he thought of it all throughout the journey, he resolved that he would never forgive Paul Montague if Paul Montague should become his cousin’s husband.

CHAPTER IX — THE GREAT RAILWAY TO VERA CRUZ

’You have been a guest in his house.  Then, I guess, the thing’s about as good...

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