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"If you wish to save your life, swear that you will convey this girl where I may never see her more; or rather consent to take her with you, for your oath I would not believe, and I can take care you will not find me again." Chap. 1, p. 5

"He approached, and perceived the Gothic remains of an abbey: it stood on a kind of rude lawn, overshadowed by high and spreading trees, which seemed coeval with the building, and diffused a romantic gloom around." Chap. 2, p. 15

"La Motte sighed. The comparison between himself and the gradation of decay, which these columns exhibited, was but too obvious and affecting." Chap. 2, p. 16

"Among the rest, it was said, that strange appearances had been observed at the abbey, and uncommon noises heard; and through this report had been ridiculed by sensible persons as the idle superstition of ignorance, it had...

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