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"In bad times the poor men had had their due, and therefore in good times they could expect no more." (12)

"Nevertheless, John Bold is a clever man and would with practice be a clever surgeon; . . . he has declined to subject himself to what he calls the drudgery of the profession." (18)

"He is a moral man, believing the precepts which he teaches, and believing also that he acts up to them, though we cannot say that he would give up his coat to the man who took his cloak or that he is prepared to forgive his brother even seven times. He is severe enough in exacting his dues. . ." (22)

"It was amusing to see the positions and eager listening faces of these well-to-do old men, I will not say that they all appreciated the music which they heard, but they were intent on appearing to do so" (26)

"Did any of...

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