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Nor did it quit me when, late at night, I sat in the deserted parlour, lighted only by the glimmering coal-fire and the moon, striving to picture forth imaginary scenes, which, the next day, might flow out on the brightening page in many-hued description.
Dolittle seems to extend his hand from the page and grasp that of his reader, and I can see him going down the centuries a kind of Pied Piper with thousands of children at his heels.
Now the history says this page was very sharp and quick-witted; and eager to serve his lord and lady he set off very willingly for Sancho's village.
I have as much right to shoot them as the King himself," answered the page haughtily.
He took the prayer-book which was used for prayers from the harmonium, and turned the pages till he came to the place he wanted.
The landlord came and brought a pottle of wine and a long narrow glass upon a salver, which he held up to the Page as he sat upon his horse.
Devil take all these peasants, and money matters, and carryings forward from page to page," he thought.
She seemed to stand out in his consciousness as conspicuously as the I shall had stood out on the typed page, and he began to take notice.
The first page contained some entries, relating to domestic expenses, in her own handwriting.
On the last page but one, he found the last intelligible sentences.
RETURNING to the cottage parlor, I took a chair by the window and opened my pocket-book at a blank page.
Turning to the second page of the Trial, I found a Note, assuring the reader of the absolute correctness of the Report of the Proceedings.