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The boys were all eaten up with envy -- but those that suffered the bitterest pangs were those who perceived too late that they themselves had contributed to this hated splendor by trading tickets to Tom for the wealth he had amassed in selling whitewashing privileges.
That is the reason I could not ask him for a ticket.
He returned the money, keeping only one anna in each rupee of the price of the Umballa ticket as his commission - the immemorial commission of Asia.
Wherefore every man who buys a ticket must lay his account with losing the purchase money, which is the value of his own soul.
I have seen so little of life; one ought to come up to London more--not a cheap ticket like to-day, but to stop.
If he had only had the breath to sing out it would have been all up with me then; as it was I pulled off my coat the moment I was round the corner, and took a ticket for it at the Empress Rooms.
The very porters seemed to expect me, and my luggage was in the cart before I had given up my ticket.
Once on board, the train will not start till your ticket has been examined--till every passenger's ticket has been inspected.
At the station he took a ticket and said he was going to accompany her home.
He took a return berth from London to Liverpool; and when he got to Liverpool, the only thing he was anxious about was to sell that return ticket.
He would send his trunk up to Shelly Hot Springs on Joe's ticket.
The railway is open to all travelers alike, if they have money enough to buy a ticket.