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To that time in Lewis's life belongs this book, The Bravo of Venice; which was published in 1804, when the writer's age was twenty-nine.
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See also Grote on Plato's doctrine on the sphericity of the earth; also Sir G. C. Lewis's Astronomy of the Ancients, London, 1862, chap.
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A different, and a sadder note runs through Miss Lewis's report to the convention in Baltimore in 1871, in describing the difficulties the women labored under.
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The supper-room had been kept locked and imposingly secret and mysterious until Lewis should arrive; but around that part of the house were gathered Lewis's wife and child, Chocklate, Josie, Aunty Cord and our Rosa, canvassing things and waiting impatiently.
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It has been known, during some years, that it was Lewis's purpose to buy a thirty dollar silver watch some day, if he ever got where he could afford it.
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I inquired if any of the Lewis's people had been there; they did not seem to understand what I meant when I explained to them that about three miles from them, and beyond the old corral, the steamer Lewis was wrecked, and her passengers were on the beach.
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Lewis's lips were opening for a cry of warning when the door was flung wide, and the Reverend Orme stepped into the room.
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Lewis's school days were short.
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If fruit failed, there was some wondrous toy of fingered clay or carved wood, or, perhaps, merely a glimpse of some furry little animal drawn to Lewis's knee by the power of vast stillness.
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Natalie laid her hand on the sleeve of Lewis's leather coat, a gesture with which she was wont to claim his close attention.
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Lewis's heart sank low within him.
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No less was Lewis's wonder at the stranger's raiment.
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He peered keenly into Lewis's face.
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He picked up Lewis's two notes and stuffed them into his own well-filled wallet.
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Lewis's gaze was puzzled, but intent.
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The wag, leading Lewis's pony, had followed them to the river-bank. "Show me thy hoof, partner," he shouted, laughing, to the stranger.
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Then he looked keenly at Lewis's face, and promptly dragged the black at his side to his feet.
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The collar had been buttoned to the back of the shirt, but when it came to fastening it in front, Lewis's fingers fumbled hopelessly.
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He saw Lewis's eyes fix on the ponderous knocker. "Strong door to stand it, eh?
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A smile nickered in Lewis's eyes, but Leighton did not look up.
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Examples of Lewiss

Example #1
By some chance or other, this idea fastened itself upon me, and by dint of turning it in my mind, I at length formed the plot of Alfonso.
Example #2
In 1805 Lewis recast it into a melodrama, which he called Rugantino.
Example #3
Calmeil, De la Folie, Paris, 1845, vol.
Example #4
Also the Phaedo, pp.449 et seq.
Example #5
Miss Lewis voiced the enthusiastic thanks of the women when, a few months later, the union received its charter from the International Typographical Union at its next convention in June, 1869.
Example #6
In that is related how about this time was formed a women printers' union, styled "Women's Typographical No. 1," through the exertions of a number of women compositors with Augusta Lewis at their head.