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They saw that the gentlemen at table were a very nice set of fellows, and as they had evidently had to rough it, much more formerly, than was necessary at the present day, they should make up their minds to think well of everything-to look only at the advantages of the Colony-and in their letters to any London friends, they were resolved decidedly to recommend the place-but not a word about the mud.
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Ink_. Not at all; on the contrary, those of the lake Have taken already, and still will continue To take-what they can, from a groat to a guinea, Of pension or place;-but the subject's a bore.
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Such a scene might have been comic enough-notwithstanding the sacred character of the place-but neither my companion nor I were in any humour for comedy.
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He had hoped to live to see his son take his place-but Jim was only thirteen.
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These stood up and stripped away some of their rags, exposing their backs, criss-crossed with ropy old welts left by the lash; one turned up his hair and showed the place where a left ear had once been; another showed a brand upon his shoulder-the letter V-and a mutilated ear; the third said- "I am Yokel, once a farmer and prosperous, with loving wife and kids-now am I somewhat different in estate and calling; and the wife and kids are gone; mayhap they are in heaven, mayhap in-in the other place-but the kindly God be thanked, they bide no more in ENGLAND!
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One is grave and thoughtful when he stands in the little Tomb of the Saviour-he could not well be otherwise in such a place-but he has not the slightest possible belief that ever the Lord lay there, and so the interest he feels in the spot is very, very greatly marred by that reflection.
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I've heard of a place-but it might be dangerous to say much just now," and she glanced at the children.
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She hated the place-but she loved the people.
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In the second place-but this is, in truth, only the deeper aspect of the former plea-Dryden comes perilously near to an acceptance of the doctrine that idealization in a work of art depends purely on the outward form and has little or nothing to do with the conception or the spirit.
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If I had had my way, I would have restored this beautiful old place-but two lawyers are enough to crush any woman.
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Examples of Place-but

Example #1
The Town of Adelaide, as depicted on the maps, is the very beau ideal of all possible cities-there is an elegance and vastness of design about it, that almost makes one blush for the comparative insignificance of London and Stromboul; of Paris and Canton;-but on going to the spot, like many other works of art and imagination, it resembles the picture very slightly-it is altogether on too large a scale; and of all the follies committed by the inexperience of the surveyor-general, who is, nevertheless, in every other respect a most gentlemanlike, entertaining, and intelligent person, next to its inland situation, this monstrous extent of Adelaide will turn out to be the most fruitful of complaints.
Example #2
They were, at any rate, great travellers, and were determined to make light of troubles and inconveniences, as all travellers do.
Example #3
Well, sir, the time's coming.
Example #4
Perhaps you have doubts that they ever will _take_?
Example #5
Matters were still too serious; and although the idea of this skeleton barricade was a good one, we were not yet assured of safety.
Example #6
It might only give us a temporary respite; for we feared that our ferocious assailants would attack the mummies with their teeth, and soon demolish the barrier that lay between us.