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After showing that the great Fathers of Revolutionary times, and notably the great Southerners, were antislavery men; that the first abolition society was formed in the Middle and Border States, and not in the Northeast; and that emancipation was enacted by the Eastern and Middle States as a natural consequence of the growth of that sentiment, the orator said:- "What was it, then, when the country had advanced so far towards universal emancipation in the period of our national formation, that stopped this onward tide?
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An ache of jealousy and spite was driven through the lover, who groaned, and presently said- 'I ride on.
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He joined Godolphin, and said,- "You must forgive me, my dear Godolphin, for not apprising you before of Lady Erpingham's arrival at Rome.
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Elliott Sherwood came close up to her as she stood by the window in the fading light, and said- But on second thoughts I shall not record what he said-or what she said either.
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When she turned again towards me, she said- "I am not well yet,-I cannot bear too much.
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I, to whom had been vouchsafed the beatific vision of an Angel-an Angel who had said- "God thinks no evil of thee-desires no wrong towards thee-has no punishment in store for thee-give thyself into His Hand, and be at peace!" was already flinching and turning away from the Faith that should keep me strong!
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Presently he took out his pocket-book, and handing me a card, said:- "We are under the mutual disadvantage of all chance acquaintances.
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The doctor pointed to a chair, looked at his watch, and said:- "I hope you have had a pleasant journey.
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He was no sooner gone than Dalrymple took me by the shoulders, placed me in an easy chair, poured out a couple of glasses of hock, and said:- "Now, then, my young friend, your news or your life!
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Presently he paused, laid his pen aside, and said:- "Arbuthnot, would you like to go with me to-morrow evening to one or two _soirees_?
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All at once, just as these questions flashed across my mind, the lady drew the mantle aside, and said:- "How imprudent of you to hide in my carriage?
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When the man had fairly entered the hall, she turned to me and said:- "Now, Monsieur, fly!
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When I had done, he sprang to his feet, laid his hand heavily upon my shoulder, and said:- "Damon, there are a great many disagreeable things in life which wise people say are good for us, and for which they tell us we ought to be grateful in proportion to our discomfort.
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Monsieur Bobinet, who was very bald, very cross, and very stout, cast an irritable glance into the room, but, seeing so many people, drew back and said:- "Yes, that is my name, Monsieur.
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Madame de Montparnasse pursed up her parchment lips, glared upon us defiantly, and said:- "Pray don't hesitate about repeating my words, M'sieur Philomene.
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Coming at once to meet me, she extended a cordial hand, and said:- "I had begun to despair of ever seeing you again.
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Then, turning to her other visitor, she said:- "_Mon cousin_, allow me to present my friend.
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All at once Mueller fell back, laid his hand on my arm, and said:- "Stop!
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Monsieur le Prefet, with a little nod of satisfaction, put on his glasses again, went over to the table, took out a printed form from a certain drawer, dipped a pen in the ink, and said:- "Sergeant, you will take this order, and convey Number Two Hundred and Seven to the Bicetre, there to remain till Thursday next, when he will be drafted back to Toulon by the convict train, which leaves two hours after midnight.
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Even Dr. Cheron noticed it, and calling me in the afternoon to his private room, said:- "Basil Arbuthnot, you look ill.
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Examples of Said

Example #1
First, the wonderful demand for cotton throughout the world, precisely when, from the invention of the cotton gin, it became easy to turn it to service.
Example #2
In an address in Manchester, England, October, 1863,-the first of that tremendous series of mob-controlling speeches with which Henry Ward Beecher put a check on the English government by convincing the English people of the righteousness of the Federal cause during our Civil War,-that "minister-plenipotentiary," as Oliver Wendell Holmes called him, gave a witty summary of this change.
Example #3
That old woman can follow.
Example #4
I don't want to hear her gibberish.
Example #5
Saville had retired a few steps on Godolphin's arrival, and had watched with a sardonic yet indifferent smile the proof of his friend's weakness.
Example #6
The word Erpingham thrilled displeasingly through Godolphin's veins; in some measure it restored him to himself.