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Saville, of the 10th Infantry, could not succeed in securing a wagon to haul this mail to the front.
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Saville, who always contrived to be well with every one who was worth the trouble it cost him, was of course among the guests.
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The Pactolus takes but the sand-drifts from the hoards lost to use in the Tmolus. "And how," said Saville, seating himself by Lady Erpingham, "how shall we bear London when you are gone?
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In the theatre, we run after the farce; in painting, we worship the Dutch school; in-" "Literature?" said Saville.
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A book, in order to succeed, does not require the opinion of Mr. Saville or Lady Erpingham so much as a picture or a ballet.
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By the way," said Saville, as, in departing, he encountered Constance by the door, and made his final adieus; "by the way; you will perhaps meet, somewhere in Italy, my old young friend, Percy Godolphin.
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But among the visitors to Rome, the one whose sight gave to Godolphin the greatest pleasure was his old friend Augustus Saville.
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Saville had managed to get up a whist-table.
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Notwithstanding this coolness when a point was in question, Saville was extremely glad to meet his former pupil.
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And Saville limped away to the table.
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At length, just as he was going away, Saville, who, having an unplayable hand and a bad partner, had somewhat lost his interest in the game, looked up and beckoned to him.
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Through this vast amphitheatre, and giving way to such meditations, Godolphin passed on alone, the day after his meeting with Saville; and at the hour he had promised the latter to seek him, he mounted the wooden staircase which conducts the stranger to the wonders above the arena, and by one of the arches that looked over the still pines that slept afar off in the sun of noon, he saw a female in deep mourning, whom Saville appeared to be addressing.
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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.
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Saville, stretched on the sofa, diverted himself with mixing snuffs on a little table beside him.
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And Saville inhaled the fragrance of a new mixture.
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Saville had a very pleasant way of telling a story, particularly if it related to a friend's death, or some such agreeable incident.
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Your heart has not improved, Saville.
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Godolphin was not prepared for a conversation of this order; and Saville, in a somewhat more serious air, continued:-"Every person, Godolphin, talks about the world.
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Godolphin, wrapt in reflection, scarcely heeded the voluptuary, but Saville continued: he had grown to that height in loneliness that he even loved talking to himself.
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Absorbed in these ideas, Godolphin contrived to let Saville's unsympathising discourse glide unheeded along, without reflecting its images on the sense, until the name of Lady Erpingham again awakened his attention.
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Examples of Saville

Example #1
Since the corps returned to the United States a dozen letters have reached the author which have chased him by way of Santiago and Montauk, since dates between the 1st and 20th of July, inclusive.
Example #2
Cords of mail were stacked up at Siboney for weeks; and although there was more transportation on hand than could be used, the officer detailed to attend to the mail business of the corps, Lieut.
Example #3
Years had somewhat scathed him since he last appeared on our stage.
Example #4
Two nights before their departure, Lady Erpingham gave a farewell party to her more intimate acquaintance.
Example #5
When society-the everlasting draught-had begun to pall upon us, you threw your pearl into the cup; and now we are grown so luxurious, that we shall never bear the wine without the pearl.
Example #6
For the wisdom of the worldly is like the mountains that, sterile without, conceal within them unprofitable ore: only the filings and particles escape to the daylight and sparkle in the wave; the rest wastes idly within.