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Page 114 - However, she proceeded with her attendants up a staircase containing more steps than the one in the north spire, and which at length terminated, leading them into a kind of gallery, in the centre of which stood a pillar about four feet in height, and six in diameter.
Page 25 - ... foaming cataracts in its course, every moment spouting up its phrensied surges with frightful violence to a considerable height, or turning with dreadful velocity in angry whirlpools.
Page 226 - ... somewhat too large, and, when she desired to look particularly fascinating, kept her mouth in a sort of half smile, just sufficient to display them. All Miss Trimmer's leisure time — and she had a good deal — was spent in practising airs and graces before a large mirror. Her manners, her language, the tone of her voice, and the expression of her countenance, were one mass of affectation. She considered dress as an affair of the most vital importance, and always endeavoured to suit hers to...
Page 24 - ... absolute certainty of being crushed to atoms by its innumerable barbed wheels), they entered a...

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