Stephen Dugard: A Novel, Zväzok 3

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R. Bentley, 1840

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Strana 260 - At worldly profit, have not left a print Where I have trod, for the most curious search To trace my footsteps, should be gull'd by children, Baffled and fool'd, and all my hopes and labours Defeated, and made void.
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Strana 207 - Here lay Duncan , His silver skin lac'd with his golden blood ; And his gash'd stabs look'd like a breach in nature , For ruin's wasteful entrance: there, the murderers , Steep'd in the colours of their trade , their daggers Unmannerly breech'd with gore.

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