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" In spite of his unpleasant situation, he had not sat long, before he fell into a doze, from which he was aroused by what appeared to him some movement of the person in the bed. Hastily he started up, and seizing the lamp, drew aside the curtain — but... "
Susan Hopley, Or, The Adventures of a Maid-servant - Page 78
by Catherine Crowe - 1842 - 280 pages
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Adventures of Susan Hopley [by C. Crowe].

Catharine Crowe - 1841 - 352 pages
...contrary, the house appeared a good one, and was situated in a respectable quarter ; and the furniture of the apartment he was in, was not only handsome,...room door. CHAPTER XVII. JULIA CONTINUES THE HISTORY OP HER PARENTS AS FOLLOWS. " ' COME in ;' cried Valentine suddenly awakening, and at first unconscious...
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The Law Magazine: Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence, Volume 26

Law - 1841 - 496 pages
...up, and seizing the lamp, drew aside the curtain—but all was still as before. Again he spoke—but no sign of life was given ; so concluding it had been...some hours afterwards by a knocking at the room door. " ' Come in;' cried Valentine suddenly awakening, and at first unconscious where he was; upon which...
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Adventures of Susan Hopley [by C. Crowe].

Catharine Crowe - 1842 - 314 pages
...escape. He remembered he had a clasp-knife in his pocket, and thought that by its assistance hemight possibly pick the lock ; but it broke in the attempt...JULIA CONTINUES THE HISTORY OF HER PARENTS AS FOLLOWS. " ' COME in,' cried Valentine, suddenly awakening, and at first unconscious where 78 79 he was ; upon...
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Philip Seymour: Or, Pioneer Life in Richland County, Ohio; Founded on Facts

James Francis M'Gaw - Frontier and pioneer life - 1902 - 362 pages
...a dreamy listlessness upon the wild scene around him. In a short time his eye-lids grew heavy, and he fell into a sound sleep, from which he did not awaken, till the sun had sank behind the western hills. Jumping to his feet, he was about starting home when the...
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The Missions and Missionaries of California, Volume 1

Zephyrin Engelhardt - Biography & Autobiography - 1908 - 702 pages
...sore leg like a poultice. God blessed the simplicity of both the priest and the mule-driver, for Serra fell into a sound sleep from which he did not awaken till the next morning. He then arose relieved of his pain, to recite Matins and Prime as usual, and, to...
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Lower California

Zephyrin Engelhardt - Indians of North America - 1908 - 710 pages
...sore leg like a poultice. God blessed the simplicity of both the priest and the mule-driver, for Serra fell into a sound sleep from which he did not awaken till the next morning. He then arose relieved of his pain, to recite Matins and Prime as usual, and, to...
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