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" ... upon one, the hall of which was open, and the windows lifted. After knocking for some time, a young girl appeared, with many marks of distress. In answer to my question, she answered that both her parents were sick, and that they could receive no... "
The Philadelphia Book, Or, Specimens of Metropolitan Literature - Página 193
1836 - 380 páginas
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The American Miscellany, Tema 1

1840
...parents were sick, and that they could receive no one. I inquired in vain for any other tavern at which strangers might be accommodated. She knew of none...one's calling to her from above in the midst of my embarassment. After a moment's pause I returned, discomfited and perplexed, to the street. I proceeded...
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Prose Writers of America: A Collection of Eloquent and Interesting Extracts ...

1855 - 468 páginas
...sick, and thnt they could receive no one. I inquired, in vain, for any other tavern at which straftgers might be accommodated. She knew of none such; and...at random. At length I reached a spacious building iu Fourth Street, which the sign-post showed me to be an inn. I knocked loudly and often at the door....
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A Compendium of American Literature: Chronologically Arranged, with ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - 1859 - 784 páginas
...parents were sick, and that they could receive no one. I inquired in vain for any other tavern at which strangers might be accommodated. She knew of none...embarrassment. After a moment's pause, I returned, discomfited and perplexed, to the street. I proceeded, in a considerable degree, at random. At length...
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NOVELS

CHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN - 1859
...parents were sick, and that they could receive no one. I inquired, in vain, for any other tavern at which strangers might be accommodated. She knew of none...embarrassment. After a moment's pause, I returned, discomfited and perplexed, to the street. I proceeded, in a considerable degree, at random. At length...
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A Compendium of English Literature: Chronologically Arranged, from Sir John ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - 1862 - 776 páginas
...parents were sick, and that they could receive no one. I inquired in vain for any other tavern at which strangers might be accommodated. She knew of none...embarrassment. After a moment's pause, I returned, discomfited and perplexed, to the street. I proceeded, in a considerable degree, at random. At length...
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A compendium of American literature, arranged by C.D. Cleveland. Stereotyped ed

Charles Dexter Cleveland - 1862
...parents were sick, and that they could receive no one. I inquired in vain for any other tavern at which strangers might be accommodated. She knew of none...embarrassment. After a moment's pause, I returned, discomfited and perplexed, to the street. I proceeded, in a considerable degree, at random. At length...
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A Compendium of American Literature, Chronologically Arranged: With ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - 1865 - 784 páginas
...parents were sick, and that they could receive no one. I inquired in vain for any other tavern at which strangers might be accommodated. She knew of none...me, on some one's calling to her from above, in the inidst of my embarrassment. After a moment's pause, I returned, discomfited and perplexed, to the street....
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American Prose: Selections

George Rice Carpenter - 1898 - 465 páginas
...parents were sick, and that they could receive no one. I inquired, in vain, for any other tavern at which strangers might be accommodated. She knew of none...embarrassment. After a moment's pause, I returned, discomfited and perplexed, to the street. I proceeded, in a considerable degree, at random. At length...
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american prose

george rice carpenter - 1898
...parents were sick, and that they could receive no one. I inquired, in vain, for any other tavern at which strangers might be accommodated. She knew of none...embarrassment. After a moment's pause, I returned, discomfited and perplexed, to the street. I proceeded, in a considerable degree, at random. At length...
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A Short History of America's Literature: With Selections from Colonial and ...

Eva March Tappan - 1907 - 255 páginas
...parents were sick, and that they could receive no one. I inquired, in vain, for any other tavern at which strangers might be accommodated. She knew of none...random. At length, I reached a spacious building, in Fourth-street, which the sign-post shewed me to be an inn. I knocked loudly and often at the door....
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