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"How,' said Norna, dare you use such bold language? . . . They who speak to the Reimkennar must lower their voice to her before whom winds and waves hush both blast and billow.... And now speak: what wouldst thou have of me? My daughter's health,' replied Magnus, 'which no remedies have been able to restore.' . . . 'Sit down, all of you; and thou, maiden,' she said, addressing Minna, 'sit thou in that chair,' pointing to the place she had just left... Minna moved with slow and tremulous step towards the rude seat thus indicated to her. It was composed of stone, formed into some semblance of a chair by the rough and unskilful hand of some ancient Gothic artist." THE PIRATE, Part II. pp. 91, 92.
Nothing in him
But doth suffer a sea-change.
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