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" ... said he, should you choose life, seeing it is attended with so much bitterness? But they desired him to let them go; with that he looked ugly upon them, and rushing to them, had doubtless made an end of them himself, but that he fell into one of his... "
The pilgrim's progress. With notes by W. Mason, and a life of the author, by ... - Halaman 167
oleh John Bunyan - 1838
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A biographical history of English literature

John Daniel Morell - 1885
...to let them go; with which he looked ugly16 upon them; and rushing to them, had16 doubtless made an end of them himself; but that he fell into one of...for he sometimes in sunshiny weather fell into fits — arid lost for a time the use of his hands; wherefore he withdrew, and left them, as before, to...
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Swinton's Advanced First, Second Reader, Buku 4

William Swinton - 1886
...him to let them go. With that he looked ugly upon them, and, rushing to them, had doubtless made an end of them himself, but that he fell into one of...fell into fits, and lost for a time the use of his hand. Wherefore he withdrew, and left them, as before, to consider what to do. selves whether it was...
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The Pilgrim's Progress

John Bunyan - 1887 - 380 halaman
...in sunshine weather, fell into fits,) and lost for a time the use of his hand ; **./i(swherefore he withdrew, and left them as before to consider what...the Prisoners consult between themselves, whether 'twas best to take his counsel or no; and thus they began to discourse : Chr. Brother, said Christian,...
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Living Thoughts in Words that Burn, from Poet, Sage and Humorist

Charles F. Beezley - 1891 - 382 halaman
...him to let them go. With that he looked ugly upon them, and rushing to them, had doubtless made an end of them himself, but that he fell into one of...counsel or no ; and thus they began to discourse. Christian. — Brother, said Christian, what shall we do? The life that we now live is miserable. For...
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Familiar Talks on English Literature: A Manual Embracing the Great Epochs of ...

Abby Sage Richardson - 1892 - 433 halaman
...him to let them go. With that he looked ugly upon them, and rushing to them, had doubtless made an end of them himself, but that he fell into one of...left them as before, to consider what to do." Then the prisoners consult together what is best to do. Christian is almost of the opinion that they would...
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A First[-fifth] Reader, Buku 5

Jenny H. Stickney - 1892
...them, and, rushing to them, had doubtless made an end of them himself, but that he fell into one of his fits, and lost for a time the use of his hands. Wherefore...themselves, whether it was best to take his counsel or no. But they soon resolved to reject it; for it would be very wicked to kill themselves; and, besides,...
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Columbian Fourth Reader

Thomas Rhys Vickroy - 1894 - 288 halaman
...him to let them go ; with which he looked ugly upon them, and rushing at them, had doubtless made an end of them himself, but that he fell into one of...consult between themselves whether it was best to take this counsel or not ; and thus they began to discourse: 8. Christian: Brother, said Christian, what...
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The Pilgrim's Progress from this World to that which is to Come Delivered ...

John Bunyan - 1896 - 195 halaman
...r.its,. (tor he sometimes moun-20 shine weather fell into Fits) and lost for a time the use of his hand ; wherefore he withdrew, and left them as before, to...the Prisoners consult between themselves, whether 't was best to take his counsel or no ; and thus they 2s began to discourse : Chr. Brother, said Christian,...
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The Pilgrim's Progress from this World to that which is to Come: Delivered ...

John Bunyan - 1897 - 434 halaman
...told them, that since they were never like to come out of that place, their only doubtless made an end of them himself, but that he fell into one of his fits (for he sometimes in sunshiny . The Giant weather fell into fits), and lost (for a time) the sometimes use of his hand ; wherefore...
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The International Library of Famous Literature: Selections from ..., Volume 8

Andrew Lang, Donald Grant Mitchell - 1898 - 9822 halaman
...him to let them go. With that he looked ugly upon them, and rushing to them, had doubtless made an end of them himself, but that he fell into one of...counsel or no ; and thus they began to discourse. Christian — Brother, said Christian, what shall we do ? The life that we now live is miserable. For...
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