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Modern Instance, A
Chapter 8
William Dean Howells
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       _ CHAPTER VIII
       The more Bartley dwelt upon his hard case, during the week that followed, the more it appeared to him that he was punished out of all proportion to his offence. He was in no mood to consider such mercies as that he had been spared from seriously hurting Bird; and that Squire Gaylord and Doctor Wills had united with Henry"s mother in saving him from open disgrace. The physician, indeed, had perhap ......

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