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"Are you alone, reverend sir, or have you there soldiers ready to seize me?"
"Ah, reverend sir," cried Caderousse, clasping his hands, and drawing nearer to Monte Cristo, "I may indeed say you are my deliverer!"
"Reverend sir," said Caderousse, drawing still nearer.
"By heaven!" cried Caderousse, drawing from his waistcoat an open knife, and striking the count in the breast, "you shall disclose nothing, reverend sir!" To Caderousse's great astonishment, the knife, instead of piercing the count's breast, flew back blunted.
When we reached our hotel and it seemed that he was about to lose the Reverend, he showed so much sorrow, and begged so hard and so earnestly that the Reverend's heart was not hard enough to hold out against the pleadings-- so he went away with the parent-honoring student, like a right Christian, and took supper with him in his lodgings, and sat in the surf-beat of his slang and profanity till near midnight, and then left him--left him pretty well talked out, but grateful "clear down to his frogs," as he expressed it.
Crisparkle and the Reverend Septimus as they sat at breakfast.
The Reverend Septimus took off his spectacles, that he might see her face, as he exclaimed:
"Woman, transgress not beyond the limits of Heaven's mercy!" cried the Reverend Mr.
Jo, apparently possessed by an impression that the reverend gentleman wants to cut his hair, shields his head with both arms and is got into the required position with great difficulty and every possible manifestation of reluctance.
Its compilers and the Reverend Chadband are all one to him, except that he knows the Reverend Chadband and would rather run away from him for an hour than hear him talk for five minutes.
As their horses' hoofs died away, Gurth said to his companion, ``If they follow thy wise direction, the reverend fathers will hardly reach Rotherwood this night.''
``True, Reverend Sir Knight,'' answered the Palmer, to whom the appearance of the Templar seemed perfectly familiar; ``but when those who are under oath to recover the holy city, are found travelling at such a distance from the scene of their duties, can you wonder that a peaceful peasant like me should decline the task which they have abandoned?''
The Reverend Hartman was a tall man with a brown beard.
Reverend Hartman's experience with women had been somewhat limited.
Reverend Curtis Hartman turned and ran out of the office.