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A Set Of Rogues

Auhtor: Frank Barrett

Language: english

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Review by Stephen M. Charme, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Set Of Rogues':

... that so they might attack us on all sides and surely this had done our business but that Don Lopez, flinging himself before us with his knife raised ...
... from the other, how the sort of sanctuary thus provided was never violated either by Algerine or Spaniard, but each was free to come and go ...
... two peas in a pod, and having no sort of adversities to give savour to our ease, we found existence the most flat, insipid, dull thing possible. I remember ...
... Thee shalt have it truly wait but a little while, good friend, a little while. Wait a little while and founder altogether, eh? I know you ...
... gown, remembering she had a very becoming stomacher the gentleman believing that he did give her a lucky penny, and so forth, from very vanity. Then ...
... to escape another day in the stocks. Accordingly, before the break of day, we were afoot, and after noiselessly packing our effects in the ...
... then a word of approval from him, nay, a glance, would suffice to fix her choice until she found that his admiration needed rekindling. And so, ...
... What have I done to deserve your love, or this lady your hate? Nothing. You would pit us one against the other merely to keep your hold upon ...
... darest. I do confess that this parting shot went home to my conscience, and troubled my mind considerably for feeling that he was in the ...
... drove out so many tradesmen from the city. Here Moll spends her money royally, buying whatever catches her eye that is rich and beautiful, not only ...
... I feel disposed to,-you will see me to-morrow morning in my usual health. I shan't attempt to rise this evening (For mercy's sake, don't, cries ...
... lighting another cigarro, and setting his chair towards us, says as he takes his knee up betwixt his long, thin fingers: Now let us come ...
... with tears, he says: Han't you a word of comfort, Kit, for a broken-hearted man? I stammered a few words that had more sound than sense ...
... her ideas flowed in another and deeper channel. Maybe she only desired her father to talk that she might be left the freer to think. 'Twas near ...
... might more readily purchase Moll's freedom of her captors. However, says he, if I can show 'em the use of chairs and benches, for lack of which ...
... views to enchant the senses, that a dull man would be inspirited to a happy, cheerful mood. 'Twas close upon nine o'clock when we reached the ...
... these two being despatched, we return to shore, and two more of our men will get in then we four to the felucca, and there boarding, we serve ...
... 'Tis all through me that we drown to-night. Nay, 'tis a blessing that we die all together, and none left to mourn. That may be for ...
... hunt all London through to find that Mr. Richard Godwin, who was the next of kin, hinting that he would certainly give us such sanction as we required ...
... once more and on a path no easier than before, but worse-like a very housetop for steepness, without a tinge of any living thing for succour if one ...