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Table of Differences for Chapters 13 - 16

THE TORY LOVER
Sarah Orne Jewett

The Atlantic Monthly Serialization

- The Atlantic Monthly text has no chapter titles or epigraphs.  These were added to the First Edition text.
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- "Duke de Chartres" in the Altantic text becomes "Duke of Chartres" in the first edition.
Chapter 13


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 3
ready, as usual, for ready as usual for
 4
Green was writing  Dr. Green was writing 
 14
he agreed; "we he agreed: "we
 23
no one likes being laughed at. no one likes to be laughed at.
 25
current of general interest current of their general interest
 26
on Sligo Point beyond the Gulf Road

no common-place fancy

on Sligo Point, beyond the Gulf Road

no commonplace fancy


 

Chapter 14


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 7
added a handful of pipes added a handful of cigars
 12
that it is to Simpson they must to look  that 't is to Simpson they must to look 
 15/16
brother's groans!'

     "There's a hymn for him!"

brother's groans!'

"There's a hymn for him!"

 16
see it for yourself, Mr. Wallingford." see it for yourself, Mr. Wallingford?"
 22
sudden fury.  He sprang sudden fury, and he sprang
 26
no Captain Kidd, nor am I another Blackbeard. no Captain Kidd, nor am I another Tench or a Blackbeard.
 27
a life at sea, like yourself.

you commanded that we should speak

a life at sea, like yourself, sir.

you commanded we should speak

 31
Since I came on board this ship Since I came on this ship

 

Chapter 15


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 23
"At setting day and rising moon," "At setting day and rising moon," --

 

Chapter 16


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 3
the flag-stoned court the flagstoned court
don't you take notice ‘bout  don't you care nothin' ‘bout 
17 
Goodwins, Plaisteds, Spencers, Keays

army's strength and fury of firebrand

Goodwins, Plaisteds, Keays

army's strength and fury, of firebrand

 20
he last sent me word he sent me word
 28
a rough, ledgy bit a rough ledgy bit
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They were monarchs of the whole landscape They were masters of the whole landscape
 33
Keep away wit' yourself

keep back now

Kape away wit' yourself

kape back now

 34
"It is I, Mary Hamilton "It is I, -- Mary Hamilton
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Get out of me road, then Get out of my way, then
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indeed!" cried the master's wife, bursting

brownie and half a tame enough grandmotherly

indeed!" cried Mrs. Sullivan, bursting

brownie, and half a tame enough, grandmotherly

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don't know, have ye brought don't know have ye brought

 
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