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Table of Differences for Chapters 17 - 21

THE TORY LOVER
Sarah Orne Jewett

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Chapter 17

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sticking out of his pocket; I often hid sticking out of his pocket, on his way to hear music with Madame de L'Enclos, once mistress to the great Cardinal.  I hid
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excuse for staying home? 

Our Roger is born out

excuse for staying at home? 

But Roger is born out

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that now Roger will see France, again,

can even stumble through the orchard ground and

that our Roger will see France again, 

can also stumble through the orchard ground, and

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They both laughed, And they both laughed,
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Horace fell from his lap Horace fell heavily from his lap
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ourselves, and he has new ideas; I heard ourselves. And he has new ideas. I heard

 

Chapter 18


 
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destructive, crafty, and evil-minded destructive, crafty and evil-minded
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He had already set them  He had now set them 
 18
O God, how I love her My God, how I love her

 

Chapter 19

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his own arrival.  It was understood his own arrival.
      It was understood
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American ship of war. There was nothing  American ship of war.
      There was nothing 
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since the world began.
     Dickson stood
since the world began.

     Dickson stood

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I own that it is a great disappointment I own that 't is a great disappointment

 

Chapter 20


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hand; it is long hand; 't is long
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 Roger Wallingford; "we were   Roger Wallingford: "we were 
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pacing the deck together.  They

come to naught; he had

pacing the deck.  They

come to naught: he had

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It were easy enough

the quarterdeck

'T were easy enough

the quarter-deck


 

Chapter 21


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fresh from its tailor's wrappings fresh from the tailor's wrappings
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boots in my clean linen  boots in my clean shirts
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last ones to pack your gear for you last to pack your clothes for ye
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If anything should happen to me If anything happens to me
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her mother's feet by the great Renaissance tomb her mother's feet in the great Renaissance tomb
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much spending-money had made most much spending money had made most
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next one saw him thus; frank next one saw him thus: frank
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explained the captain with frankness

distresses, though I had longed

explained the captain, with frankness

distresses, and I had longed

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I lived there for a month I lived there for a while
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where he sails the sea; but

as for Bailli Suffren, he has

wide they tread from

where he sails the seas; but

as for Bailli Suffren, himself, he has

wide they tread, from

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 must now deal with their best French dishes  must deal with their best French dishes
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great man for the proprieties great man for all the proprieties

 
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