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Table of Differences for Chapters 35 - 39

THE TORY LOVER
Sarah Orne Jewett

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Chapter 35


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brave colt again.  The old merchant looked brave colt again.
      The old merchant looked
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know the reason.  know the reason why. 
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Wallingford had lived in England.  She suddenly understood against her will why

those sad, familiar prejudices faded away

bewildered her; it was like some

Wallingford had been in England.  She suddenly understood this new reason why

those sad, unwelcome prejudices faded away

bewildered her; 't was like some

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It was a sharp touch 'T was a sharp touch
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it would be pleasant

This was a fine day

't would be pleasant

'T was a fine day

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the Ministers of His Majesty  the ministers of his Majesty 
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she faltered for one moment she faltered for a moment
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 he took instant refuge in reading the letter  he took refuge in reading the letter
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I must drop our usual term

the terror of all our ports now

distressed parent, indeed!

I may drop our usual term

the terror of our ports now

distressed parent indeed!

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You know that we captured

a sorry house of correction

You know we captured

a sorry place of correction

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she repeated more calmly she repeated, more calmly
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she would have her way she would have her own way
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"The writer was very sure "He was very sure
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the ceiling with affected indifference as his glass

long ride back again to Bristol

at good Peter's hands

the ceiling as his glass

long ride back to Bristol

at our good Peter's hands

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door was thrown open and door was opened wide, and
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You must have heard of the Honorable Mr. Davis, of Bristol, my lord?    one of their great merchants.  I have told

you had brought such a letter

You may have heard of Mr. Alderman Davis, of Bristol, my lord? I have told 

you had such a letter


 

Chapter 36


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and of State too, why, beyond this and of state too, why beyond this
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his history is known."  his history is well known." 
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her life-long acquaintance

she knew more than

her lifelong acquaintance

she herself knew something more than

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though Barrington is a narrow soul though 't is a narrow soul
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He fears again that his great

The Earl is an old sailor

 before I speak with the Earl

He fears that his great

The earl is an old sailor

 before I speak with the earl

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 table with emphatic approval, as he rose  table with emphatic disapproval, as he rose
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A second glass may be better A second glass is always better
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It has touched my heart to think It touches my heart to think
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when Miss Hamilton had mounted when Miss Hamilton was mounted
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gentlefolk; it was a lovely day

This was a fine sight

It was a pretty thing

good news to Bristol; Lord Newburgh

from captivity, but, unknown to her, they had won

gentlefolk; 't was a lovely day

'T was a fine sight

'T was a pretty thing

good news to Bristol, Lord Newburgh

from captivity, but they had won

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easy promise of freedom.
     "She's a rebel 
easy promise of freedom.

      "She's a rebel 

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for her concerns.  "I'll make him ride for her concerns.
     "I'll make him ride

 

Chapter 37


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sit at table.  The alderman was irresolute sit at table. 
     The alderman was irresolute
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"I fear that I am spent to-night  "I fear that I am well spent to-night 
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face the room.  The landlord face the room. 
     The landlord
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The three best horses are returned The three best are returned
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he had already told her he had told her
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the innkeeper's face.

     When Mary waked

the innkeeper's face.
     When Mary waked
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which she had planned which she had earlier planned
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slid heavily to the ground as if he were dead slid heavily to the ground, as if he were dead
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Now that they stand away

I wish we had brought more wine and food to these poor fellows!  Let us go in at once," she cried again, and was in a passion of pity and terror at the sight.

Now that they are away

Let us go in at once.  I wish we had brought more wine and food to these poor fellows!" she cried again, and was in a passion of pity and terror at the sight.

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"And if you're once in, "And if you're in,
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his early guests entered

had decent supplies for the prison, and

his early guests came in

had decent supplies, and

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and her escort appeared. and her escort entered.
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"I am fearful of your sad disappointment "I am afraid of your sad disappointment
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turned to some records, and turned to some papers, and
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came away.  "You brought came away.
     "You brought
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the governor then asked brusquely

should soon look again into

the note that she had written

the governor asked brusquely

should soon look into

the note she had written


 
 

Chapter 38


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had left behind.  Something to Mary's wonder had left behind.
      Something to Mary's wonder
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wavered on the ground and hid them  wavered on the ground to hide them 
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even Lord Mount Edgecumbe himself even the great Lord Mount Edgecumbe himself
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church of St. Augustine church of Augustine
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the lofty roof.  There was no one the lofty roof.
     There was no one
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many ancient tablets covered many ancient mural tablets covered
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of old Peggy and the young maids

the wide doors shut

of old Peggy, and the young maids

the wide doors all shut

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could not stop her tears.
      There came the sound
could not stop her tears.

      There came the sound

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up the nave: it might

She noticed, then, in a dull way

up the nave of the abbey: it might

She noticed then, in a dull way


 
 

Chapter 39


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tears; it was no sign

but he stood ready

tears; 't was no sign

but he at once stood ready

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Queen: it was a record  Queen: 't was a record 
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Now more than ever he might easily More than ever now he might easily
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brought you here," he answered. brought you here," he answered her.
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but when He sends the comfort but when he sends the comfort
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be bold, my lord captain be bold, my-lord captain
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There is a well-manned, able fish-boat out

bring the worst of my ship's company with me;

There is an able, well-manned fish boat out

bring with me the worst of my ship's company;

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If you were only in France, with my dear ladies there, they would love and cherish you with all their kind hearts!  If you were only in France, with my dear ladies there!  They would love and cherish you with all their kind hearts.
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sure that you have been a good friend sure that you also have been a friend
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is done; I have known him is done; but I have known him
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in hand; it would make you

dead on the great moors, or

in hand; 't would make you

dead on the great moor, or

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I should give my life I shall give my life
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't is his bad use of it 't is his use of it
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some word to me, if he were innocent. some word to me.
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"Oh, that I had only spoken! "Oh that I had only spoken!
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to ring in the tower, and to ring in the tower above, and
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alone with strangers; she forgot alone with strangers; and she forgot
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full of most tender pity for

things: it was not alone

full of tenderest pity for

things: 't was not alone

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and was gone.
     The old verger crossed
and was gone.

     The old verger crossed

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"He is a good man."  And she smiled

where the captain left her

"He is a good man," and she smiled

where the captain had left her

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and once stood still in the street and stood still once in the street

 
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