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William Makepeace Thackeray: Barry Lyndon (Unabridged)

13:13:36
$179.55

The Memoirs of Barry Lyndon, Esq.

6:56
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My father was well known to the best circles…

5:55
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In performing these sad duties…

4:55
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She fitted up her new abode…

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When we left Castle Brady…

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This I proved pretty clearly…

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I have made acquaintance with the best…

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If the truth must be told…

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At last, and at morning…

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As I got well…

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I am not afraid of any man or ghost…

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Chapter 2

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I must have sat for several hours…

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My uncle now observed that it was getting late…

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When I arrived at home…

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To Nora I wrote…

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Mr. Fagan put my pistol into my hand…

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Chapter 3

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I told this pack of rascals…

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Our supper was seasoned…

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I purposely hurry over the description…

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In a pretty nest of villains indeed…

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Chapter 4

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This victory over the cock of the vile dunghill…

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Although I was called Captain Barry…

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When I think that I…

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Chapter 5

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This intimacy did not decrease…

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The reader will be able to gather…

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'Morgan was taken, then…'

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The game was up.

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Chapter 6

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As the reader knows already my history…

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'No sooner was I in the place…'

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This man was drafted into a regiment…

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I could tell many more stories…

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Chapter 7

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Some days afterwards…

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No man can suppose…

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Although I did not believe a word of this speech…

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Chapter 8

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I have seen a gentleman and his confederate…

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Chapter 9

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'Now was my time to act.'

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At first the minister and the gentleman…

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At this period my uncle…

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Chapter 10

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Duke Victor was fifty years of age…

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It was strange that the princess Olivia…

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When I had put him in such a position…

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The manner to be adopted…

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Chapter 11

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The candour of this statement…

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Seeing the young man's recklessness…

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Before a month was passed…

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Chapter 12

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'I knew of the fact…'

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'The prince's master of the horse…'

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'At last he said…'

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'All her highness's movements…'

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'As if fate impelled her to her death…'

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'The day on which Weissenborn and Bartenstein…'

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Chapter 13

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The countess, when I first saw her…

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'Has her ladyship a very large income?'

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The notion of such a minerva as this…

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I could not go to the play-table for some time…

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I thought these speeches…

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Chapter 14

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As for Castle Brady…

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They gave me the best horses…

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I soon began to enjoy…

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Chapter 15

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This caused the quarrel…

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As my late antagonist was in no sort of danger…

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The wounded young nobleman…

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Lady Lyndon issued from the room…

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Chapter 16

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I wanted to impress her…

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It was three hours past midnight…

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Thus it was that I repaid…

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With this the old fury…

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Chapter 17

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The exterior was, when I first arrived…

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But the squires ate my dinners very readily…

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It is wonderful…

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Mr. Barry Lyndon is not…

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This is a chapter devoted to reminiscences…

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I hated the Tiptoffs so…

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Chapter 18

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The striving after this peerage…

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I never shall forget…

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Young Bullingdon, however…

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At this period I made no difficulty…

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It was about this time…

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It was long before we heard of the fate…

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There was a sleepy coolness…

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Chapter 19

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When we got home…

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Lady Lyndon, always vapourish and nervous…

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Mrs. Barry, on the contrary…

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You should have seen my mother's fury…

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My mother was so enraged…

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Then the whole secret flashed upon me…

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I was in a particularly good humour…

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I told my wife she was a fool…

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I took a lodging in a coffee-house…

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William Makepeace Thackeray: Barry Lyndon (Unabridged)

13:13:36
$213.75

The Memoirs of Barry Lyndon, Esq.

6:56
$1.25

My father was well known to the best circles…

5:55
$1.25

In performing these sad duties…

4:55
$1.25
Show 104 remaining tracks for William Makepeace Thackeray: Barry Lyndon (Unabridged)

She fitted up her new abode…

7:59
$2.50

When we left Castle Brady…

5:19
$1.25

This I proved pretty clearly…

4:36
$1.25

I have made acquaintance with the best…

7:30
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If the truth must be told…

7:19
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At last, and at morning…

7:21
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As I got well…

7:36
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I am not afraid of any man or ghost…

6:42
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Chapter 2

5:40
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I must have sat for several hours…

6:56
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My uncle now observed that it was getting late…

6:57
$1.25

When I arrived at home…

6:42
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To Nora I wrote…

7:14
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Mr. Fagan put my pistol into my hand…

5:53
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Chapter 3

6:13
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I told this pack of rascals…

8:12
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Our supper was seasoned…

6:34
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I purposely hurry over the description…

6:59
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In a pretty nest of villains indeed…

6:24
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Chapter 4

4:02
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This victory over the cock of the vile dunghill…

5:50
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Although I was called Captain Barry…

5:16
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When I think that I…

9:37
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Chapter 5

6:27
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This intimacy did not decrease…

7:51
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The reader will be able to gather…

8:27
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'Morgan was taken, then…'

8:07
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The game was up.

6:13
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Chapter 6

8:17
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As the reader knows already my history…

8:19
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'No sooner was I in the place…'

9:34
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This man was drafted into a regiment…

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I could tell many more stories…

8:57
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Chapter 7

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Some days afterwards…

7:31
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No man can suppose…

7:15
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Although I did not believe a word of this speech…

8:01
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Chapter 8

9:05
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I have seen a gentleman and his confederate…

9:37
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Chapter 9

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'Now was my time to act.'

6:43
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At first the minister and the gentleman…

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At this period my uncle…

9:32
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Chapter 10

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Duke Victor was fifty years of age…

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It was strange that the princess Olivia…

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When I had put him in such a position…

8:58
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The manner to be adopted…

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Chapter 11

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The candour of this statement…

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Seeing the young man's recklessness…

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Before a month was passed…

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Chapter 12

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'I knew of the fact…'

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'The prince's master of the horse…'

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'At last he said…'

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'All her highness's movements…'

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'As if fate impelled her to her death…'

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'The day on which Weissenborn and Bartenstein…'

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Chapter 13

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The countess, when I first saw her…

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'Has her ladyship a very large income?'

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The notion of such a minerva as this…

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I could not go to the play-table for some time…

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I thought these speeches…

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Chapter 14

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As for Castle Brady…

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They gave me the best horses…

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I soon began to enjoy…

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Chapter 15

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This caused the quarrel…

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As my late antagonist was in no sort of danger…

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The wounded young nobleman…

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Lady Lyndon issued from the room…

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Chapter 16

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I wanted to impress her…

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It was three hours past midnight…

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Thus it was that I repaid…

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With this the old fury…

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Chapter 17

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The exterior was, when I first arrived…

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But the squires ate my dinners very readily…

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It is wonderful…

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Mr. Barry Lyndon is not…

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This is a chapter devoted to reminiscences…

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I hated the Tiptoffs so…

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Chapter 18

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The striving after this peerage…

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I never shall forget…

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Young Bullingdon, however…

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At this period I made no difficulty…

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It was about this time…

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It was long before we heard of the fate…

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There was a sleepy coolness…

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Chapter 19

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When we got home…

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Lady Lyndon, always vapourish and nervous…

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Mrs. Barry, on the contrary…

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You should have seen my mother's fury…

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My mother was so enraged…

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Then the whole secret flashed upon me…

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I was in a particularly good humour…

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I told my wife she was a fool…

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I took a lodging in a coffee-house…

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