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" ... their corn by them till it was very dear, and then sell it for twice its value; they had heaps of gold lying about on their floors, yet it was never known that they had given so much as a penny or a crust in charity ; they never went to mass ; grumbled... "
The King of the Golden River; Or, The Black Brothers: A Legend of Stiria - Стр. 16
авторы: John Ruskin - 1873 - Страниц: 68
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Little Classics: Childhood

Rossiter Johnson - 1875
...a crust in charity ; they never went to mass ; grumbled perpetually at paying tithes ; and were, in a word, of so cruel and grinding a temper, as to receive...Brothers.",, The youngest brother, Gluck, was as completely op. posed, in both appearance and character, to his seniors as could possibly be imagined or desired....
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The Complete Works of John Ruskin, Том 17

John Ruskin - 1891
...a crust in charity ; they never went to mass ; grumbled perpetually at paying tithes ; and were, in a word, of so cruel and grinding a temper, as to receive...they had any dealings, the nickname of the "Black Brothera" The youngest brother, Gluck, was as completely opposed, in both appearance and character,...
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Johnson's First-[fifth] Reader ...

Eugene Cunningham Branson - 1899
...floors, yet it was never known that they had given so much as a penny or a crust in charity. They were of so cruel and grinding a temper as to receive from...the nickname of the " Black Brothers." The youngest, Gluck, was very different, in both appearance and character, from the other two. He was not above twelve...
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Choice Literature ... for Primary Grades, Книги 2

1900
...or even a crust in charity; they never went to mass ; they grumbled at paying tithes ; and were, in a word, of so cruel and grinding a temper, as to receive from all those who had any dealings with them, the nickname of the " Black Brothers." The 3'oungest brother, Gluck,...
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Choice Literature: Book Two : for Primary Grades

1900 - Страниц: 160
...or even a crust in charity ; they never went to mass ; they grumbled at paying tithes ; and were, in a word, of so cruel and grinding a temper, as to receive from all those who had any dealings with them, the nickname of the " Black Brothers^" The youngest brother, Gluck,...
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The Young Folks' Library: A book of famous fairy tales

1901
...or a crust in charity. They never went to mass, grumbled perpetually at paying tithes, and were, in a word, of so cruel and grinding a temper, as to receive from all those with whom they had any dealing, the nickname of the " Black Brothers." The youngest brother, Gluck, was as completely opposed,...
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Sesame and Lilies: And The King of the Golden River

John Ruskin - 1903 - Страниц: 230
...a crust in charity ; they never went to mass ; grumbled perpetually at paying tithes ; and were, in a word, of so cruel and grinding a temper, as to receive...imagined or desired. He was not above twelve years old, 'lir, blue-eyed, and kind in temper to every living thing. He did not, of course, agree particularly...
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The Heart of Oak Books: Fourth Book : Fairy Tales, Narratives, and Poems

Charles Eliot Norton - 1903 - Страниц: 238
...a crust in charity ; they never went to mass; grumbled perpetually at paying tithes ; and were, in a word, of so cruel and grinding a temper, as to receive...any dealings, the nickname of the "Black Brothers." usually appointed to the honorable office of turnspit, when there was anything to roast, which was...
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Literary Readings: An Introduction to the Study of Literature

Charles Madison Curry - 1903 - Страниц: 496
...or a crust in charity; they never went to mass; grumbled perpetually at paying tithes; and were, in a word, of so cruel and grinding a temper, as to receive...any dealings, the nickname of the "Black Brothers." 50 The youngest brother, Gluck, was as completely opposed, in both appearance and character, to his...
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Grammar and composition

Carolyn M. Robbins - 1907
...or a crust in charity; they never went to mass; grumbled perpetually at paying tithes; and were, in a word, of so cruel and grinding a temper, as to receive...blue-eyed and kind in temper to every living thing 1 . He did not, of course, agree particularly well with his brothers, or, rather, they did not agree...
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