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God knows how people without means are treated."

cause one portion to fear or hate, despise or tyrannize

"Well," said the poor woman, to change the conversation and escape

cause one portion to fear or hate, despise or tyrannize

Clapart's cavilling, "Oscar must be at Presles by this time. How he

cause one portion to fear or hate, despise or tyrannize

will enjoy that fine house and the beautiful park."

"Oh! yes," snarled Clapart, "you expect fine things of him; but, mark

my words, there'll be squabbles wherever he goes."

"Will you never cease to find fault with that poor child?" said the

mother. "What has he done to you? If some day we should live at our



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