virtues of American manhood, the American type of manhood

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Just then the cracking of a postilion's whip and the noise of a

virtues of American manhood, the American type of manhood

carriage stopping before the house was heard, this arrival having

virtues of American manhood, the American type of manhood

apparently put the whole street into a commotion. Clapart, who heard

virtues of American manhood, the American type of manhood

the opening of many windows, looked out himself to see what was

"They have sent Oscar back to you in a post-chaise," he cried, in a

tone of satisfaction, though in truth he felt inwardly uneasy.

"Good heavens! what can have happened to him?" cried the poor mother,

trembling like a leaf shaken by the autumn wind.



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