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" All the way from the hotel to the Rotunda (a mile), I had to contend against the stream of people who were turned away. When I got there, they had broken the glass in the payboxes, and were offering freely for a stall. Half of my platform had to be taken... "
The Life of Charles Lever - 269. oldal
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The Life of Charles Dickens, 3. kötet

John Forster - 1874
...me!" The last night in Dublin was an extraordinary dtowy scene. sceng_ « you ^ hard,y in)ngjne it A11 "way from the hotel to the Rotunda (a mile), I "had..."broken the glass in the pay-boxes, and were "offering 0,5 freely for a stall. Half of my plat"form had to be taken down, and people heaped "in among the...

The Works of Charles Dickens ...

Charles Dickens - 1899
...Ireland. Dat was me ! ' The last night in Dublin was an extraordinary scene. ' You ' can hardly imagine it All the way from the hotel to the ' Rotunda (a mile),...broken the ' glass in the pay-boxes, and were offering £$ freely for a stall. ' Half of my platform had to be taken down, and people heaped ' in among the...

The Life of Charles Dickens

Sir Frank Thomas Marzials - 1908 - 521 oldal
...Ireland. Dat was me ! " The last night in Dublin was an extraordinary scene. " You can hardly imagine it. All the way from the hotel to the Rotunda (a mile), I had to contend against the .-tream of people who were turned away. When I got there, they had broken the glass in the pay-boxes,...




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