Frankenstein Variorum Collation Data

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  1. It is missing the ending of the novel, because it represents collation units 1 to 26, out of 33 total units. (This is because the last seven collation units have not yet been batch processed with collateX.)
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Witness: f1818 <head/>PREFACE.<head/><p/>T<hi/>HE<hi/> event on which this fiction is founded has been supposed, by Dr. Darwin, and some of the physiological writers of Germany, as not of impossible occurrence. I shall not be supposed as according the remotest degree of serious faith to such an imagination; yet, in assuming it as the basis of a work of fancy, I have not considered myself as merely weaving a series of supernatural terrors. The event on which the interest of the story depends is exempt from the disadvantages of a mere tale of spectres or enchantment. It was recommended by the novelty of the situations which it developes; and, however impossible as a physical fact, affords a point of view to the imagination for the delineating of human passions more comprehensive and commanding than any which the ordinary relations of existing events can yield.<p/><p/>I have thus endeavoured to preserve the truth of the elementary principles of human nature, while I have not scrupled to innovate upon their combinations. The <hi/>Iliad<hi/>, the tragic poetry of
Witness: f1823 <head/>PREFACE.<head/><p/>T<hi/>HE<hi/> event on which this fiction is founded has been supposed, by Dr. Darwin, and some of the physiological writers of Germany, as not of impossible occurrence. I shall not be supposed as according the remotest degree of serious faith to such an imagination; yet, in assuming it as the basis of a work of fancy, I have not considered myself as merely weaving a series of supernatural terrors. The event on which the interest of the story depends is exempt from the disadvantages of a mere tale of spectres or enchantment. It was recommended by the novelty of the situations which it developes; and, however impossible as a physical fact, affords a point of view to the imagination for the delineating of human passions more comprehensive and commanding than any which the ordinary relations of existing events can yield.<p/><p/>I have thus endeavoured to preserve the truth of the elementary principles of human nature, while I have not scrupled to innovate upon their combinations. The Iliad, the tragic poetry of
Witness: fThomas <head/>PREFACE.<head/><p/>T<hi/>HE<hi/> event on which this fiction is founded has been supposed, by Dr. Darwin, and some of the physiological writers of Germany, as not of impossible occurrence. I shall not be supposed as according the remotest degree of serious faith to such an imagination; yet, in assuming it as the basis of a work of fancy, I have not considered myself as merely weaving a series of supernatural terrors. The event on which the interest of the story depends is exempt from the disadvantages of a mere tale of spectres or enchantment. It was recommended by the novelty of the situations which it developes; and, however impossible as a physical fact, affords a point of view to the imagination for the delineating of human passions more comprehensive and commanding than any which the ordinary relations of existing events can yield.<p/><p/>I have thus endeavoured to preserve the truth of the elementary principles of human nature, while I have not scrupled to innovate upon their combinations. The <hi/>Iliad<hi/>, the tragic poetry of
Witness: f1831 <head/>PREFACE.<head/><p/>T<hi/>HE<hi/> event on which this fiction is founded has been supposed, by Dr. Darwin, and some of the physiological writers of Germany, as not of impossible occurrence. I shall not be supposed as according the remotest degree of serious faith to such an imagination; yet, in assuming it as the basis of a work of fancy, I have not considered myself as merely weaving a series of supernatural terrors. The event on which the interest of the story depends is exempt from the disadvantages of a mere tale of spectres or enchantment. It was recommended by the novelty of the situations which it developes; and, however impossible as a physical fact, affords a point of view to the imagination for the delineating of human passions more comprehensive and commanding than any which the ordinary relations of existing events can yield.<p/><p/>I have thus endeavoured to preserve the truth of the elementary principles of human nature, while I have not scrupled to innovate upon their combinations. The Iliad, the tragic poetry of

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Witness: f1818 Greece,—Shakespeare,
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Witness: f1818 <hi/>Tempest<hi/>
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Witness: f1818 and <hi/>Midsummer Night’s Dream<hi/>,—and most especially Milton, in <hi/>Paradise Lost<hi/>, conform to this rule; and the most humble novelist, who seeks to confer or receive amusement from his labours, may, without presumption, apply to prose fiction a licence, or rather a rule, from the adoption of which so many exquisite combinations of human feeling have resulted in the highest specimens of poetry.<p/><p/>The circumstance on which my story rests was suggested in casual conversation. It was
Witness: f1823 and Midsummer Night’s Dream,—and most especially Milton, in Paradise Lost, conform to this rule; and the most humble novelist, who seeks to confer or receive amusement from his labours, may, without presumption, apply to prose fiction a licence, or rather a rule, from the adoption of which so many exquisite combinations of human feeling have resulted in the highest specimens of poetry.<p/><p/>The circumstance on which my story rests was suggested in casual conversation. It was
Witness: fThomas and <hi/>Midsummer Night’s Dream<hi/>,—and most especially Milton, in <hi/>Paradise Lost<hi/>, conform to this rule; and the most humble novelist, who seeks to confer or receive amusement from his labours, may, without presumption, apply to prose fiction a licence, or rather a rule, from the adoption of which so many exquisite combinations of human feeling have resulted in the highest specimens of poetry.<p/><p/>The circumstance on which my story rests was suggested in casual conversation. It was
Witness: f1831 and Midsummer Night’s Dream,—and most especially Milton, in Paradise Lost, conform to this rule; and the most humble novelist, who seeks to confer or receive amusement from his labours, may, without presumption, apply to prose fiction a licence, or rather a rule, from the adoption of which so many exquisite combinations of human feeling have resulted in the highest specimens of poetry.<p/><p/>The circumstance on which my story rests was suggested in casual conversation. It was

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Witness: f1818 partly as a source of amusement, and partly as an expedient for exercising any untried resources of mind. Other motives were mingled with these, as the work proceeded. I am by no means indifferent to the manner in which whatever moral tendencies exist in the sentiments or characters it contains shall affect the reader; yet my chief concern in this respect has been limited to the avoiding the enervating effects of the novels of the present day, and to the exhibition of the amiableness of domestic affection, and the excellence of universal virtue. The opinions which naturally spring from the character and situation of the hero are by no means to be conceived as existing always in my own conviction; nor is any inference justly to be drawn from the following pages as prejudicing any philosophical doctrine of whatever kind.<p/><p/>It is a subject also of additional interest to the author, that this story was begun in the majestic region where the scene is principally laid, and in society which cannot cease to be regretted. I passed the summer of 1816 in the environs of Geneva. The season was cold and rainy, and in the evenings we crowded around a blazing wood fire, and occasionally amused ourselves with some German stories of ghosts, which happened to fall into our hands. These tales excited in us a playful desire of imitation. Two other friends (a tale from the pen of one of whom would be far more acceptable to the public than any thing I can ever hope to produce) and myself agreed to write each a story, founded on some supernatural occurrence.<p/><p/>The weather, however, suddenly became serene; and my two friends left me on a journey among the Alps, and lost, in the magnificent scenes which they present, all memory of their ghostly visions. The following tale is the only one which has been
Witness: f1823 partly as a source of amusement, and partly as an expedient for exercising any untried resources of mind. Other motives were mingled with these, as the work proceeded. I am by no means indifferent to the manner in which whatever moral tendencies exist in the sentiments or characters it contains shall affect the reader; yet my chief concern in this respect has been limited to the avoiding the enervating effects of the novels of the present day, and to the exhibition of the amiableness of domestic affection, and the excellence of universal virtue. The opinions which naturally spring from the character and situation of the hero are by no means to be conceived as existing always in my own conviction; nor is any inference justly to be drawn from the following pages as prejudicing any philosophical doctrine of whatever kind.<p/><p/>It is a subject also of additional interest to the author, that this story was begun in the majestic region where the scene is principally laid, and in society which cannot cease to be regretted. I passed the summer of 1816 in the environs of Geneva. The season was cold and rainy, and in the evenings we crowded around a blazing wood fire, and occasionally amused ourselves with some German stories of ghosts, which happened to fall into our hands. These tales excited in us a playful desire of imitation. Two other friends (a tale from the pen of one of whom would be far more acceptable to the public than any thing I can ever hope to produce) and myself agreed to write each a story, founded on some supernatural occurrence.<p/><p/>The weather, however, suddenly became serene; and my two friends left me on a journey among the Alps, and lost, in the magnificent scenes which they present, all memory of their ghostly visions. The following tale is the only one which has been
Witness: fThomas partly as a source of amusement, and partly as an expedient for exercising any untried resources of mind. Other motives were mingled with these, as the work proceeded. I am by no means indifferent to the manner in which whatever moral tendencies exist in the sentiments or characters it contains shall affect the reader; yet my chief concern in this respect has been limited to the avoiding the enervating effects of the novels of the present day, and to the exhibition of the amiableness of domestic affection, and the excellence of universal virtue. The opinions which naturally spring from the character and situation of the hero are by no means to be conceived as existing always in my own conviction; nor is any inference justly to be drawn from the following pages as prejudicing any philosophical doctrine of whatever kind.<p/><p/>It is a subject also of additional interest to the author, that this story was begun in the majestic region where the scene is principally laid, and in society which cannot cease to be regretted. I passed the summer of 1816 in the environs of Geneva. The season was cold and rainy, and in the evenings we crowded around a blazing wood fire, and occasionally amused ourselves with some German stories of ghosts, which happened to fall into our hands. These tales excited in us a playful desire of imitation. Two other friends (a tale from the pen of one of whom would be far more acceptable to the public than any thing I can ever hope to produce) and myself agreed to write each a story, founded on some supernatural occurrence.<p/><p/>The weather, however, suddenly became serene; and my two friends left me on a journey among the Alps, and lost, in the magnificent scenes which they present, all memory of their ghostly visions. The following tale is the only one which has been
Witness: f1831 partly as a source of amusement, and partly as an expedient for exercising any untried resources of mind. Other motives were mingled with these, as the work proceeded. I am by no means indifferent to the manner in which whatever moral tendencies exist in the sentiments or characters it contains shall affect the reader; yet my chief concern in this respect has been limited to the avoiding the enervating effects of the novels of the present day, and to the exhibition of the amiableness of domestic affection, and the excellence of universal virtue. The opinions which naturally spring from the character and situation of the hero are by no means to be conceived as existing always in my own conviction; nor is any inference justly to be drawn from the following pages as prejudicing any philosophical doctrine of whatever kind.<p/><p/>It is a subject also of additional interest to the author, that this story was begun in the majestic region where the scene is principally laid, and in society which cannot cease to be regretted. I passed the summer of 1816 in the environs of Geneva. The season was cold and rainy, and in the evenings we crowded around a blazing wood fire, and occasionally amused ourselves with some German stories of ghosts, which happened to fall into our hands. These tales excited in us a playful desire of imitation. Two other friends (a tale from the pen of one of whom would be far more acceptable to the public than any thing I can ever hope to produce) and myself agreed to write each a story, founded on some supernatural occurrence.<p/><p/>The weather, however, suddenly became serene; and my two friends left me on a journey among the Alps, and lost, in the magnificent scenes which they present, all memory of their ghostly visions. The following tale is the only one which has been

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Witness: f1818 completed.<p/>
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Witness: f1831 completed.<p/><p/>Marlow, September, 1817.<p/>

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Witness: f1818 <head/>FRANKENSTEIN;<head/><head/><hi/>OR, THE<hi/><head/><head/><hi/>MODERN
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Witness: f1818 Mrs.<hi/> S<hi/>AVILLE<hi/>,
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Witness: f1823 <hi/>England<hi/>.<head/><p/> St.

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Witness: f1818 Petersburgh, Dec. 11th, 17—.<p/><p/>Y<hi/>OU<hi/> will rejoice to hear that no disaster has accompanied the commencement of an enterprise which you have regarded with such evil forebodings. I arrived here yesterday; and my first task is to assure my dear sister of my welfare, and increasing confidence in the success of my undertaking.<p/><p/>I am already far north of London; and as I walk in the streets of Petersburgh, I feel a cold northern breeze play upon my cheeks, which braces my nerves, and fills me with delight. Do you understand this feeling? This breeze, which has travelled from the regions towards which I am advancing, gives me a foretaste of those icy climes. Inspirited by this wind of promise, my day dreams become more fervent and vivid. I try in vain to be persuaded that the pole is the seat of frost and desolation; it ever presents itself to my imagination as the region of beauty and delight. There, Margaret, the sun is
Witness: f1823 Petersburgh, Dec. 11th, 17—.<p/><p/>Y<hi/>OU<hi/> will rejoice to hear that no disaster has accompanied the commencement of an enterprise which you have regarded with such evil forebodings. I arrived here yesterday; and my first task is to assure my dear sister of my welfare, and increasing confidence in the success of my undertaking.<p/><p/>I am already far north of London; and as I walk in the streets of Petersburgh, I feel a cold northern breeze play upon my cheeks, which braces my nerves, and fills me with delight. Do you understand this feeling? This breeze, which has travelled from the regions towards which I am advancing, gives me a foretaste of those icy climes. Inspirited by this wind of promise, my day dreams become more fervent and vivid. I try in vain to be persuaded that the pole is the seat of frost and desolation; it ever presents itself to my imagination as the region of beauty and delight. There, Margaret, the sun is
Witness: fThomas Petersburgh, Dec. 11th, 17—.<p/><p/>Y<hi/>OU<hi/> will rejoice to hear that no disaster has accompanied the commencement of an enterprise which you have regarded with such evil forebodings. I arrived here yesterday; and my first task is to assure my dear sister of my welfare, and increasing confidence in the success of my undertaking.<p/><p/>I am already far north of London; and as I walk in the streets of Petersburgh, I feel a cold northern breeze play upon my cheeks, which braces my nerves, and fills me with delight. Do you understand this feeling? This breeze, which has travelled from the regions towards which I am advancing, gives me a foretaste of those icy climes. Inspirited by this wind of promise, my day dreams become more fervent and vivid. I try in vain to be persuaded that the pole is the seat of frost and desolation; it ever presents itself to my imagination as the region of beauty and delight. There, Margaret, the sun is
Witness: f1831 Petersburgh, Dec. 11th, 17—.<p/><p/>Y<hi/>OU<hi/> will rejoice to hear that no disaster has accompanied the commencement of an enterprise which you have regarded with such evil forebodings. I arrived here yesterday; and my first task is to assure my dear sister of my welfare, and increasing confidence in the success of my undertaking.<p/><p/>I am already far north of London; and as I walk in the streets of Petersburgh, I feel a cold northern breeze play upon my cheeks, which braces my nerves, and fills me with delight. Do you understand this feeling? This breeze, which has travelled from the regions towards which I am advancing, gives me a foretaste of those icy climes. Inspirited by this wind of promise, my day dreams become more fervent and vivid. I try in vain to be persuaded that the pole is the seat of frost and desolation; it ever presents itself to my imagination as the region of beauty and delight. There, Margaret, the sun is

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Witness: f1818 its broad disk just skirting the horizon, and diffusing a perpetual splendour. There—for with your leave, my sister, I will put some trust in preceding navigators—there snow and frost are banished; and, sailing over a calm sea, we may be wafted to a land surpassing in wonders and in beauty every region hitherto discovered on the habitable globe. Its productions and features may be without example, as the
Witness: f1823 its broad disk just skirting the horizon, and diffusing a perpetual splendour. There—for with your leave, my sister, I will put some trust in preceding navigators—there snow and frost are banished; and, sailing over a calm sea, we may be wafted to a land surpassing in wonders and in beauty every region hitherto discovered on the habitable globe. Its productions and features may be without example, as the
Witness: fThomas its broad disk just skirting the horizon, and diffusing a perpetual splendour. There—for with your leave, my sister, I will put some trust in preceding navigators—there snow and frost are banished; and, sailing over a calm sea, we may be wafted to a land surpassing in wonders and in beauty every region hitherto discovered on the habitable globe. Its productions and features may be without example, as the
Witness: f1831 its broad disk just skirting the horizon, and diffusing a perpetual splendour. There—for with your leave, my sister, I will put some trust in preceding navigators—there snow and frost are banished; and, sailing over a calm sea, we may be wafted to a land surpassing in wonders and in beauty every region hitherto discovered on the habitable globe. Its productions and features may be without example, as the

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Witness: f1818 of the heavenly bodies undoubtedly are in those undiscovered solitudes. What may not be expected in a country
Witness: f1823 of the heavenly bodies undoubtedly are in those undiscovered solitudes. What may not be expected in a country
Witness: fThomas of the heavenly bodies undoubtedly are in those undiscovered solitudes. What may not be expected in a country
Witness: f1831 of the heavenly bodies undoubtedly are in those undiscovered solitudes. What may not be expected in a country

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Witness: fThomas of eternal light? <add/>ruled by different laws and in which numerous circumstances enforce a belief that the aspect of nature differs essentially from anything of which we have any experience.<add/>

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Witness: f1818 I may there discover the wondrous power which attracts the needle; and may regulate a thousand celestial observations, that require only this voyage to render their seeming eccentricities consistent for ever. I shall satiate my ardent curiosity with the sight of a part of the world never before visited, and may tread a land never before imprinted by the foot of man. These are my enticements, and they are sufficient to conquer all fear of danger or death, and to induce me to commence this laborious voyage with the joy a child feels when he embarks in a little boat, with his holiday mates, on an expedition of discovery up his native river. But, supposing all these conjectures to be false, you cannot contest the inestimable benefit which I shall confer on all mankind to the last generation, by discovering a passage near the pole to those countries, to reach which at present so many months are requisite; or by ascertaining the secret of the magnet, which, if at all possible, can only be effected by an undertaking such as mine.<p/><p/>These reflections have dispelled the agitation with which I began my letter, and I feel my heart glow with an enthusiasm which elevates me to heaven; for nothing contributes so much to
Witness: f1823 I may there discover the wondrous power which attracts the needle; and may regulate a thousand celestial observations, that require only this voyage to render their seeming eccentricities consistent for ever. I shall satiate my ardent curiosity with the sight of a part of the world never before visited, and may tread a land never before imprinted by the foot of man. These are my enticements, and they are sufficient to conquer all fear of danger or death, and to induce me to commence this laborious voyage with the joy a child feels when he embarks in a little boat, with his holiday mates, on an expedition of discovery up his native river. But, supposing all these conjectures to be false, you cannot contest the inestimable benefit which I shall confer on all mankind to the last generation, by discovering a passage near the pole to those countries, to reach which at present so many months are requisite; or by ascertaining the secret of the magnet, which, if at all possible, can only be effected by an undertaking such as mine.<p/><p/>These reflections have dispelled the agitation with which I began my letter, and I feel my heart glow with an enthusiasm which elevates me to heaven; for nothing contributes so much to
Witness: fThomas I may there discover the wondrous power which attracts the needle; and may regulate a thousand celestial observations, that require only this voyage to render their seeming eccentricities consistent for ever. I shall satiate my ardent curiosity with the sight of a part of the world never before visited, and may tread a land never before imprinted by the foot of man. These are my enticements, and they are sufficient to conquer all fear of danger or death, and to induce me to commence this laborious voyage with the joy a child feels when he embarks in a little boat, with his holiday mates, on an expedition of discovery up his native river. But, supposing all these conjectures to be false, you cannot contest the inestimable benefit which I shall confer on all mankind to the last generation, by discovering a passage near the pole to those countries, to reach which at present so many months are requisite; or by ascertaining the secret of the magnet, which, if at all possible, can only be effected by an undertaking such as mine.<p/><p/>These reflections have dispelled the agitation with which I began my letter, and I feel my heart glow with an enthusiasm which elevates me to heaven; for nothing contributes so much to
Witness: f1831 I may there discover the wondrous power which attracts the needle; and may regulate a thousand celestial observations, that require only this voyage to render their seeming eccentricities consistent for ever. I shall satiate my ardent curiosity with the sight of a part of the world never before visited, and may tread a land never before imprinted by the foot of man. These are my enticements, and they are sufficient to conquer all fear of danger or death, and to induce me to commence this laborious voyage with the joy a child feels when he embarks in a little boat, with his holiday mates, on an expedition of discovery up his native river. But, supposing all these conjectures to be false, you cannot contest the inestimable benefit which I shall confer on all mankind to the last generation, by discovering a passage near the pole to those countries, to reach which at present so many months are requisite; or by ascertaining the secret of the magnet, which, if at all possible, can only be effected by an undertaking such as mine.<p/><p/>These reflections have dispelled the agitation with which I began my letter, and I feel my heart glow with an enthusiasm which elevates me to heaven; for nothing contributes so much to

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Witness: f1818 the mind as a steady purpose,—a point on which the soul may fix its intellectual eye. This expedition has been the favourite dream of my early years. I have read with ardour the accounts of the various voyages which have been made in the prospect of arriving at the North Pacific Ocean through the seas which surround the pole. You may remember, that a history of all the voyages made for purposes of discovery composed the whole of our good uncle Thomas’s library. My education was neglected, yet I was passionately fond of reading. These volumes were my study day and night, and my familiarity with them increased that regret which I had felt, as a child, on learning that my father’s dying injunction had forbidden my uncle to allow me to embark in a
Witness: f1823 the mind as a steady purpose,—a point on which the soul may fix its intellectual eye. This expedition has been the favourite dream of my early years. I have read with ardour the accounts of the various voyages which have been made in the prospect of arriving at the North Pacific Ocean through the seas which surround the pole. You may remember, that a history of all the voyages made for purposes of discovery composed the whole of our good uncle Thomas’s library. My education was neglected, yet I was passionately fond of reading. These volumes were my study day and night, and my familiarity with them increased that regret which I had felt, as a child, on learning that my father’s dying injunction had forbidden my uncle to allow me to embark in a
Witness: fThomas the mind as a steady purpose,—a point on which the soul may fix its intellectual eye. This expedition has been the favourite dream of my early years. I have read with ardour the accounts of the various voyages which have been made in the prospect of arriving at the North Pacific Ocean through the seas which surround the pole. You may remember, that a history of all the voyages made for purposes of discovery composed the whole of our good uncle Thomas’s library. My education was neglected, yet I was passionately fond of reading. These volumes were my study day and night, and my familiarity with them increased that regret which I had felt, as a child, on learning that my father’s dying injunction had forbidden my uncle to allow me to embark in a
Witness: f1831 the mind as a steady purpose,—a point on which the soul may fix its intellectual eye. This expedition has been the favourite dream of my early years. I have read with ardour the accounts of the various voyages which have been made in the prospect of arriving at the North Pacific Ocean through the seas which surround the pole. You may remember, that a history of all the voyages made for purposes of discovery composed the whole of our good uncle Thomas’s library. My education was neglected, yet I was passionately fond of reading. These volumes were my study day and night, and my familiarity with them increased that regret which I had felt, as a child, on learning that my father’s dying injunction had forbidden my uncle to allow me to embark in a

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Witness: f1818 sea-faring
Witness: f1823 sea-faring
Witness: fThomas sea-faring

Reading Group: C02d_app4_rg2

Witness: f1831 seafaring

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Witness: f1818 life.<p/><p/>These visions faded when I perused, for the first time, those poets whose effusions entranced my soul, and lifted it to heaven. I also became a poet, and for one year lived in a Paradise of my own creation; I imagined that I also might obtain a niche in the temple where the names of Homer and
Witness: f1823 life.<p/><p/>These visions faded when I perused, for the first time, those poets whose effusions entranced my soul, and lifted it to heaven. I also became a poet, and for one year lived in a Paradise of my own creation; I imagined that I also might obtain a niche in the temple where the names of Homer and
Witness: fThomas life.<p/><p/>These visions faded when I perused, for the first time, those poets whose effusions entranced my soul, and lifted it to heaven. I also became a poet, and for one year lived in a Paradise of my own creation; I imagined that I also might obtain a niche in the temple where the names of Homer and
Witness: f1831 life.<p/><p/>These visions faded when I perused, for the first time, those poets whose effusions entranced my soul, and lifted it to heaven. I also became a poet, and for one year lived in a Paradise of my own creation; I imagined that I also might obtain a niche in the temple where the names of Homer and

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Reading Group: C02d_app6_rg1

Witness: f1818 Shakespeare
Witness: fThomas Shakespeare

Reading Group: C02d_app6_rg2

Witness: f1823 Shakspeare
Witness: f1831 Shakspeare

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Witness: f1818 are consecrated. You are well acquainted with my failure, and how heavily I bore the disappointment. But just at that time I inherited the fortune of my cousin, and my thoughts were turned into the channel of their earlier bent.<p/><p/>Six years have passed since I resolved on my present undertaking. I can, even now, remember the hour from which I dedicated myself to this great enterprise. I commenced by inuring my body to hardship. I accompanied the whale-fishers on several expeditions to the North Sea; I voluntarily endured cold, famine, thirst, and want of sleep; I often worked harder than the common sailors during the day, and devoted my nights to the study of mathematics, the theory of medicine, and those branches of physical science from which a naval adventurer might derive the greatest practical advantage. Twice I actually hired myself as an under-mate in a Greenland whaler, and acquitted myself to admiration. I must own I felt a little proud, when my captain offered me the second dignity in the vessel, and entreated me to remain with the greatest earnestness; so valuable did he consider my services.<p/><p/>And now, dear Margaret, do I not deserve to accomplish some great purpose? My life might have been passed in ease and luxury; but I preferred glory to every enticement that wealth placed in my path. Oh, that some encouraging voice would answer in the affirmative! My courage and my resolution is firm; but my hopes fluctuate, and my spirits are often depressed. I am about to proceed on a long and difficult
Witness: f1823 are consecrated. You are well acquainted with my failure, and how heavily I bore the disappointment. But just at that time I inherited the fortune of my cousin, and my thoughts were turned into the channel of their earlier bent.<p/><p/>Six years have passed since I resolved on my present undertaking. I can, even now, remember the hour from which I dedicated myself to this great enterprise. I commenced by inuring my body to hardship. I accompanied the whale-fishers on several expeditions to the North Sea; I voluntarily endured cold, famine, thirst, and want of sleep; I often worked harder than the common sailors during the day, and devoted my nights to the study of mathematics, the theory of medicine, and those branches of physical science from which a naval adventurer might derive the greatest practical advantage. Twice I actually hired myself as an under-mate in a Greenland whaler, and acquitted myself to admiration. I must own I felt a little proud, when my captain offered me the second dignity in the vessel, and entreated me to remain with the greatest earnestness; so valuable did he consider my services.<p/><p/>And now, dear Margaret, do I not deserve to accomplish some great purpose? My life might have been passed in ease and luxury; but I preferred glory to every enticement that wealth placed in my path. Oh, that some encouraging voice would answer in the affirmative! My courage and my resolution is firm; but my hopes fluctuate, and my spirits are often depressed. I am about to proceed on a long and difficult
Witness: fThomas are consecrated. You are well acquainted with my failure, and how heavily I bore the disappointment. But just at that time I inherited the fortune of my cousin, and my thoughts were turned into the channel of their earlier bent.<p/><p/>Six years have passed since I resolved on my present undertaking. I can, even now, remember the hour from which I dedicated myself to this great enterprise. I commenced by inuring my body to hardship. I accompanied the whale-fishers on several expeditions to the North Sea; I voluntarily endured cold, famine, thirst, and want of sleep; I often worked harder than the common sailors during the day, and devoted my nights to the study of mathematics, the theory of medicine, and those branches of physical science from which a naval adventurer might derive the greatest practical advantage. Twice I actually hired myself as an under-mate in a Greenland whaler, and acquitted myself to admiration. I must own I felt a little proud, when my captain offered me the second dignity in the vessel, and entreated me to remain with the greatest earnestness; so valuable did he consider my services.<p/><p/>And now, dear Margaret, do I not deserve to accomplish some great purpose? My life might have been passed in ease and luxury; but I preferred glory to every enticement that wealth placed in my path. Oh, that some encouraging voice would answer in the affirmative! My courage and my resolution is firm; but my hopes fluctuate, and my spirits are often depressed. I am about to proceed on a long and difficult
Witness: f1831 are consecrated. You are well acquainted with my failure, and how heavily I bore the disappointment. But just at that time I inherited the fortune of my cousin, and my thoughts were turned into the channel of their earlier bent.<p/><p/>Six years have passed since I resolved on my present undertaking. I can, even now, remember the hour from which I dedicated myself to this great enterprise. I commenced by inuring my body to hardship. I accompanied the whale-fishers on several expeditions to the North Sea; I voluntarily endured cold, famine, thirst, and want of sleep; I often worked harder than the common sailors during the day, and devoted my nights to the study of mathematics, the theory of medicine, and those branches of physical science from which a naval adventurer might derive the greatest practical advantage. Twice I actually hired myself as an under-mate in a Greenland whaler, and acquitted myself to admiration. I must own I felt a little proud, when my captain offered me the second dignity in the vessel, and entreated me to remain with the greatest earnestness; so valuable did he consider my services.<p/><p/>And now, dear Margaret, do I not deserve to accomplish some great purpose? My life might have been passed in ease and luxury; but I preferred glory to every enticement that wealth placed in my path. Oh, that some encouraging voice would answer in the affirmative! My courage and my resolution is firm; but my hopes fluctuate, and my spirits are often depressed. I am about to proceed on a long and difficult

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Reading Group: C02d_app8_rg1

Witness: f1831 voyage,

Reading Group: C02d_app8_rg2

Witness: f1818 voyage;
Witness: f1823 voyage;
Witness: fThomas voyage;

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Witness: f1818 the emergencies of which will demand all my fortitude: I am required not only to raise the spirits of others, but sometimes to sustain my own, when
Witness: f1823 the emergencies of which will demand all my fortitude: I am required not only to raise the spirits of others, but sometimes to sustain my own, when
Witness: fThomas the emergencies of which will demand all my fortitude: I am required not only to raise the spirits of others, but sometimes to sustain my own, when
Witness: f1831 the emergencies of which will demand all my fortitude: I am required not only to raise the spirits of others, but sometimes to sustain my own, when

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Reading Group: C02d_app10_rg1

Witness: f1831 theirs

Reading Group: C02d_app10_rg2

Witness: f1818 their’s
Witness: f1823 their’s
Witness: fThomas their’s

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Witness: f1818 are failing.<p/><p/>This is the most favourable period for travelling in Russia. They fly quickly over the snow in their sledges; the motion is pleasant, and, in my opinion, far more agreeable than that of an English stage-coach. The cold is not excessive, if you are
Witness: f1823 are failing.<p/><p/>This is the most favourable period for travelling in Russia. They fly quickly over the snow in their sledges; the motion is pleasant, and, in my opinion, far more agreeable than that of an English stage-coach. The cold is not excessive, if you are
Witness: fThomas are failing.<p/><p/>This is the most favourable period for travelling in Russia. They fly quickly over the snow in their sledges; the motion is pleasant, and, in my opinion, far more agreeable than that of an English stage-coach. The cold is not excessive, if you are
Witness: f1831 are failing.<p/><p/>This is the most favourable period for travelling in Russia. They fly quickly over the snow in their sledges; the motion is pleasant, and, in my opinion, far more agreeable than that of an English stage-coach. The cold is not excessive, if you are

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Reading Group: C02d_app12_rg1

Witness: f1831 wrapped

Reading Group: C02d_app12_rg2

Witness: f1818 wrapt
Witness: f1823 wrapt
Witness: fThomas wrapt

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Witness: f1818 in
Witness: f1823 in
Witness: fThomas in
Witness: f1831 in

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Reading Group: C02d_app14_rg1

Witness: f1818 furs, a
Witness: f1823 furs, a
Witness: fThomas furs, a

Reading Group: C02d_app14_rg2

Witness: f1831 furs,—a

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Witness: f1818 dress which I have already adopted; for there is a great difference between walking the deck and remaining seated motionless for hours, when no exercise prevents the blood from actually freezing in your veins. I have no ambition to lose my life on the post-road between St. Petersburgh and Archangel.<p/><p/>I shall depart for the latter town in a fortnight or three weeks; and my intention is to hire a ship there, which can easily be done by paying the insurance for the owner, and to engage as many sailors as I think necessary among those who are accustomed to the whale-fishing. I do not intend to sail until the month of
Witness: f1823 dress which I have already adopted; for there is a great difference between walking the deck and remaining seated motionless for hours, when no exercise prevents the blood from actually freezing in your veins. I have no ambition to lose my life on the post-road between St. Petersburgh and Archangel.<p/><p/>I shall depart for the latter town in a fortnight or three weeks; and my intention is to hire a ship there, which can easily be done by paying the insurance for the owner, and to engage as many sailors as I think necessary among those who are accustomed to the whale-fishing. I do not intend to sail until the month of
Witness: fThomas dress which I have already adopted; for there is a great difference between walking the deck and remaining seated motionless for hours, when no exercise prevents the blood from actually freezing in your veins. I have no ambition to lose my life on the post-road between St. Petersburgh and Archangel.<p/><p/>I shall depart for the latter town in a fortnight or three weeks; and my intention is to hire a ship there, which can easily be done by paying the insurance for the owner, and to engage as many sailors as I think necessary among those who are accustomed to the whale-fishing. I do not intend to sail until the month of
Witness: f1831 dress which I have already adopted; for there is a great difference between walking the deck and remaining seated motionless for hours, when no exercise prevents the blood from actually freezing in your veins. I have no ambition to lose my life on the post-road between St. Petersburgh and Archangel.<p/><p/>I shall depart for the latter town in a fortnight or three weeks; and my intention is to hire a ship there, which can easily be done by paying the insurance for the owner, and to engage as many sailors as I think necessary among those who are accustomed to the whale-fishing. I do not intend to sail until the month of

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Reading Group: C02d_app16_rg1

Witness: f1818 June:
Witness: fThomas June:
Witness: f1831 June:

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Witness: f1823 June;

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Witness: f1818 and when shall I return? Ah, dear sister, how can I answer this question? If I succeed, many, many months, perhaps years, will pass before you and I may meet. If I fail, you will see me again soon, or never.<p/><p/>Farewell, my dear,
Witness: f1823 and when shall I return? Ah, dear sister, how can I answer this question? If I succeed, many, many months, perhaps years, will pass before you and I may meet. If I fail, you will see me again soon, or never.<p/><p/>Farewell, my dear,
Witness: fThomas and when shall I return? Ah, dear sister, how can I answer this question? If I succeed, many, many months, perhaps years, will pass before you and I may meet. If I fail, you will see me again soon, or never.<p/><p/>Farewell, my dear,
Witness: f1831 and when shall I return? Ah, dear sister, how can I answer this question? If I succeed, many, many months, perhaps years, will pass before you and I may meet. If I fail, you will see me again soon, or never.<p/><p/>Farewell, my dear,

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Reading Group: C02d_app18_rg1

Witness: f1831 excellent

Reading Group: C02d_app18_rg2

Witness: f1818 excellent,
Witness: f1823 excellent,
Witness: fThomas excellent,

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Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 Margaret. Heaven shower down blessings on you, and save me, that I may again and again testify my gratitude for all your love and kindness.<p/><p/>Your affectionate brother,<p/><p/>R. W<hi/>ALTON<hi/>.<p/>
Witness: f1823 Margaret. Heaven shower down blessings on you, and save me, that I may again and again testify my gratitude for all your love and kindness.<p/><p/>Your affectionate brother,<p/><p/>R. W<hi/>ALTON<hi/>.<p/>
Witness: fThomas Margaret. Heaven shower down blessings on you, and save me, that I may again and again testify my gratitude for all your love and kindness.<p/><p/>Your affectionate brother,<p/><p/>R. W<hi/>ALTON<hi/>.<p/>
Witness: f1831 Margaret. Heaven shower down blessings on you, and save me, that I may again and again testify my gratitude for all your love and kindness.<p/><p/>Your affectionate brother,<p/><p/>R. W<hi/>ALTON<hi/>.<p/>

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Reading Group: C03a_app1_rg1

Witness: fMS

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Witness: f1818 <head/>LETTER II.<head/><ab/><hi/>To Mrs.<hi/> S<hi/>AVILLE<hi/>, <hi/>England.<hi/><ab/><p/>Archangel, 28th March, 17—.<p/><p/>How slowly the time passes here, encompassed as I am by frost and
Witness: f1823 <head/>LETTER II.<head/><head/><hi/>To Mrs.<hi/> S<hi/>AVILLE<hi/>, <hi/>England<hi/>.<head/><p/>Archangel, 28th March, 17—.<p/><p/>How slowly the time passes here, encompassed as I am by frost and
Witness: fThomas <head/>LETTER II.<head/><ab/><hi/>To Mrs.<hi/> S<hi/>AVILLE<hi/>, <hi/>England.<hi/><ab/><p/>Archangel, 28th March, 17—.<p/><p/>How slowly the time passes here, encompassed as I am by frost and
Witness: f1831 <head/>LETTER II.<head/><head/><hi/>To Mrs. Saville, England.<hi/><head/><p/>Archangel, 28th March, 17—.<p/><p/>How slowly the time passes here, encompassed as I am by frost and

C03a_app2

Reading Group: C03a_app2_rg1

Witness: f1831 snow!

Reading Group: C03a_app2_rg2

Witness: f1818 snow;
Witness: f1823 snow;
Witness: fThomas snow;

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Witness: f1818 yet a second step is taken towards my enterprise. I have hired a vessel, and am occupied in collecting my sailors; those whom I have already
Witness: f1823 yet a second step is taken towards my enterprise. I have hired a vessel, and am occupied in collecting my sailors; those whom I have already
Witness: fThomas yet a second step is taken towards my enterprise. I have hired a vessel, and am occupied in collecting my sailors; those whom I have already
Witness: f1831 yet a second step is taken towards my enterprise. I have hired a vessel, and am occupied in collecting my sailors; those whom I have already

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Reading Group: C03a_app4_rg1

Witness: f1818 engaged
Witness: f1823 engaged
Witness: fThomas engaged

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Witness: f1831 engaged,

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Witness: f1818 appear to be men on whom I can depend, and are certainly possessed of dauntless courage.<p/><p/>But I have one want which I have never yet been able to satisfy; and the absence of the object of which I now feel as a most severe evil. I have no friend, Margaret: when I am glowing with the enthusiasm of success, there will be none to participate my joy; if I am assailed by disappointment, no one will endeavour to sustain me in dejection. I shall commit my thoughts to paper, it is true; but that is a poor medium for the communication of feeling. I desire the company of a man who could
Witness: f1823 appear to be men on whom I can depend, and are certainly possessed of dauntless courage.<p/><p/>But I have one want which I have never yet been able to satisfy; and the absence of the object of which I now feel as a most severe evil. I have no friend, Margaret: when I am glowing with the enthusiasm of success, there will be none to participate my joy; if I am assailed by disappointment, no one will endeavour to sustain me in dejection. I shall commit my thoughts to paper, it is true; but that is a poor medium for the communication of feeling. I desire the company of a man who could
Witness: fThomas appear to be men on whom I can depend, and are certainly possessed of dauntless courage.<p/><p/>But I have one want which I have never yet been able to satisfy; and the absence of the object of which I now feel as a most severe evil. I have no friend, Margaret: when I am glowing with the enthusiasm of success, there will be none to participate my joy; if I am assailed by disappointment, no one will endeavour to sustain me in dejection. I shall commit my thoughts to paper, it is true; but that is a poor medium for the communication of feeling. I desire the company of a man who could
Witness: f1831 appear to be men on whom I can depend, and are certainly possessed of dauntless courage.<p/><p/>But I have one want which I have never yet been able to satisfy; and the absence of the object of which I now feel as a most severe evil. I have no friend, Margaret: when I am glowing with the enthusiasm of success, there will be none to participate my joy; if I am assailed by disappointment, no one will endeavour to sustain me in dejection. I shall commit my thoughts to paper, it is true; but that is a poor medium for the communication of feeling. I desire the company of a man who could

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Reading Group: C03a_app6_rg1

Witness: f1831 sympathise

Reading Group: C03a_app6_rg2

Witness: f1818 sympathize
Witness: f1823 sympathize
Witness: fThomas sympathize

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Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 with me; whose eyes would reply to mine. You may deem me romantic, my dear sister, but I bitterly feel the want of a friend. I have no one near me, gentle yet courageous, possessed of a cultivated as well as of a capacious mind, whose tastes are like my own, to approve or amend my plans. How would such a friend repair the faults of your poor brother! I am too ardent in execution, and too impatient of difficulties. But it is a still greater evil to me that I am self-educated: for the first fourteen years of my life I ran wild on a common, and read nothing but our uncle Thomas’s books of voyages. At that age I became acquainted with the celebrated poets of our own country; but it was only when it had ceased to be in my power to derive its most important benefits from such a conviction, that I perceived the necessity of becoming acquainted with more languages than that of my native country. Now I am twenty-eight, and am in reality more illiterate than many
Witness: f1823 with me; whose eyes would reply to mine. You may deem me romantic, my dear sister, but I bitterly feel the want of a friend. I have no one near me, gentle yet courageous, possessed of a cultivated as well as of a capacious mind, whose tastes are like my own, to approve or amend my plans. How would such a friend repair the faults of your poor brother! I am too ardent in execution, and too impatient of difficulties. But it is a still greater evil to me that I am self-educated: for the first fourteen years of my life I ran wild on a common, and read nothing but our uncle Thomas’s books of voyages. At that age I became acquainted with the celebrated poets of our own country; but it was only when it had ceased to be in my power to derive its most important benefits from such a conviction, that I perceived the necessity of becoming acquainted with more languages than that of my native country. Now I am twenty-eight, and am in reality more illiterate than many
Witness: fThomas with me; whose eyes would reply to mine. You may deem me romantic, my dear sister, but I bitterly feel the want of a friend. I have no one near me, gentle yet courageous, possessed of a cultivated as well as of a capacious mind, whose tastes are like my own, to approve or amend my plans. How would such a friend repair the faults of your poor brother! I am too ardent in execution, and too impatient of difficulties. But it is a still greater evil to me that I am self-educated: for the first fourteen years of my life I ran wild on a common, and read nothing but our uncle Thomas’s books of voyages. At that age I became acquainted with the celebrated poets of our own country; but it was only when it had ceased to be in my power to derive its most important benefits from such a conviction, that I perceived the necessity of becoming acquainted with more languages than that of my native country. Now I am twenty-eight, and am in reality more illiterate than many
Witness: f1831 with me; whose eyes would reply to mine. You may deem me romantic, my dear sister, but I bitterly feel the want of a friend. I have no one near me, gentle yet courageous, possessed of a cultivated as well as of a capacious mind, whose tastes are like my own, to approve or amend my plans. How would such a friend repair the faults of your poor brother! I am too ardent in execution, and too impatient of difficulties. But it is a still greater evil to me that I am self-educated: for the first fourteen years of my life I ran wild on a common, and read nothing but our uncle Thomas’s books of voyages. At that age I became acquainted with the celebrated poets of our own country; but it was only when it had ceased to be in my power to derive its most important benefits from such a conviction, that I perceived the necessity of becoming acquainted with more languages than that of my native country. Now I am twenty-eight, and am in reality more illiterate than many

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Reading Group: C03a_app8_rg1

Witness: f1818 school-boys
Witness: f1823 school-boys
Witness: fThomas school-boys

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Witness: f1831 schoolboys

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Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 of fifteen. It is true that I have thought more, and that my day dreams are more extended and magnificent; but they want (as the painters call it) <hi/>keeping;<hi/> and I greatly need a friend who would have sense enough not to despise me as romantic, and affection enough for me to endeavour to regulate my mind.<p/><p/>Well, these are useless complaints; I shall certainly find no friend on the wide ocean, nor even here in Archangel, among merchants and seamen. Yet some feelings, unallied to the dross of human nature, beat even in these rugged bosoms. My lieutenant, for instance, is a man of wonderful courage and enterprise; he is madly desirous
Witness: f1823 of fifteen. It is true that I have thought more, and that my day dreams are more extended and magnificent; but they want (as the painters call it) <hi/>keeping;<hi/> and I greatly need a friend who would have sense enough not to despise me as romantic, and affection enough for me to endeavour to regulate my mind.<p/><p/>Well, these are useless complaints; I shall certainly find no friend on the wide ocean, nor even here in Archangel, among merchants and seamen. Yet some feelings, unallied to the dross of human nature, beat even in these rugged bosoms. My lieutenant, for instance, is a man of wonderful courage and enterprise; he is madly desirous
Witness: fThomas of fifteen. It is true that I have thought more, and that my day dreams are more extended and magnificent; but they want (as the painters call it) <hi/>keeping;<hi/> and I greatly need a friend who would have sense enough not to despise me as romantic, and affection enough for me to endeavour to regulate my mind.<p/><p/>Well, these are useless complaints; I shall certainly find no friend on the wide ocean, nor even here in Archangel, among merchants and seamen. Yet some feelings, unallied to the dross of human nature, beat even in these rugged bosoms. My lieutenant, for instance, is a man of wonderful courage and enterprise; he is madly desirous
Witness: f1831 of fifteen. It is true that I have thought more, and that my day dreams are more extended and magnificent; but they want (as the painters call it) <hi/>keeping;<hi/> and I greatly need a friend who would have sense enough not to despise me as romantic, and affection enough for me to endeavour to regulate my mind.<p/><p/>Well, these are useless complaints; I shall certainly find no friend on the wide ocean, nor even here in Archangel, among merchants and seamen. Yet some feelings, unallied to the dross of human nature, beat even in these rugged bosoms. My lieutenant, for instance, is a man of wonderful courage and enterprise; he is madly desirous

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Reading Group: C03a_app10_rg1

Witness: f1831 of glory: or rather, to word my phrase more characteristically, of advancement in his profession.

Reading Group: C03a_app10_rg2

Witness: f1818 of glory.
Witness: f1823 of glory.
Witness: fThomas of glory.

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Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 He is an Englishman, and in the midst of national and professional prejudices, unsoftened by cultivation, retains some of the noblest endowments of humanity. I first became acquainted with him on board a whale vessel: finding that he was unemployed in this city, I easily engaged him to assist in my enterprise.<p/><p/>The master is a person of an excellent disposition, and is remarkable in the ship for his
Witness: f1823 He is an Englishman, and in the midst of national and professional prejudices, unsoftened by cultivation, retains some of the noblest endowments of humanity. I first became acquainted with him on board a whale vessel: finding that he was unemployed in this city, I easily engaged him to assist in my enterprise.<p/><p/>The master is a person of an excellent disposition, and is remarkable in the ship for his
Witness: fThomas He is an Englishman, and in the midst of national and professional prejudices, unsoftened by cultivation, retains some of the noblest endowments of humanity. I first became acquainted with him on board a whale vessel: finding that he was unemployed in this city, I easily engaged him to assist in my enterprise.<p/><p/>The master is a person of an excellent disposition, and is remarkable in the ship for his
Witness: f1831 He is an Englishman, and in the midst of national and professional prejudices, unsoftened by cultivation, retains some of the noblest endowments of humanity. I first became acquainted with him on board a whale vessel: finding that he was unemployed in this city, I easily engaged him to assist in my enterprise.<p/><p/>The master is a person of an excellent disposition, and is remarkable in the ship for his

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Reading Group: C03a_app12_rg1

Witness: f1823 gentleness
Witness: f1831 gentleness

Reading Group: C03a_app12_rg2

Witness: f1818 gentleness,
Witness: fThomas gentleness,

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Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 and the mildness of his discipline.
Witness: f1823 and the mildness of his discipline.
Witness: fThomas and the mildness of his discipline.
Witness: f1831 and the mildness of his discipline.

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Witness: fMS

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Witness: f1831 This circumstance, added to his well known integrity and dauntless courage, made me very desirous to engage him. A youth passed in solitude, my best years spent under your gentle and feminine fosterage, has so refined the groundwork of my character, that I cannot overcome an intense distaste to the usual brutality exercised on board ship: I have never believed it to be necessary; and when I heard of a mariner equally noted for his kindliness of heart, and the respect and obedience paid to him by his crew, I felt myself peculiarly fortunate in being able to secure his services. I heard of him first in rather a romantic manner, from a lady who owes to him the happiness of her life. This, briefly, is his story.

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Witness: f1818 He is, indeed, of so amiable a nature, that he will not hunt (a favourite, and almost the only amusement here), because he cannot endure to spill blood.
Witness: f1823 He is, indeed, of so amiable a nature, that he will not hunt (a favourite, and almost the only amusement here), because he cannot endure to spill blood.
Witness: fThomas He is, indeed, of so amiable a nature, that he will not hunt (a favourite, and almost the only amusement here), because he cannot endure to spill blood.

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Witness: fThomas He is, moreover, heroically generous. <add/>I will relate to you an anecdote of his life, recounted to me by the parties themselves, which exemplifies the generosity, I had almost said the heroism of his nature.<add/>

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Witness: f1818 He is, moreover, heroically generous.
Witness: f1823 He is, moreover, heroically generous.

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Witness: fMS

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Witness: f1818 Some years ago he loved a young Russian lady, of moderate fortune; and having amassed a considerable sum in prize-money, the father of the girl consented to the match. He saw his mistress once before the destined ceremony; but she was bathed in tears, and, throwing herself at his feet, entreated him to spare her, confessing at the same time that she loved another, but that he was poor, and that her father would never consent to the union. My generous friend reassured the suppliant, and on being informed of the name of her
Witness: f1823 Some years ago he loved a young Russian lady, of moderate fortune; and having amassed a considerable sum in prize-money, the father of the girl consented to the match. He saw his mistress once before the destined ceremony; but she was bathed in tears, and, throwing herself at his feet, entreated him to spare her, confessing at the same time that she loved another, but that he was poor, and that her father would never consent to the union. My generous friend reassured the suppliant, and on being informed of the name of her
Witness: fThomas Some years ago he loved a young Russian lady, of moderate fortune; and having amassed a considerable sum in prize-money, the father of the girl consented to the match. He saw his mistress once before the destined ceremony; but she was bathed in tears, and, throwing herself at his feet, entreated him to spare her, confessing at the same time that she loved another, but that he was poor, and that her father would never consent to the union. My generous friend reassured the suppliant, and on being informed of the name of her
Witness: f1831 Some years ago he loved a young Russian lady, of moderate fortune; and having amassed a considerable sum in prize-money, the father of the girl consented to the match. He saw his mistress once before the destined ceremony; but she was bathed in tears, and, throwing herself at his feet, entreated him to spare her, confessing at the same time that she loved another, but that he was poor, and that her father would never consent to the union. My generous friend reassured the suppliant, and on being informed of the name of her

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Witness: f1818 lover
Witness: f1823 lover
Witness: fThomas lover

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Witness: f1831 lover,

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Witness: f1818 instantly abandoned his pursuit. He had already bought a farm with his
Witness: f1823 instantly abandoned his pursuit. He had already bought a farm with his
Witness: fThomas instantly abandoned his pursuit. He had already bought a farm with his
Witness: f1831 instantly abandoned his pursuit. He had already bought a farm with his

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Witness: f1818 money, on
Witness: fThomas money, on
Witness: f1831 money, on
Witness: f1823 money, on

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Witness: f1818 which he had designed to pass the remainder of his life; but he bestowed the whole on his rival, together with the remains of his prize-money to purchase stock, and then himself solicited the young woman’s father to consent to her marriage with her lover. But the old man decidedly refused, thinking himself bound in honour to my friend; who, when he found the father inexorable, quitted his country, nor returned until he heard that his former mistress was married according to her inclinations. “What a noble fellow!” you will exclaim. He is so; but then he
Witness: f1823 which he had designed to pass the remainder of his life; but he bestowed the whole on his rival, together with the remains of his prize-money to purchase stock, and then himself solicited the young woman’s father to consent to her marriage with her lover. But the old man decidedly refused, thinking himself bound in honour to my friend; who, when he found the father inexorable, quitted his country, nor returned until he heard that his former mistress was married according to her inclinations. “What a noble fellow!” you will exclaim. He is so; but then he
Witness: fThomas which he had designed to pass the remainder of his life; but he bestowed the whole on his rival, together with the remains of his prize-money to purchase stock, and then himself solicited the young woman’s father to consent to her marriage with her lover. But the old man decidedly refused, thinking himself bound in honour to my friend; who, when he found the father inexorable, quitted his country, nor returned until he heard that his former mistress was married according to her inclinations. “What a noble fellow!” you will exclaim. He is so; but then he
Witness: f1831 which he had designed to pass the remainder of his life; but he bestowed the whole on his rival, together with the remains of his prize-money to purchase stock, and then himself solicited the young woman’s father to consent to her marriage with her lover. But the old man decidedly refused, thinking himself bound in honour to my friend; who, when he found the father inexorable, quitted his country, nor returned until he heard that his former mistress was married according to her inclinations. “What a noble fellow!” you will exclaim. He is so; but then he

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Witness: fMS

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Witness: f1831 is wholly uneducated: he is as silent as a Turk, and a kind of ignorant carelessness attends him, which, while it renders his conduct the more astonishing, detracts from the interest and sympathy which otherwise he would command.<p/>

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Witness: f1818 has passed all his life on board a vessel, and has scarcely an idea beyond the
Witness: f1823 has passed all his life on board a vessel, and has scarcely an idea beyond the
Witness: fThomas has passed all his life on board a vessel, and has scarcely an idea beyond the

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Witness: fThomas ropeship

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Witness: f1818 rope
Witness: f1823 rope

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Witness: f1818 and
Witness: f1823 and
Witness: fThomas and

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Witness: f1818 the shroud.<p/>
Witness: f1823 the shroud.<p/>

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Witness: fThomas theshroudcrew.<p/>

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Witness: fMS

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Witness: f1818 <p/>But
Witness: f1823 <p/>But
Witness: fThomas <p/>But

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Witness: f1831 <p/>Yet

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Witness: f1818 do not
Witness: f1823 do not
Witness: fThomas do not
Witness: f1831 do not

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Witness: f1818 suppose that,
Witness: f1823 suppose that,
Witness: fThomas suppose that,

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Witness: f1831 suppose,

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Witness: f1818 because I complain a little, or because I can conceive a consolation for my toils which I may never know, that I am wavering in my resolutions. Those are as fixed as fate; and my voyage is only now delayed until the weather shall permit my embarkation. The winter has been dreadfully severe; but the spring promises well, and it is considered as a remarkably early season; so
Witness: f1823 because I complain a little, or because I can conceive a consolation for my toils which I may never know, that I am wavering in my resolutions. Those are as fixed as fate; and my voyage is only now delayed until the weather shall permit my embarkation. The winter has been dreadfully severe; but the spring promises well, and it is considered as a remarkably early season; so
Witness: fThomas because I complain a little, or because I can conceive a consolation for my toils which I may never know, that I am wavering in my resolutions. Those are as fixed as fate; and my voyage is only now delayed until the weather shall permit my embarkation. The winter has been dreadfully severe; but the spring promises well, and it is considered as a remarkably early season; so
Witness: f1831 because I complain a little, or because I can conceive a consolation for my toils which I may never know, that I am wavering in my resolutions. Those are as fixed as fate; and my voyage is only now delayed until the weather shall permit my embarkation. The winter has been dreadfully severe; but the spring promises well, and it is considered as a remarkably early season; so

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Witness: f1823 that perhaps
Witness: f1831 that perhaps

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Witness: f1818 that, perhaps,
Witness: fThomas that, perhaps,

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Witness: f1818 I may sail sooner than I expected. I shall do nothing
Witness: f1823 I may sail sooner than I expected. I shall do nothing
Witness: fThomas I may sail sooner than I expected. I shall do nothing
Witness: f1831 I may sail sooner than I expected. I shall do nothing

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Witness: f1823 rashly:
Witness: f1831 rashly:

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Witness: f1818 rashly;
Witness: fThomas rashly;

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Witness: f1818 you know me sufficiently to confide in my prudence and
Witness: f1823 you know me sufficiently to confide in my prudence and
Witness: fThomas you know me sufficiently to confide in my prudence and
Witness: f1831 you know me sufficiently to confide in my prudence and

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Witness: f1818 considerateness
Witness: f1823 considerateness
Witness: fThomas considerateness

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Witness: f1831 considerateness,

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Witness: f1818 whenever the safety of others is committed to my care.<p/><p/>I cannot describe to you my sensations on the near prospect of my undertaking. It is impossible to communicate to you a conception of the trembling sensation, half pleasurable and half fearful, with which I am preparing to depart. I am going to unexplored regions, to “the land of mist and
Witness: f1823 whenever the safety of others is committed to my care.<p/><p/>I cannot describe to you my sensations on the near prospect of my undertaking. It is impossible to communicate to you a conception of the trembling sensation, half pleasurable and half fearful, with which I am preparing to depart. I am going to unexplored regions, to “the land of mist and
Witness: fThomas whenever the safety of others is committed to my care.<p/><p/>I cannot describe to you my sensations on the near prospect of my undertaking. It is impossible to communicate to you a conception of the trembling sensation, half pleasurable and half fearful, with which I am preparing to depart. I am going to unexplored regions, to “the land of mist and
Witness: f1831 whenever the safety of others is committed to my care.<p/><p/>I cannot describe to you my sensations on the near prospect of my undertaking. It is impossible to communicate to you a conception of the trembling sensation, half pleasurable and half fearful, with which I am preparing to depart. I am going to unexplored regions, to “the land of mist and

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Witness: f1818 snow;”
Witness: f1823 snow;”
Witness: f1831 snow;”

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Witness: fThomas snow;”<note/>Coleridge's Antient Mariner.<note/>

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Witness: f1818 but I shall kill no albatross, therefore do not be alarmed for my
Witness: f1823 but I shall kill no albatross, therefore do not be alarmed for my
Witness: fThomas but I shall kill no albatross, therefore do not be alarmed for my
Witness: f1831 but I shall kill no albatross, therefore do not be alarmed for my

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Witness: f1831 safety, or if I should come back to you as worn and woful as the “Ancient Mariner?” You will smile at my allusion; but I will disclose a secret. I have often attributed my attachment to, my passionate enthusiasm for, the dangerous mysteries of the ocean, to that production of the most imaginative of modern poets. There is something at work in my soul, which I do not understand. I am practically industrious—pains-taking;—a workman to execute with perseverance and labour:—but besides this, there is a love for the marvellous, a belief in the marvellous, intertwined in all my projects, which hurries me out of the common pathways of men, even to the wild sea and unvisited regions I am about to explore. <p/> <p/>But to return to dearer considerations.

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Witness: f1818 safety.<p/>
Witness: f1823 safety.<p/>
Witness: fThomas safety.<p/>

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Witness: fMS

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Witness: f1818 <p/>Shall
Witness: f1823 <p/>Shall
Witness: fThomas <p/>Shall

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Witness: f1831 Shall

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Witness: f1818 I meet you again, after having traversed immense seas, and returned by the most southern cape of Africa or America? I dare not expect such success, yet I cannot bear to look on the reverse of the picture. Continue
Witness: f1823 I meet you again, after having traversed immense seas, and returned by the most southern cape of Africa or America? I dare not expect such success, yet I cannot bear to look on the reverse of the picture. Continue
Witness: fThomas I meet you again, after having traversed immense seas, and returned by the most southern cape of Africa or America? I dare not expect such success, yet I cannot bear to look on the reverse of the picture. Continue

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Witness: f1831 I meet you again, after having traversed immense seas, and returned by the most southern cape of Africa or America? I dare not expect such success, yet I cannot bear to look on the reverse of the picture. Continue for the present

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Witness: f1818 to write to me by every opportunity: I may receive your letters
Witness: f1823 to write to me by every opportunity: I may receive your letters
Witness: fThomas to write to me by every opportunity: I may receive your letters
Witness: f1831 to write to me by every opportunity: I may receive your letters

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Witness: f1818 (though the chance is very doubtful)
Witness: f1823 (though the chance is very doubtful)
Witness: fThomas (though the chance is very doubtful)

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Witness: f1818 on some occasions when I need them most to support my spirits. I love you very tenderly. Remember me with affection, should you never hear from me again.<p/><p/>Your affectionate brother,<p/><p/>R<hi/>OBERT<hi/> W<hi/>ALTON<hi/>.<p/>
Witness: f1823 on some occasions when I need them most to support my spirits. I love you very tenderly. Remember me with affection, should you never hear from me again.<p/><p/>Your affectionate brother,<p/><p/>R<hi/>OBERT<hi/> W<hi/>ALTON<hi/>.<p/>
Witness: fThomas on some occasions when I need them most to support my spirits. I love you very tenderly. Remember me with affection, should you never hear from me again.<p/><p/>Your affectionate brother,<p/><p/>R<hi/>OBERT<hi/> W<hi/>ALTON<hi/>.<p/>
Witness: f1831 on some occasions when I need them most to support my spirits. I love you very tenderly. Remember me with affection, should you never hear from me again.<p/><p/>Your affectionate brother,<p/><p/>R<hi/>OBERT<hi/> W<hi/>ALTON<hi/>.<p/>

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Witness: fMS

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Witness: f1818 <head/>LETTER III.<head/><ab/><hi/>To Mrs.<hi/> S<hi/>AVILLE<hi/>, <hi/>England.<hi/><ab/><p/>July 7th, 17—.<p/><p/><hi/>MY DEAR SISTER<hi/>,<p/><p/>I <hi/>WRITE<hi/> a few lines in haste, to say that I am safe, and well advanced on my voyage. This letter will reach England by a
Witness: f1823 <head/>LETTER III.<head/><ab/><hi/>To Mrs.<hi/> S<hi/>AVILLE<hi/>, <hi/>England.<hi/><ab/><p/>July 7th, 17—.<p/><p/><hi/>MY DEAR SISTER<hi/>,<p/><p/>I <hi/>WRITE<hi/> a few lines in haste, to say that I am safe, and well advanced on my voyage. This letter will reach England by a
Witness: fThomas <head/>LETTER III.<head/><ab/><hi/>To Mrs.<hi/> S<hi/>AVILLE<hi/>, <hi/>England.<hi/><ab/><p/>July 7th, 17—.<p/><p/><hi/>MY DEAR SISTER<hi/>,<p/><p/>I <hi/>WRITE<hi/> a few lines in haste, to say that I am safe, and well advanced on my voyage. This letter will reach England by a
Witness: f1831 <head/>LETTER III.<head/><head/><hi/>To Mrs. Saville, England.<hi/><head/><p/>July 7th, 17—.<p/><p/>M<hi/>Y DEAR<hi/> S<hi/>ISTER<hi/>,<p/><p/>I <hi/>WRITE<hi/> a few lines in haste, to say that I am safe, and well advanced on my voyage. This letter will reach England by a

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Witness: f1818 merchant-man
Witness: f1823 merchant-man
Witness: fThomas merchant-man

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Witness: f1831 merchantman

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Witness: f1818 now on its homeward voyage from Archangel; more fortunate than I, who may not see my native land, perhaps, for many years. I am, however, in good spirits: my
Witness: f1823 now on its homeward voyage from Archangel; more fortunate than I, who may not see my native land, perhaps, for many years. I am, however, in good spirits: my
Witness: fThomas now on its homeward voyage from Archangel; more fortunate than I, who may not see my native land, perhaps, for many years. I am, however, in good spirits: my
Witness: f1831 now on its homeward voyage from Archangel; more fortunate than I, who may not see my native land, perhaps, for many years. I am, however, in good spirits: my

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Witness: fThomas mencrew

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Witness: f1818 men
Witness: f1823 men
Witness: f1831 men

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Witness: f1818 are
Witness: f1823 are
Witness: fThomas are
Witness: f1831 are

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Witness: fThomas boldgallant fellows, and apparently& I am

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Witness: f1818 bold, and apparently
Witness: f1823 bold, and apparently
Witness: f1831 bold, and apparently

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Witness: f1818 firm of purpose; nor do the floating sheets of ice that continually pass us, indicating the dangers of the region towards which we are advancing, appear to dismay them. We have already reached a very high latitude; but it is the height of summer, and although not so warm as in England, the southern gales, which blow us speedily towards those shores which I so ardently desire to attain, breathe a degree of renovating warmth which I had not
Witness: f1823 firm of purpose; nor do the floating sheets of ice that continually pass us, indicating the dangers of the region towards which we are advancing, appear to dismay them. We have already reached a very high latitude; but it is the height of summer, and although not so warm as in England, the southern gales, which blow us speedily towards those shores which I so ardently desire to attain, breathe a degree of renovating warmth which I had not
Witness: fThomas firm of purpose; nor do the floating sheets of ice that continually pass us, indicating the dangers of the region towards which we are advancing, appear to dismay them. We have already reached a very high latitude; but it is the height of summer, and although not so warm as in England, the southern gales, which blow us speedily towards those shores which I so ardently desire to attain, breathe a degree of renovating warmth which I had not
Witness: f1831 firm of purpose; nor do the floating sheets of ice that continually pass us, indicating the dangers of the region towards which we are advancing, appear to dismay them. We have already reached a very high latitude; but it is the height of summer, and although not so warm as in England, the southern gales, which blow us speedily towards those shores which I so ardently desire to attain, breathe a degree of renovating warmth which I had not

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Witness: fThomas expected. The appearance of the sky is indiscribably beautiful; clear by day, and illuminated at night by the Aurora Borealis w which spreads a roseate tinge over the heavens, & over the sea which reflects it’s splendour.<p/><p/>No

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Witness: f1818 expected.<p/><p/>No
Witness: f1823 expected.<p/><p/>No
Witness: f1831 expected.<p/><p/>No

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Witness: f1818 incidents have hitherto befallen
Witness: f1823 incidents have hitherto befallen
Witness: fThomas incidents have hitherto befallen
Witness: f1831 incidents have hitherto befallen

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Witness: f1823 us
Witness: f1831 us

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Witness: f1818 us,
Witness: fThomas us,

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Witness: f1818 that would make a figure in a letter. One or
Witness: f1823 that would make a figure in a letter. One or
Witness: fThomas that would make a figure in a letter. One or
Witness: f1831 that would make a figure in a letter. One or

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Witness: f1818 two stiff
Witness: f1823 two stiff
Witness: f1831 two stiff

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Witness: fThomas twostiffhard

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Witness: f1818 gales, and the
Witness: f1823 gales, and the
Witness: fThomas gales, and the
Witness: f1831 gales, and the

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Witness: fThomas breakingcarrying away

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Witness: f1818 breaking
Witness: f1823 breaking

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Witness: f1831 springing

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Witness: f1818 of a
Witness: f1823 of a
Witness: fThomas of a
Witness: f1831 of a

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Witness: f1831 leak,

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Witness: f1818 mast,
Witness: f1823 mast,
Witness: fThomas mast,

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Witness: f1818 are accidents which experienced navigators scarcely remember to record; and I shall be well
Witness: f1823 are accidents which experienced navigators scarcely remember to record; and I shall be well
Witness: fThomas are accidents which experienced navigators scarcely remember to record; and I shall be well
Witness: f1831 are accidents which experienced navigators scarcely remember to record; and I shall be well

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Witness: f1823 content
Witness: f1831 content

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Witness: f1818 content,
Witness: fThomas content,

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Witness: f1818 if nothing worse happen to us during our voyage.<p/><p/>Adieu, my dear Margaret. Be assured, that for my own sake, as well as
Witness: f1823 if nothing worse happen to us during our voyage.<p/><p/>Adieu, my dear Margaret. Be assured, that for my own sake, as well as
Witness: fThomas if nothing worse happen to us during our voyage.<p/><p/>Adieu, my dear Margaret. Be assured, that for my own sake, as well as
Witness: f1831 if nothing worse happen to us during our voyage.<p/><p/>Adieu, my dear Margaret. Be assured, that for my own sake, as well as

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Witness: f1823 yours,
Witness: f1831 yours,

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Witness: f1818 your’s,
Witness: fThomas your’s,

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Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 I will not rashly encounter danger. I will be cool, persevering, and prudent.<p/>
Witness: f1823 I will not rashly encounter danger. I will be cool, persevering, and prudent.<p/>
Witness: fThomas I will not rashly encounter danger. I will be cool, persevering, and prudent.<p/>
Witness: f1831 I will not rashly encounter danger. I will be cool, persevering, and prudent.<p/>

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Witness: fMS

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Witness: f1831 <p/>But success <hi/>shall<hi/> crown my endeavours. Wherefore not? Thus far I have gone, tracing a secure way over the pathless seas: the very stars themselves being witnesses and testimonies of my triumph. Why not still proceed over the untamed yet obedient element? What can stop the determined heart and resolved will of man?<p/> <p/>My swelling heart involuntarily pours itself out thus. But I must finish.

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Witness: f1818 <p/>Remember me to all my English friends.<p/>
Witness: f1823 <p/>Remember me to all my English friends.<p/>
Witness: fThomas <p/>Remember me to all my English friends.<p/>

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Witness: fMS

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Witness: f1818 <p/>Most affectionately
Witness: f1823 <p/>Most affectionately
Witness: fThomas <p/>Most affectionately

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Witness: f1831 Heaven bless my beloved sister!<p/><p/>R.W.<p/>

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Witness: f1823 yours,<p/><p/>R. W.<p/>

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Witness: f1818 yours,<p/><p/>R.W.<p/>
Witness: fThomas yours,<p/><p/>R.W.<p/>

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Witness: fMS

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Witness: f1818 <head/>LETTER IV.<head/><head/><ab/><hi/>To Mrs.<hi/> S<hi/>AVILLE<hi/>, <hi/>England.<hi/><ab/><head/><p/>August 5th, 17—.<p/><p/>So strange an accident has happened to us, that I cannot forbear recording
Witness: f1823 <head/>LETTER IV.<head/><head/><ab/><hi/>To Mrs.<hi/> S<hi/>AVILLE<hi/>, <hi/>England.<hi/><ab/><head/><p/>August 5th, 17—.<p/><p/>So strange an accident has happened to us, that I cannot forbear recording
Witness: fThomas <head/>LETTER IV.<head/><head/><ab/><hi/>To Mrs.<hi/> S<hi/>AVILLE<hi/>, <hi/>England.<hi/><ab/><head/><p/>August 5th, 17—.<p/><p/>So strange an accident has happened to us, that I cannot forbear recording
Witness: f1831 <head/>LETTER IV.<head/><head/><hi/>To Mrs. Saville, England.<hi/><head/><p/>August 5th, 17—.<p/><p/>So strange an accident has happened to us, that I cannot forbear recording

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Witness: fThomas it in writing,

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Witness: f1818 it,
Witness: f1823 it,
Witness: f1831 it,

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Witness: f1818 although it is very probable that you will see me before these papers can come into your possession.<p/><p/>Last Monday (July 31st), we were nearly surrounded by ice, which closed in the ship on all sides, scarcely leaving her the
Witness: f1823 although it is very probable that you will see me before these papers can come into your possession.<p/><p/>Last Monday (July 31st), we were nearly surrounded by ice, which closed in the ship on all sides, scarcely leaving her the
Witness: fThomas although it is very probable that you will see me before these papers can come into your possession.<p/><p/>Last Monday (July 31st), we were nearly surrounded by ice, which closed in the ship on all sides, scarcely leaving her the
Witness: f1831 although it is very probable that you will see me before these papers can come into your possession.<p/><p/>Last Monday (July 31st), we were nearly surrounded by ice, which closed in the ship on all sides, scarcely leaving her the

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Witness: f1818 in which she floated. Our situation was somewhat dangerous, especially as we were compassed round by a very thick fog. We accordingly lay to, hoping that some change would take place in the atmosphere and weather.<p/><p/>About two o’clock the mist cleared away, and we beheld, stretched out in every direction, vast and irregular
Witness: f1823 in which she floated. Our situation was somewhat dangerous, especially as we were compassed round by a very thick fog. We accordingly lay to, hoping that some change would take place in the atmosphere and weather.<p/><p/>About two o’clock the mist cleared away, and we beheld, stretched out in every direction, vast and irregular
Witness: fThomas in which she floated. Our situation was somewhat dangerous, especially as we were compassed round by a very thick fog. We accordingly lay to, hoping that some change would take place in the atmosphere and weather.<p/><p/>About two o’clock the mist cleared away, and we beheld, stretched out in every direction, vast and irregular
Witness: f1831 in which she floated. Our situation was somewhat dangerous, especially as we were compassed round by a very thick fog. We accordingly lay to, hoping that some change would take place in the atmosphere and weather.<p/><p/>About two o’clock the mist cleared away, and we beheld, stretched out in every direction, vast and irregular

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Witness: fThomas mountains & plains of ice, which seemed to have no end. Some of my comrades groaned, and my own mind began to grow watchful with anxious thoughts, when a strange sight suddenly attracted our attention, and diverted our solicitude from our own situation. We perceived a low carriage, fixed on a sledge and drawn by dogs, pass on towards the north, at the distance of half a mile: a being which had the shape of a man, but apparently of gigantic stature, sat in the sledge, and guided the dogs. We watched the rapid progress of the traveller with our telescopes, until he was lost among the distant inequalities of the ice.<p/><p/>This appearance excited our unqualified wonder. We were, as we believed, many hundred miles from any land; but this apparition seemed to denote that it was not, in reality, so distant as we had supposed. Shut in, however, by ice, it was impossible to follow his track, which we had observed with the greatest

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Witness: f1818 plains of ice, which seemed to have no end. Some of my comrades groaned, and my own mind began to grow watchful with anxious thoughts, when a strange sight suddenly attracted our attention, and diverted our solicitude from our own situation. We perceived a low carriage, fixed on a sledge and drawn by dogs, pass on towards the north, at the distance of half a mile: a being which had the shape of a man, but apparently of gigantic stature, sat in the sledge, and guided the dogs. We watched the rapid progress of the traveller with our telescopes, until he was lost among the distant inequalities of the ice.<p/><p/>This appearance excited our unqualified wonder. We were, as we believed, many hundred miles from any land; but this apparition seemed to denote that it was not, in reality, so distant as we had supposed. Shut in, however, by ice, it was impossible to follow his track, which we had observed with the greatest
Witness: f1823 plains of ice, which seemed to have no end. Some of my comrades groaned, and my own mind began to grow watchful with anxious thoughts, when a strange sight suddenly attracted our attention, and diverted our solicitude from our own situation. We perceived a low carriage, fixed on a sledge and drawn by dogs, pass on towards the north, at the distance of half a mile: a being which had the shape of a man, but apparently of gigantic stature, sat in the sledge, and guided the dogs. We watched the rapid progress of the traveller with our telescopes, until he was lost among the distant inequalities of the ice.<p/><p/>This appearance excited our unqualified wonder. We were, as we believed, many hundred miles from any land; but this apparition seemed to denote that it was not, in reality, so distant as we had supposed. Shut in, however, by ice, it was impossible to follow his track, which we had observed with the greatest
Witness: f1831 plains of ice, which seemed to have no end. Some of my comrades groaned, and my own mind began to grow watchful with anxious thoughts, when a strange sight suddenly attracted our attention, and diverted our solicitude from our own situation. We perceived a low carriage, fixed on a sledge and drawn by dogs, pass on towards the north, at the distance of half a mile: a being which had the shape of a man, but apparently of gigantic stature, sat in the sledge, and guided the dogs. We watched the rapid progress of the traveller with our telescopes, until he was lost among the distant inequalities of the ice.<p/><p/>This appearance excited our unqualified wonder. We were, as we believed, many hundred miles from any land; but this apparition seemed to denote that it was not, in reality, so distant as we had supposed. Shut in, however, by ice, it was impossible to follow his track, which we had observed with the greatest

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Witness: fThomas attention. Are we then near land, and is this unknown wast inhabited by giants, of which the being we saw is a specimen? Such an idea is contrary to all experience, but if what we saw was an optical delusion, it was the most perfect and wonderful recorded in the history of nature.<p/><p/>About

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Witness: f1818 two hours after this occurrence, we heard the ground sea; and before night the ice broke, and freed our ship. We, however, lay to until the morning, fearing to encounter in the dark those large loose masses which float about after the breaking up of the ice. I profited of this time to rest for a few hours.<p/><p/>In the morning, however, as soon as it was light, I went upon deck, and found all the sailors busy on one side of the vessel, apparently talking to some one in the sea. It was, in fact, a sledge, like that we had seen before, which had drifted towards us in the night, on a large fragment of ice. Only one dog remained alive; but there was a human being within it, whom the sailors were persuading to enter the vessel. He was not, as the other traveller seemed to be, a savage inhabitant of some undiscovered island, but an European. When I appeared on deck, the master said, “Here is our captain, and he will not allow you to perish on the open sea.”<p/><p/>On perceiving me, the stranger addressed me in English, although with a foreign accent. “Before I come on board your vessel,” said he, “will you have the kindness to inform me whither you are bound?”<p/><p/>You may conceive my astonishment on hearing such a question addressed to me from a man on the brink of destruction, and to whom I should have supposed that my vessel would have been a resource which he would not have exchanged for the most precious wealth the earth can afford. I replied, however, that we were on a voyage of discovery towards the northern pole.<p/><p/>Upon hearing this he appeared satisfied, and consented to come on board. Good God! Margaret, if you had seen the man who thus capitulated for his safety, your surprise would have been boundless. His limbs were nearly frozen, and his body dreadfully emaciated by fatigue and suffering. I never saw a man in so wretched a condition. We attempted to carry him into the cabin; but as soon as he had quitted the fresh air, he fainted. We accordingly brought him back to the deck, and restored him to animation by rubbing him with brandy, and forcing him to swallow a small quantity. As soon as he
Witness: f1823 two hours after this occurrence, we heard the ground sea; and before night the ice broke, and freed our ship. We, however, lay to until the morning, fearing to encounter in the dark those large loose masses which float about after the breaking up of the ice. I profited of this time to rest for a few hours.<p/><p/>In the morning, however, as soon as it was light, I went upon deck, and found all the sailors busy on one side of the vessel, apparently talking to some one in the sea. It was, in fact, a sledge, like that we had seen before, which had drifted towards us in the night, on a large fragment of ice. Only one dog remained alive; but there was a human being within it, whom the sailors were persuading to enter the vessel. He was not, as the other traveller seemed to be, a savage inhabitant of some undiscovered island, but an European. When I appeared on deck, the master said, “Here is our captain, and he will not allow you to perish on the open sea.”<p/><p/>On perceiving me, the stranger addressed me in English, although with a foreign accent. “Before I come on board your vessel,” said he, “will you have the kindness to inform me whither you are bound?”<p/><p/>You may conceive my astonishment on hearing such a question addressed to me from a man on the brink of destruction, and to whom I should have supposed that my vessel would have been a resource which he would not have exchanged for the most precious wealth the earth can afford. I replied, however, that we were on a voyage of discovery towards the northern pole.<p/><p/>Upon hearing this he appeared satisfied, and consented to come on board. Good God! Margaret, if you had seen the man who thus capitulated for his safety, your surprise would have been boundless. His limbs were nearly frozen, and his body dreadfully emaciated by fatigue and suffering. I never saw a man in so wretched a condition. We attempted to carry him into the cabin; but as soon as he had quitted the fresh air, he fainted. We accordingly brought him back to the deck, and restored him to animation by rubbing him with brandy, and forcing him to swallow a small quantity. As soon as he
Witness: fThomas two hours after this occurrence, we heard the ground sea; and before night the ice broke, and freed our ship. We, however, lay to until the morning, fearing to encounter in the dark those large loose masses which float about after the breaking up of the ice. I profited of this time to rest for a few hours.<p/><p/>In the morning, however, as soon as it was light, I went upon deck, and found all the sailors busy on one side of the vessel, apparently talking to some one in the sea. It was, in fact, a sledge, like that we had seen before, which had drifted towards us in the night, on a large fragment of ice. Only one dog remained alive; but there was a human being within it, whom the sailors were persuading to enter the vessel. He was not, as the other traveller seemed to be, a savage inhabitant of some undiscovered island, but an European. When I appeared on deck, the master said, “Here is our captain, and he will not allow you to perish on the open sea.”<p/><p/>On perceiving me, the stranger addressed me in English, although with a foreign accent. “Before I come on board your vessel,” said he, “will you have the kindness to inform me whither you are bound?”<p/><p/>You may conceive my astonishment on hearing such a question addressed to me from a man on the brink of destruction, and to whom I should have supposed that my vessel would have been a resource which he would not have exchanged for the most precious wealth the earth can afford. I replied, however, that we were on a voyage of discovery towards the northern pole.<p/><p/>Upon hearing this he appeared satisfied, and consented to come on board. Good God! Margaret, if you had seen the man who thus capitulated for his safety, your surprise would have been boundless. His limbs were nearly frozen, and his body dreadfully emaciated by fatigue and suffering. I never saw a man in so wretched a condition. We attempted to carry him into the cabin; but as soon as he had quitted the fresh air, he fainted. We accordingly brought him back to the deck, and restored him to animation by rubbing him with brandy, and forcing him to swallow a small quantity. As soon as he
Witness: f1831 two hours after this occurrence, we heard the ground sea; and before night the ice broke, and freed our ship. We, however, lay to until the morning, fearing to encounter in the dark those large loose masses which float about after the breaking up of the ice. I profited of this time to rest for a few hours.<p/><p/>In the morning, however, as soon as it was light, I went upon deck, and found all the sailors busy on one side of the vessel, apparently talking to some one in the sea. It was, in fact, a sledge, like that we had seen before, which had drifted towards us in the night, on a large fragment of ice. Only one dog remained alive; but there was a human being within it, whom the sailors were persuading to enter the vessel. He was not, as the other traveller seemed to be, a savage inhabitant of some undiscovered island, but an European. When I appeared on deck, the master said, “Here is our captain, and he will not allow you to perish on the open sea.”<p/><p/>On perceiving me, the stranger addressed me in English, although with a foreign accent. “Before I come on board your vessel,” said he, “will you have the kindness to inform me whither you are bound?”<p/><p/>You may conceive my astonishment on hearing such a question addressed to me from a man on the brink of destruction, and to whom I should have supposed that my vessel would have been a resource which he would not have exchanged for the most precious wealth the earth can afford. I replied, however, that we were on a voyage of discovery towards the northern pole.<p/><p/>Upon hearing this he appeared satisfied, and consented to come on board. Good God! Margaret, if you had seen the man who thus capitulated for his safety, your surprise would have been boundless. His limbs were nearly frozen, and his body dreadfully emaciated by fatigue and suffering. I never saw a man in so wretched a condition. We attempted to carry him into the cabin; but as soon as he had quitted the fresh air, he fainted. We accordingly brought him back to the deck, and restored him to animation by rubbing him with brandy, and forcing him to swallow a small quantity. As soon as he

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Witness: f1818 we wrapped him up in blankets, and placed him near the chimney of the
Witness: f1823 we wrapped him up in blankets, and placed him near the chimney of the
Witness: fThomas we wrapped him up in blankets, and placed him near the chimney of the
Witness: f1831 we wrapped him up in blankets, and placed him near the chimney of the

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Witness: f1818 By slow degrees he recovered, and ate a little soup, which restored him wonderfully.<p/><p/>Two days passed in this manner before he was able to speak; and I often feared that his sufferings had deprived him of understanding. When he had in some measure recovered, I removed him to my own cabin, and attended on him as much as my duty would permit. I never saw a more interesting creature: his eyes have generally an expression of wildness, and even madness; but there are moments when, if any one performs an act of kindness towards him, or does him any the most trifling service, his whole countenance is lighted up, as it were, with a beam of benevolence and sweetness that I never saw equalled. But he is generally melancholy and despairing; and sometimes he gnashes his teeth, as if impatient of the weight of woes that oppresses him.<p/><p/>When my guest was a little recovered, I had great trouble to keep off the men, who wished to ask him a thousand questions; but I would not allow him to be tormented by their idle curiosity, in a state of body and mind whose restoration evidently depended upon entire repose. Once, however, the lieutenant asked, Why he had come so far upon the ice in so strange a vehicle?<p/><p/>His countenance instantly assumed an aspect of the deepest gloom; and he replied, “To seek one who fled from me.”<p/><p/>“And did the man whom you pursued travel in the same fashion?”<p/><p/>“Yes.”<p/><p/>“Then I fancy we have seen him;
Witness: f1823 By slow degrees he recovered, and ate a little soup, which restored him wonderfully.<p/><p/>Two days passed in this manner before he was able to speak; and I often feared that his sufferings had deprived him of understanding. When he had in some measure recovered, I removed him to my own cabin, and attended on him as much as my duty would permit. I never saw a more interesting creature: his eyes have generally an expression of wildness, and even madness; but there are moments when, if any one performs an act of kindness towards him, or does him any the most trifling service, his whole countenance is lighted up, as it were, with a beam of benevolence and sweetness that I never saw equalled. But he is generally melancholy and despairing; and sometimes he gnashes his teeth, as if impatient of the weight of woes that oppresses him.<p/><p/>When my guest was a little recovered, I had great trouble to keep off the men, who wished to ask him a thousand questions; but I would not allow him to be tormented by their idle curiosity, in a state of body and mind whose restoration evidently depended upon entire repose. Once, however, the lieutenant asked, Why he had come so far upon the ice in so strange a vehicle?<p/><p/>His countenance instantly assumed an aspect of the deepest gloom; and he replied, “To seek one who fled from me.”<p/><p/>“And did the man whom you pursued travel in the same fashion?”<p/><p/>“Yes.”<p/><p/>“Then I fancy we have seen him;
Witness: fThomas By slow degrees he recovered, and ate a little soup, which restored him wonderfully.<p/><p/>Two days passed in this manner before he was able to speak; and I often feared that his sufferings had deprived him of understanding. When he had in some measure recovered, I removed him to my own cabin, and attended on him as much as my duty would permit. I never saw a more interesting creature: his eyes have generally an expression of wildness, and even madness; but there are moments when, if any one performs an act of kindness towards him, or does him any the most trifling service, his whole countenance is lighted up, as it were, with a beam of benevolence and sweetness that I never saw equalled. But he is generally melancholy and despairing; and sometimes he gnashes his teeth, as if impatient of the weight of woes that oppresses him.<p/><p/>When my guest was a little recovered, I had great trouble to keep off the men, who wished to ask him a thousand questions; but I would not allow him to be tormented by their idle curiosity, in a state of body and mind whose restoration evidently depended upon entire repose. Once, however, the lieutenant asked, Why he had come so far upon the ice in so strange a vehicle?<p/><p/>His countenance instantly assumed an aspect of the deepest gloom; and he replied, “To seek one who fled from me.”<p/><p/>“And did the man whom you pursued travel in the same fashion?”<p/><p/>“Yes.”<p/><p/>“Then I fancy we have seen him;
Witness: f1831 By slow degrees he recovered, and ate a little soup, which restored him wonderfully.<p/><p/>Two days passed in this manner before he was able to speak; and I often feared that his sufferings had deprived him of understanding. When he had in some measure recovered, I removed him to my own cabin, and attended on him as much as my duty would permit. I never saw a more interesting creature: his eyes have generally an expression of wildness, and even madness; but there are moments when, if any one performs an act of kindness towards him, or does him any the most trifling service, his whole countenance is lighted up, as it were, with a beam of benevolence and sweetness that I never saw equalled. But he is generally melancholy and despairing; and sometimes he gnashes his teeth, as if impatient of the weight of woes that oppresses him.<p/><p/>When my guest was a little recovered, I had great trouble to keep off the men, who wished to ask him a thousand questions; but I would not allow him to be tormented by their idle curiosity, in a state of body and mind whose restoration evidently depended upon entire repose. Once, however, the lieutenant asked, Why he had come so far upon the ice in so strange a vehicle?<p/><p/>His countenance instantly assumed an aspect of the deepest gloom; and he replied, “To seek one who fled from me.”<p/><p/>“And did the man whom you pursued travel in the same fashion?”<p/><p/>“Yes.”<p/><p/>“Then I fancy we have seen him;

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Witness: f1818 the day before we picked you up, we saw some dogs drawing a sledge, with a man in it, across the ice.”<p/><p/>This aroused the stranger’s attention; and he asked a multitude of questions concerning the route which the dæmon, as he called him, had pursued. Soon after, when he was alone with me, he
Witness: f1823 the day before we picked you up, we saw some dogs drawing a sledge, with a man in it, across the ice.”<p/><p/>This aroused the stranger’s attention; and he asked a multitude of questions concerning the route which the dæmon, as he called him, had pursued. Soon after, when he was alone with me, he
Witness: fThomas the day before we picked you up, we saw some dogs drawing a sledge, with a man in it, across the ice.”<p/><p/>This aroused the stranger’s attention; and he asked a multitude of questions concerning the route which the dæmon, as he called him, had pursued. Soon after, when he was alone with me, he
Witness: f1831 the day before we picked you up, we saw some dogs drawing a sledge, with a man in it, across the ice.”<p/><p/>This aroused the stranger’s attention; and he asked a multitude of questions concerning the route which the dæmon, as he called him, had pursued. Soon after, when he was alone with me, he

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Witness: f1818 have, doubtless, excited your curiosity, as well as that of these good people; but you are too considerate to make
Witness: f1823 have, doubtless, excited your curiosity, as well as that of these good people; but you are too considerate to make
Witness: fThomas have, doubtless, excited your curiosity, as well as that of these good people; but you are too considerate to make
Witness: f1831 have, doubtless, excited your curiosity, as well as that of these good people; but you are too considerate to make

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Witness: f1831 enquiries.”<p/><p/>“Certainly;

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Witness: f1818 inquiries.”<p/><p/>“Certainly;
Witness: f1823 inquiries.”<p/><p/>“Certainly;
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Witness: f1818 it would indeed be very impertinent and inhuman in me to trouble you with any inquisitiveness of mine.”<p/><p/>“And yet you rescued me from a strange and perilous situation; you have benevolently restored me to life.”<p/><p/>Soon after this he
Witness: f1823 it would indeed be very impertinent and inhuman in me to trouble you with any inquisitiveness of mine.”<p/><p/>“And yet you rescued me from a strange and perilous situation; you have benevolently restored me to life.”<p/><p/>Soon after this he
Witness: fThomas it would indeed be very impertinent and inhuman in me to trouble you with any inquisitiveness of mine.”<p/><p/>“And yet you rescued me from a strange and perilous situation; you have benevolently restored me to life.”<p/><p/>Soon after this he
Witness: f1831 it would indeed be very impertinent and inhuman in me to trouble you with any inquisitiveness of mine.”<p/><p/>“And yet you rescued me from a strange and perilous situation; you have benevolently restored me to life.”<p/><p/>Soon after this he

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Witness: f1818 if I thought that the breaking up of the ice had destroyed the other sledge? I replied, that I could not answer with any degree of certainty; for the ice had not broken until near midnight, and the traveller might have arrived at a place of safety before that time; but of this I could not judge.<p/><p/>From this time
Witness: f1823 if I thought that the breaking up of the ice had destroyed the other sledge? I replied, that I could not answer with any degree of certainty; for the ice had not broken until near midnight, and the traveller might have arrived at a place of safety before that time; but of this I could not judge.<p/><p/>From this time
Witness: fThomas if I thought that the breaking up of the ice had destroyed the other sledge? I replied, that I could not answer with any degree of certainty; for the ice had not broken until near midnight, and the traveller might have arrived at a place of safety before that time; but of this I could not judge.<p/><p/>From this time
Witness: f1831 if I thought that the breaking up of the ice had destroyed the other sledge? I replied, that I could not answer with any degree of certainty; for the ice had not broken until near midnight, and the traveller might have arrived at a place of safety before that time; but of this I could not judge.<p/><p/>From this time

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Witness: f1831 a new spirit of life animated the decaying frame of the stranger. He manifested the greatest eagerness

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Witness: f1818 to be upon deck, to watch for the sledge which had before appeared; but I have persuaded him to remain in the cabin, for he is far too weak to sustain the rawness of the atmosphere.
Witness: f1823 to be upon deck, to watch for the sledge which had before appeared; but I have persuaded him to remain in the cabin, for he is far too weak to sustain the rawness of the atmosphere.
Witness: fThomas to be upon deck, to watch for the sledge which had before appeared; but I have persuaded him to remain in the cabin, for he is far too weak to sustain the rawness of the atmosphere.
Witness: f1831 to be upon deck, to watch for the sledge which had before appeared; but I have persuaded him to remain in the cabin, for he is far too weak to sustain the rawness of the atmosphere.

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Witness: f1818 I have promised that some one should watch for him, and give him instant notice if any new object should appear in sight.<p/><p/>Such is my journal of what relates to this strange occurrence up to the present day. The stranger has gradually improved in health, but is very silent, and appears uneasy when any one except myself enters his cabin. Yet his manners are so conciliating and gentle, that the sailors are all interested in him, although they have had very little communication with him. For my own part, I begin to love him as a brother; and his constant and deep grief fills me with sympathy and compassion. He must have been a noble creature in his better days, being even now in wreck so attractive and amiable.<p/><p/>I said in one of my letters, my dear Margaret, that I should find no friend on the wide ocean; yet I have found a man who, before his spirit had been broken by misery, I should have been happy to have possessed as the brother of my heart.<p/><p/>I shall continue my journal concerning the stranger at intervals, should I have any fresh incidents to record.<p/>
Witness: f1823 I have promised that some one should watch for him, and give him instant notice if any new object should appear in sight.<p/><p/>Such is my journal of what relates to this strange occurrence up to the present day. The stranger has gradually improved in health, but is very silent, and appears uneasy when any one except myself enters his cabin. Yet his manners are so conciliating and gentle, that the sailors are all interested in him, although they have had very little communication with him. For my own part, I begin to love him as a brother; and his constant and deep grief fills me with sympathy and compassion. He must have been a noble creature in his better days, being even now in wreck so attractive and amiable.<p/><p/>I said in one of my letters, my dear Margaret, that I should find no friend on the wide ocean; yet I have found a man who, before his spirit had been broken by misery, I should have been happy to have possessed as the brother of my heart.<p/><p/>I shall continue my journal concerning the stranger at intervals, should I have any fresh incidents to record.<p/>
Witness: fThomas I have promised that some one should watch for him, and give him instant notice if any new object should appear in sight.<p/><p/>Such is my journal of what relates to this strange occurrence up to the present day. The stranger has gradually improved in health, but is very silent, and appears uneasy when any one except myself enters his cabin. Yet his manners are so conciliating and gentle, that the sailors are all interested in him, although they have had very little communication with him. For my own part, I begin to love him as a brother; and his constant and deep grief fills me with sympathy and compassion. He must have been a noble creature in his better days, being even now in wreck so attractive and amiable.<p/><p/>I said in one of my letters, my dear Margaret, that I should find no friend on the wide ocean; yet I have found a man who, before his spirit had been broken by misery, I should have been happy to have possessed as the brother of my heart.<p/><p/>I shall continue my journal concerning the stranger at intervals, should I have any fresh incidents to record.<p/>
Witness: f1831 I have promised that some one should watch for him, and give him instant notice if any new object should appear in sight.<p/><p/>Such is my journal of what relates to this strange occurrence up to the present day. The stranger has gradually improved in health, but is very silent, and appears uneasy when any one except myself enters his cabin. Yet his manners are so conciliating and gentle, that the sailors are all interested in him, although they have had very little communication with him. For my own part, I begin to love him as a brother; and his constant and deep grief fills me with sympathy and compassion. He must have been a noble creature in his better days, being even now in wreck so attractive and amiable.<p/><p/>I said in one of my letters, my dear Margaret, that I should find no friend on the wide ocean; yet I have found a man who, before his spirit had been broken by misery, I should have been happy to have possessed as the brother of my heart.<p/><p/>I shall continue my journal concerning the stranger at intervals, should I have any fresh incidents to record.<p/>

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Witness: f1818 <p/>August 13th, 17—.<p/><p/>My affection for my guest increases every day. He excites at once my admiration and my pity to an astonishing degree. How can I see so noble a creature destroyed by
Witness: f1823 <p/>August 13th, 17—.<p/><p/>My affection for my guest increases every day. He excites at once my admiration and my pity to an astonishing degree. How can I see so noble a creature destroyed by
Witness: fThomas <p/>August 13th, 17—.<p/><p/>My affection for my guest increases every day. He excites at once my admiration and my pity to an astonishing degree. How can I see so noble a creature destroyed by
Witness: f1831 <p/>August 13th, 17—.<p/><p/>My affection for my guest increases every day. He excites at once my admiration and my pity to an astonishing degree. How can I see so noble a creature destroyed by

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Witness: f1818 misery
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Witness: f1818 without feeling the most poignant grief? He is so gentle, yet so wise; his mind is so cultivated;
Witness: f1823 without feeling the most poignant grief? He is so gentle, yet so wise; his mind is so cultivated;
Witness: fThomas without feeling the most poignant grief? He is so gentle, yet so wise; his mind is so cultivated;
Witness: f1831 without feeling the most poignant grief? He is so gentle, yet so wise; his mind is so cultivated;

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Witness: f1818 and when he speaks,
Witness: f1823 and when he speaks,
Witness: f1831 and when he speaks,

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Witness: fThomas and when he speaks, in his native language which is French,

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Witness: f1818 although his words are culled with the choicest art, yet they flow with rapidity and unparalleled eloquence.<p/><p/>He is now much recovered from his illness, and is continually on the deck, apparently watching for the sledge that preceded his own. Yet, although unhappy, he is not so utterly occupied by his own misery, but that he interests himself deeply in the
Witness: f1823 although his words are culled with the choicest art, yet they flow with rapidity and unparalleled eloquence.<p/><p/>He is now much recovered from his illness, and is continually on the deck, apparently watching for the sledge that preceded his own. Yet, although unhappy, he is not so utterly occupied by his own misery, but that he interests himself deeply in the
Witness: fThomas although his words are culled with the choicest art, yet they flow with rapidity and unparalleled eloquence.<p/><p/>He is now much recovered from his illness, and is continually on the deck, apparently watching for the sledge that preceded his own. Yet, although unhappy, he is not so utterly occupied by his own misery, but that he interests himself deeply in the
Witness: f1831 although his words are culled with the choicest art, yet they flow with rapidity and unparalleled eloquence.<p/><p/>He is now much recovered from his illness, and is continually on the deck, apparently watching for the sledge that preceded his own. Yet, although unhappy, he is not so utterly occupied by his own misery, but that he interests himself deeply in the

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Witness: f1818 employments
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Witness: f1818 of others. He has
Witness: f1823 of others. He has
Witness: fThomas of others. He has
Witness: f1831 of others. He has

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Witness: f1831 frequently conversed with me on mine, which I have communicated to him without disguise. He entered attentively into all my arguments in favour of my eventual success, and into every minute detail of the measures I had taken to secure it. I was easily led by the sympathy which he evinced, to use the language of my heart; to give utterance to the burning ardour of my soul; and to say, with all the fervour that warmed me, how gladly I would sacrifice my fortune, my existence, my every hope, to the furtherance of my enterprise. One man’s life or death were but a small price to pay for the acquirement of the knowledge which I sought; for the dominion I should acquire and transmit over the elemental foes of our race. As I spoke, a dark gloom spread over my listener’s countenance. At first I perceived that he tried to suppress his emotion; he placed his hands before his eyes; and my voice quivered and failed me, as I beheld tears trickle fast from between his fingers,—a groan burst from his heaving breast. I paused; —at length he spoke, in broken accents:—“Unhappy man! Do you share my madness? Have you drank also of the intoxicating draught? Hear me,—let me reveal my tale, and you will dash the cup from your lips!”<p/> <p/>Such words, you may imagine, strongly excited my curiosity; but the paroxysm of grief that had seized the stranger overcame his weakened powers, and many hours of repose and tranquil conversation were necessary to restore his composure.<p/> <p/>Having conquered the violence of his feelings, he appeared to despise himself for being the slave of passion; and quelling the dark tyranny of despair, he led me again to converse concerning myself personally. He asked me the history of my earlier years. The tale was quickly told: but it awakened various trains of reflection. I spoke of my desire of finding a friend—of my thirst for a more intimate sympathy with a fellow mind than had ever fallen to my lot; and expressed my conviction that a man could boast of little happiness, who did not enjoy this blessing.<p/> <p/>“I agree with you,” replied the stranger; “we are unfashioned creatures, but half made up, if one wiser, better, dearer than ourselves—such a friend ought to be—do not lend his aid to perfectionate our weak and faulty natures.

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Witness: f1818 asked me many questions concerning my design; and I have related my little history frankly to him. He appeared pleased with the confidence, and suggested several alterations in my plan, which I shall find exceedingly useful. There is no pedantry in his manner; but all he does appears to spring solely from the interest he instinctively takes in the welfare of those who surround him. He is often overcome by
Witness: f1823 asked me many questions concerning my design; and I have related my little history frankly to him. He appeared pleased with the confidence, and suggested several alterations in my plan, which I shall find exceedingly useful. There is no pedantry in his manner; but all he does appears to spring solely from the interest he instinctively takes in the welfare of those who surround him. He is often overcome by
Witness: fThomas asked me many questions concerning my design; and I have related my little history frankly to him. He appeared pleased with the confidence, and suggested several alterations in my plan, which I shall find exceedingly useful. There is no pedantry in his manner; but all he does appears to spring solely from the interest he instinctively takes in the welfare of those who surround him. He is often overcome by

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Witness: fThomas a gloom,

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Witness: fThomas and then he sits by himself, and tries to overcome all that is sullen or unsocial in his humour. These paroxysms pass from him like a cloud from before the sun, though his dejection never leaves him. <add/>Which veils his countenance like deep night—he neither speaks or notices anything around him, but sitting on a gun will gaze on the sea and I have sometimes observed his dark eyelash wet with a tear which falls silently silently in the deep. This unobtrusive sorrow excites in me the most painful interest, and he will at times reward my sympathy by throwing aside this veil of mortal woe, and then his ardent looks, his deep toned voice and powerful eloquence entrance me with delight.<add/>

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Witness: f1818 and then he sits by himself, and tries to overcome all that is sullen or unsocial in his humour. These paroxysms pass from him like a cloud from before the sun, though his dejection never leaves him.
Witness: f1823 and then he sits by himself, and tries to overcome all that is sullen or unsocial in his humour. These paroxysms pass from him like a cloud from before the sun, though his dejection never leaves him.

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Witness: f1818 I have endeavoured to win his confidence; and I trust that I have succeeded. One day I mentioned to him the desire I had always felt of finding a friend who might
Witness: f1823 I have endeavoured to win his confidence; and I trust that I have succeeded. One day I mentioned to him the desire I had always felt of finding a friend who might
Witness: fThomas I have endeavoured to win his confidence; and I trust that I have succeeded. One day I mentioned to him the desire I had always felt of finding a friend who might

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Witness: f1823 sympathise

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Witness: f1818 with me, and direct me by his counsel. I said, I did not belong to that class of men who are offended by advice. “I am self-educated, and perhaps I hardly rely sufficiently upon my own powers. I
Witness: f1823 with me, and direct me by his counsel. I said, I did not belong to that class of men who are offended by advice. “I am self-educated, and perhaps I hardly rely sufficiently upon my own powers. I
Witness: fThomas with me, and direct me by his counsel. I said, I did not belong to that class of men who are offended by advice. “I am self-educated, and perhaps I hardly rely sufficiently upon my own powers. I

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Witness: f1818 wish therefore
Witness: fThomas wish therefore

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Witness: f1818 that my companion should be wiser and more experienced than myself, to confirm and support me; nor have I believed it impossible to find a true friend.”<p/><p/>“I agree with you,” replied the stranger, “in believing that friendship is not only a desirable, but a possible acquisition.
Witness: f1823 that my companion should be wiser and more experienced than myself, to confirm and support me; nor have I believed it impossible to find a true friend.”<p/><p/>“I agree with you,” replied the stranger, “in believing that friendship is not only a desirable, but a possible acquisition.
Witness: fThomas that my companion should be wiser and more experienced than myself, to confirm and support me; nor have I believed it impossible to find a true friend.”<p/><p/>“I agree with you,” replied the stranger, “in believing that friendship is not only a desirable, but a possible acquisition.

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Witness: f1818 I once had a friend, the most noble of human creatures, and am entitled, therefore, to judge respecting friendship. You have hope, and the world before you, and have no cause for despair. But I—I have lost every thing, and cannot begin life anew.”<p/><p/>As he said this, his countenance became expressive of a calm settled grief, that touched me to the heart. But he was silent, and presently retired to his cabin.<p/><p/>Even broken in spirit as he is, no one can feel more deeply than he does the beauties of nature. The starry sky, the sea, and every sight afforded by these wonderful regions, seems still to have the power of elevating his soul from earth. Such a man has a double existence: he may suffer misery, and be overwhelmed by disappointments;
Witness: f1823 I once had a friend, the most noble of human creatures, and am entitled, therefore, to judge respecting friendship. You have hope, and the world before you, and have no cause for despair. But I—I have lost every thing, and cannot begin life anew.”<p/><p/>As he said this, his countenance became expressive of a calm settled grief, that touched me to the heart. But he was silent, and presently retired to his cabin.<p/><p/>Even broken in spirit as he is, no one can feel more deeply than he does the beauties of nature. The starry sky, the sea, and every sight afforded by these wonderful regions, seems still to have the power of elevating his soul from earth. Such a man has a double existence: he may suffer misery, and be overwhelmed by disappointments;
Witness: fThomas I once had a friend, the most noble of human creatures, and am entitled, therefore, to judge respecting friendship. You have hope, and the world before you, and have no cause for despair. But I—I have lost every thing, and cannot begin life anew.”<p/><p/>As he said this, his countenance became expressive of a calm settled grief, that touched me to the heart. But he was silent, and presently retired to his cabin.<p/><p/>Even broken in spirit as he is, no one can feel more deeply than he does the beauties of nature. The starry sky, the sea, and every sight afforded by these wonderful regions, seems still to have the power of elevating his soul from earth. Such a man has a double existence: he may suffer misery, and be overwhelmed by disappointments;
Witness: f1831 I once had a friend, the most noble of human creatures, and am entitled, therefore, to judge respecting friendship. You have hope, and the world before you, and have no cause for despair. But I—I have lost every thing, and cannot begin life anew.”<p/><p/>As he said this, his countenance became expressive of a calm settled grief, that touched me to the heart. But he was silent, and presently retired to his cabin.<p/><p/>Even broken in spirit as he is, no one can feel more deeply than he does the beauties of nature. The starry sky, the sea, and every sight afforded by these wonderful regions, seems still to have the power of elevating his soul from earth. Such a man has a double existence: he may suffer misery, and be overwhelmed by disappointments;

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Witness: f1818 yet
Witness: fThomas yet

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Witness: f1823 yet,
Witness: f1831 yet,

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Witness: f1818 when he has retired into himself, he will be like a celestial spirit, that has a halo around him, within whose circle no grief or folly ventures.<p/><p/>Will you
Witness: f1823 when he has retired into himself, he will be like a celestial spirit, that has a halo around him, within whose circle no grief or folly ventures.<p/><p/>Will you
Witness: fThomas when he has retired into himself, he will be like a celestial spirit, that has a halo around him, within whose circle no grief or folly ventures.<p/><p/>Will you
Witness: f1831 when he has retired into himself, he will be like a celestial spirit, that has a halo around him, within whose circle no grief or folly ventures.<p/><p/>Will you

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Witness: f1818 laugh
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Witness: fThomas laugh

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Witness: f1831 smile

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Witness: f1818 at the enthusiasm I express concerning this divine wanderer?
Witness: f1823 at the enthusiasm I express concerning this divine wanderer?
Witness: fThomas at the enthusiasm I express concerning this divine wanderer?
Witness: f1831 at the enthusiasm I express concerning this divine wanderer?

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Witness: f1831 You would not, if you saw him. You have been tutored and refined by books and retirement from the world, and you are, therefore, somewhat fastidious; but this only renders you the more fit to appreciate the extraordinary merits of this wonderful man. Sometimes I have endeavoured to discover what quality it is which he possesses, that elevates him so immeasurably above any other person I ever knew. I believe it to be an intuitive discernment; a quick but never-failing power of judgment; a penetration into the causes of things, unequalled for clearness and precision; add to this a facility of expression, and a voice whose varied intonations are soul-subduing music.<p/>

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Witness: f1818 If you do, you must have certainly lost that simplicity which was once your characteristic charm. Yet, if you will, smile at the warmth of my expressions, while I find every day new causes for repeating them.<p/>
Witness: f1823 If you do, you must have certainly lost that simplicity which was once your characteristic charm. Yet, if you will, smile at the warmth of my expressions, while I find every day new causes for repeating them.<p/>
Witness: fThomas If you do, you must have certainly lost that simplicity which was once your characteristic charm. Yet, if you will, smile at the warmth of my expressions, while I find every day new causes for repeating them.<p/>

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Witness: fMS

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Witness: f1818 <p/>August
Witness: f1823 <p/>August
Witness: fThomas <p/>August
Witness: f1831 <p/>August

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Witness: f1831 19.

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Witness: f1818 19th,
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Witness: f1818 17—.<p/><p/>Yesterday the stranger said to me, “You may easily perceive, Captain Walton, that I
Witness: f1823 17—.<p/><p/>Yesterday the stranger said to me, “You may easily perceive, Captain Walton, that I
Witness: fThomas 17—.<p/><p/>Yesterday the stranger said to me, “You may easily perceive, Captain Walton, that I
Witness: f1831 17—.<p/><p/>Yesterday the stranger said to me, “You may easily perceive, Captain Walton, that I

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Witness: f1818 have suffered
Witness: f1823 have suffered
Witness: f1831 have suffered
Witness: fThomas have suffered

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Witness: f1818 great and unparalleled misfortunes. I had determined,
Witness: f1823 great and unparalleled misfortunes. I had determined,
Witness: fThomas great and unparalleled misfortunes. I had determined,
Witness: f1831 great and unparalleled misfortunes. I had determined,

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Witness: f1831 at one time,

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Witness: f1818 once,
Witness: f1823 once,
Witness: fThomas once,

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Witness: f1818 that the memory
Witness: f1823 that the memory
Witness: fThomas that the memory
Witness: f1831 that the memory

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Witness: f1818 of these
Witness: f1823 of these
Witness: f1831 of these
Witness: fThomas of these

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Witness: f1818 evils should die with me; but you have won me to alter my determination. You
Witness: f1823 evils should die with me; but you have won me to alter my determination. You
Witness: fThomas evils should die with me; but you have won me to alter my determination. You
Witness: f1831 evils should die with me; but you have won me to alter my determination. You

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Witness: f1818 seek for
Witness: f1823 seek for
Witness: f1831 seek for
Witness: fThomas seek for

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Witness: f1818 knowledge and wisdom, as I once did; and I ardently hope that the gratification
Witness: f1823 knowledge and wisdom, as I once did; and I ardently hope that the gratification
Witness: fThomas knowledge and wisdom, as I once did; and I ardently hope that the gratification
Witness: f1831 knowledge and wisdom, as I once did; and I ardently hope that the gratification

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Witness: f1818 of your
Witness: f1823 of your
Witness: f1831 of your

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Witness: fThomas ofyour

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Witness: f1818 wishes may not be a serpent to sting you, as mine has been. I do not know that
Witness: f1823 wishes may not be a serpent to sting you, as mine has been. I do not know that
Witness: fThomas wishes may not be a serpent to sting you, as mine has been. I do not know that
Witness: f1831 wishes may not be a serpent to sting you, as mine has been. I do not know that

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Witness: f1818 the relation
Witness: f1823 the relation
Witness: f1831 the relation

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Witness: fThomas therelation

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Witness: f1818 of my
Witness: f1823 of my
Witness: fThomas of my
Witness: f1831 of my

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Witness: f1831 disasters

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Witness: f1818 misfortunes
Witness: f1823 misfortunes
Witness: fThomas misfortunes

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Witness: f1818 will be useful to
Witness: f1823 will be useful to
Witness: fThomas will be useful to
Witness: f1831 will be useful to

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Witness: f1818 you,
Witness: fThomas you,

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Witness: f1823 you;
Witness: f1831 you;

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Witness: f1818 yet,
Witness: f1823 yet,
Witness: fThomas yet,
Witness: f1831 yet,

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Witness: f1818 if
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Witness: fThomas if

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Witness: f1831 when I reflect that you are pursuing the same course, exposing yourself to the same dangers which have rendered me what I am, I imagine that you may deduce an apt moral from my tale; one that may direct you if you succeed in your undertaking, and console you in case of failure. Prepare to hear of occurrences which are usually deemed marvellous. Were we among the tamer scenes of nature, I might fear to encounter your unbelief, perhaps your ridicule; but many things will appear possible in these wild and mysterious regions, which would provoke the laughter of those unacquainted with the ever-varied powers of nature:—nor can I

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Witness: f1818 you are inclined, listen to my tale. I believe that the strange incidents connected with it will afford a view of nature, which may enlarge your faculties and understanding. You will hear of powers and occurrences, such as you have been accustomed to believe impossible: but I do not
Witness: f1823 you are inclined, listen to my tale. I believe that the strange incidents connected with it will afford a view of nature, which may enlarge your faculties and understanding. You will hear of powers and occurrences, such as you have been accustomed to believe impossible: but I do not
Witness: fThomas you are inclined, listen to my tale. I believe that the strange incidents connected with it will afford a view of nature, which may enlarge your faculties and understanding. You will hear of powers and occurrences, such as you have been accustomed to believe impossible: but I do not

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Witness: f1818 doubt
Witness: f1823 doubt
Witness: fThomas doubt

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Witness: f1831 doubt but

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Witness: f1818 that my tale conveys in its series internal evidence of the truth of the events of which it is composed.”<p/><p/>You may easily
Witness: f1823 that my tale conveys in its series internal evidence of the truth of the events of which it is composed.”<p/><p/>You may easily
Witness: fThomas that my tale conveys in its series internal evidence of the truth of the events of which it is composed.”<p/><p/>You may easily
Witness: f1831 that my tale conveys in its series internal evidence of the truth of the events of which it is composed.”<p/><p/>You may easily

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Witness: f1818 conceive
Witness: f1823 conceive
Witness: fThomas conceive

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Witness: f1831 imagine

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Witness: f1818 that I was much gratified by the offered communication; yet I could not endure that he should renew his grief by a recital of his misfortunes. I felt the greatest eagerness to hear the promised narrative, partly from curiosity, and partly from a strong desire to ameliorate his fate, if it were in my power. I expressed these feelings in my answer.<p/><p/>“I thank you,” he replied, “for your sympathy, but it is useless; my fate is nearly fulfilled. I wait but for one event, and then I shall repose in peace. I understand your feeling,” continued he, perceiving that I wished to interrupt him; “but you are mistaken, my friend, if thus you will allow me to name you; nothing can alter my destiny: listen to my history, and you will perceive how irrevocably it is
Witness: f1823 that I was much gratified by the offered communication; yet I could not endure that he should renew his grief by a recital of his misfortunes. I felt the greatest eagerness to hear the promised narrative, partly from curiosity, and partly from a strong desire to ameliorate his fate, if it were in my power. I expressed these feelings in my answer.<p/><p/>“I thank you,” he replied, “for your sympathy, but it is useless; my fate is nearly fulfilled. I wait but for one event, and then I shall repose in peace. I understand your feeling,” continued he, perceiving that I wished to interrupt him; “but you are mistaken, my friend, if thus you will allow me to name you; nothing can alter my destiny: listen to my history, and you will perceive how irrevocably it is
Witness: fThomas that I was much gratified by the offered communication; yet I could not endure that he should renew his grief by a recital of his misfortunes. I felt the greatest eagerness to hear the promised narrative, partly from curiosity, and partly from a strong desire to ameliorate his fate, if it were in my power. I expressed these feelings in my answer.<p/><p/>“I thank you,” he replied, “for your sympathy, but it is useless; my fate is nearly fulfilled. I wait but for one event, and then I shall repose in peace. I understand your feeling,” continued he, perceiving that I wished to interrupt him; “but you are mistaken, my friend, if thus you will allow me to name you; nothing can alter my destiny: listen to my history, and you will perceive how irrevocably it is
Witness: f1831 that I was much gratified by the offered communication; yet I could not endure that he should renew his grief by a recital of his misfortunes. I felt the greatest eagerness to hear the promised narrative, partly from curiosity, and partly from a strong desire to ameliorate his fate, if it were in my power. I expressed these feelings in my answer.<p/><p/>“I thank you,” he replied, “for your sympathy, but it is useless; my fate is nearly fulfilled. I wait but for one event, and then I shall repose in peace. I understand your feeling,” continued he, perceiving that I wished to interrupt him; “but you are mistaken, my friend, if thus you will allow me to name you; nothing can alter my destiny: listen to my history, and you will perceive how irrevocably it is

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Witness: f1818 then told me, that he would commence his narrative the next day when I should be at leisure. This promise drew from me the warmest thanks. I have resolved every night, when I am not
Witness: f1823 then told me, that he would commence his narrative the next day when I should be at leisure. This promise drew from me the warmest thanks. I have resolved every night, when I am not
Witness: fThomas then told me, that he would commence his narrative the next day when I should be at leisure. This promise drew from me the warmest thanks. I have resolved every night, when I am not
Witness: f1831 then told me, that he would commence his narrative the next day when I should be at leisure. This promise drew from me the warmest thanks. I have resolved every night, when I am not

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Witness: f1818 to record, as nearly as possible in his own words, what he has related during the day. If I should be engaged, I will at least make notes. This manuscript will doubtless afford you the greatest
Witness: f1823 to record, as nearly as possible in his own words, what he has related during the day. If I should be engaged, I will at least make notes. This manuscript will doubtless afford you the greatest
Witness: fThomas to record, as nearly as possible in his own words, what he has related during the day. If I should be engaged, I will at least make notes. This manuscript will doubtless afford you the greatest
Witness: f1831 to record, as nearly as possible in his own words, what he has related during the day. If I should be engaged, I will at least make notes. This manuscript will doubtless afford you the greatest

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Witness: f1818 but to me, who know him, and who hear it from his own lips, with what interest and sympathy shall I read it in some future
Witness: f1823 but to me, who know him, and who hear it from his own lips, with what interest and sympathy shall I read it in some future
Witness: fThomas but to me, who know him, and who hear it from his own lips, with what interest and sympathy shall I read it in some future
Witness: f1831 but to me, who know him, and who hear it from his own lips, with what interest and sympathy shall I read it in some future

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Witness: f1831 day! Even now, as I commence my task, his full-toned voice swells in my ears; his lustrous eyes dwell on me with all their melancholy sweetness; I see his thin hand raised in animation, while the lineaments of his face are irradiated by the soul within. Strange and harrowing must be his story; frightful the storm which embraced the gallant vessel on its course, and wrecked it—thus!<p/>

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Witness: f1818 day!<p/><head/>FRANKENSTEIN;<head/><head/><hi/>OR<hi/>,<head/><head/>THE MODERN PROMETHEUS.<head/>
Witness: f1823 day!<p/><head/>FRANKENSTEIN;<head/><head/><hi/>OR<hi/>,<head/><head/>THE MODERN PROMETHEUS.<head/>
Witness: fThomas day!<p/><head/>FRANKENSTEIN;<head/><head/><hi/>OR<hi/>,<head/><head/>THE MODERN PROMETHEUS.<head/>

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Witness: f1818 <hi/>AM<hi/> by birth a Genevese; and my family is one of the most distinguished of that republic. My ancestors had been for many years counsellors and syndics; and my father had filled several public situations with honour and reputation. He was respected by all who knew
Witness: f1823 <hi/>AM<hi/> by birth a Genevese; and my family is one of the most distinguished of that republic. My ancestors had been for many years counsellors and syndics; and my father had filled several public situations with honour and reputation. He was respected by all who knew
Witness: fThomas <hi/>AM<hi/> by birth a Genevese; and my family is one of the most distinguished of that republic. My ancestors had been for many years counsellors and syndics; and my father had filled several public situations with honour and reputation. He was respected by all who knew
Witness: f1831 <hi/>AM<hi/> by birth a Genevese; and my family is one of the most distinguished of that republic. My ancestors had been for many years counsellors and syndics; and my father had filled several public situations with honour and reputation. He was respected by all who knew

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Witness: f1818 for his integrity and indefatigable attention to public business. He passed his younger days perpetually occupied by the affairs of his country;
Witness: f1823 for his integrity and indefatigable attention to public business. He passed his younger days perpetually occupied by the affairs of his country;
Witness: fThomas for his integrity and indefatigable attention to public business. He passed his younger days perpetually occupied by the affairs of his country;
Witness: f1831 for his integrity and indefatigable attention to public business. He passed his younger days perpetually occupied by the affairs of his country;

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Witness: f1831 a variety of circumstances had prevented his marrying early, nor

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Witness: f1818 until the decline of life that he
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Witness: f1831 father of a family.<p/><p/>As

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Witness: f1823 state sons who might carry his virtues and his name down to posterity.<p/><p/>As
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Witness: f1818 the circumstances of his marriage illustrate his character, I cannot refrain from relating them. One of his most intimate friends was a merchant, who, from a flourishing state, fell, through numerous mischances, into poverty. This man, whose name was Beaufort, was of a proud and unbending disposition, and could not bear to live in poverty and oblivion in the same country where he had formerly been distinguished for his rank and magnificence. Having paid his debts, therefore, in the most honourable manner, he retreated with his daughter to the town of Lucerne, where he lived unknown and in wretchedness. My father loved Beaufort with the truest friendship, and was deeply grieved by his retreat in these unfortunate circumstances. He
Witness: f1823 the circumstances of his marriage illustrate his character, I cannot refrain from relating them. One of his most intimate friends was a merchant, who, from a flourishing state, fell, through numerous mischances, into poverty. This man, whose name was Beaufort, was of a proud and unbending disposition, and could not bear to live in poverty and oblivion in the same country where he had formerly been distinguished for his rank and magnificence. Having paid his debts, therefore, in the most honourable manner, he retreated with his daughter to the town of Lucerne, where he lived unknown and in wretchedness. My father loved Beaufort with the truest friendship, and was deeply grieved by his retreat in these unfortunate circumstances. He
Witness: fThomas the circumstances of his marriage illustrate his character, I cannot refrain from relating them. One of his most intimate friends was a merchant, who, from a flourishing state, fell, through numerous mischances, into poverty. This man, whose name was Beaufort, was of a proud and unbending disposition, and could not bear to live in poverty and oblivion in the same country where he had formerly been distinguished for his rank and magnificence. Having paid his debts, therefore, in the most honourable manner, he retreated with his daughter to the town of Lucerne, where he lived unknown and in wretchedness. My father loved Beaufort with the truest friendship, and was deeply grieved by his retreat in these unfortunate circumstances. He
Witness: f1831 the circumstances of his marriage illustrate his character, I cannot refrain from relating them. One of his most intimate friends was a merchant, who, from a flourishing state, fell, through numerous mischances, into poverty. This man, whose name was Beaufort, was of a proud and unbending disposition, and could not bear to live in poverty and oblivion in the same country where he had formerly been distinguished for his rank and magnificence. Having paid his debts, therefore, in the most honourable manner, he retreated with his daughter to the town of Lucerne, where he lived unknown and in wretchedness. My father loved Beaufort with the truest friendship, and was deeply grieved by his retreat in these unfortunate circumstances. He

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Witness: f1831 false pride which led his friend to a conduct so little worthy

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Witness: f1818 his society, and resolved
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Witness: f1818 him to begin the world again through his credit and assistance.<p/><p/>Beaufort had taken effectual measures to conceal himself; and it was ten months before my father discovered his abode. Overjoyed at this discovery, he hastened to the house, which was situated in a mean street, near the Reuss. But when he entered, misery and despair alone welcomed him. Beaufort had saved but a very small sum of money from the wreck of his fortunes; but it was sufficient to provide him with sustenance for some months, and in the mean time he hoped to procure some respectable employment in a merchant’s house. The interval
Witness: f1823 him to begin the world again through his credit and assistance.<p/><p/>Beaufort had taken effectual measures to conceal himself; and it was ten months before my father discovered his abode. Overjoyed at this discovery, he hastened to the house, which was situated in a mean street, near the Reuss. But when he entered, misery and despair alone welcomed him. Beaufort had saved but a very small sum of money from the wreck of his fortunes; but it was sufficient to provide him with sustenance for some months, and in the mean time he hoped to procure some respectable employment in a merchant’s house. The interval
Witness: fThomas him to begin the world again through his credit and assistance.<p/><p/>Beaufort had taken effectual measures to conceal himself; and it was ten months before my father discovered his abode. Overjoyed at this discovery, he hastened to the house, which was situated in a mean street, near the Reuss. But when he entered, misery and despair alone welcomed him. Beaufort had saved but a very small sum of money from the wreck of his fortunes; but it was sufficient to provide him with sustenance for some months, and in the mean time he hoped to procure some respectable employment in a merchant’s house. The interval
Witness: f1831 him to begin the world again through his credit and assistance.<p/><p/>Beaufort had taken effectual measures to conceal himself; and it was ten months before my father discovered his abode. Overjoyed at this discovery, he hastened to the house, which was situated in a mean street, near the Reuss. But when he entered, misery and despair alone welcomed him. Beaufort had saved but a very small sum of money from the wreck of his fortunes; but it was sufficient to provide him with sustenance for some months, and in the mean time he hoped to procure some respectable employment in a merchant’s house. The interval

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Witness: f1818 spent in inaction; his grief only became more deep and rankling, when he had leisure for reflection; and at length it took so fast hold of his mind, that at the end of three months he lay on a bed of sickness, incapable of any exertion.<p/><p/>His daughter attended him with the greatest tenderness; but she saw with despair that their little fund was rapidly decreasing, and that there was no other prospect of support. But Caroline Beaufort possessed a mind of an uncommon mould; and her courage rose to support her in her adversity. She procured plain work; she plaited straw; and by various means contrived to earn a pittance scarcely sufficient to support life.<p/><p/>Several months passed in this manner. Her father grew worse; her time was more entirely occupied in attending him; her means of subsistence decreased; and in the tenth month her father died in her arms, leaving her an orphan and a beggar. This last blow overcame her; and she knelt by Beaufort’s coffin, weeping bitterly, when my father entered the chamber. He came like a protecting spirit to the poor girl, who committed herself to his
Witness: f1823 spent in inaction; his grief only became more deep and rankling, when he had leisure for reflection; and at length it took so fast hold of his mind, that at the end of three months he lay on a bed of sickness, incapable of any exertion.<p/><p/>His daughter attended him with the greatest tenderness; but she saw with despair that their little fund was rapidly decreasing, and that there was no other prospect of support. But Caroline Beaufort possessed a mind of an uncommon mould; and her courage rose to support her in her adversity. She procured plain work; she plaited straw; and by various means contrived to earn a pittance scarcely sufficient to support life.<p/><p/>Several months passed in this manner. Her father grew worse; her time was more entirely occupied in attending him; her means of subsistence decreased; and in the tenth month her father died in her arms, leaving her an orphan and a beggar. This last blow overcame her; and she knelt by Beaufort’s coffin, weeping bitterly, when my father entered the chamber. He came like a protecting spirit to the poor girl, who committed herself to his
Witness: fThomas spent in inaction; his grief only became more deep and rankling, when he had leisure for reflection; and at length it took so fast hold of his mind, that at the end of three months he lay on a bed of sickness, incapable of any exertion.<p/><p/>His daughter attended him with the greatest tenderness; but she saw with despair that their little fund was rapidly decreasing, and that there was no other prospect of support. But Caroline Beaufort possessed a mind of an uncommon mould; and her courage rose to support her in her adversity. She procured plain work; she plaited straw; and by various means contrived to earn a pittance scarcely sufficient to support life.<p/><p/>Several months passed in this manner. Her father grew worse; her time was more entirely occupied in attending him; her means of subsistence decreased; and in the tenth month her father died in her arms, leaving her an orphan and a beggar. This last blow overcame her; and she knelt by Beaufort’s coffin, weeping bitterly, when my father entered the chamber. He came like a protecting spirit to the poor girl, who committed herself to his
Witness: f1831 spent in inaction; his grief only became more deep and rankling, when he had leisure for reflection; and at length it took so fast hold of his mind, that at the end of three months he lay on a bed of sickness, incapable of any exertion.<p/><p/>His daughter attended him with the greatest tenderness; but she saw with despair that their little fund was rapidly decreasing, and that there was no other prospect of support. But Caroline Beaufort possessed a mind of an uncommon mould; and her courage rose to support her in her adversity. She procured plain work; she plaited straw; and by various means contrived to earn a pittance scarcely sufficient to support life.<p/><p/>Several months passed in this manner. Her father grew worse; her time was more entirely occupied in attending him; her means of subsistence decreased; and in the tenth month her father died in her arms, leaving her an orphan and a beggar. This last blow overcame her; and she knelt by Beaufort’s coffin, weeping bitterly, when my father entered the chamber. He came like a protecting spirit to the poor girl, who committed herself to his

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Witness: f1818 he conducted her to Geneva, and placed her under the protection of a relation. Two years after this event Caroline became his wife.<p/>
Witness: f1823 he conducted her to Geneva, and placed her under the protection of a relation. Two years after this event Caroline became his wife.<p/>
Witness: fThomas he conducted her to Geneva, and placed her under the protection of a relation. Two years after this event Caroline became his wife.<p/>
Witness: f1831 he conducted her to Geneva, and placed her under the protection of a relation. Two years after this event Caroline became his wife.<p/>

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Witness: f1831 <p/>There was a considerable difference between the ages of my parents, but this circumstance seemed to unite them only closer in bonds of devoted affection. There was a sense of justice in my father’s upright mind, which rendered it necessary that he should approve highly to love strongly. Perhaps during former years he had suffered from the late-discovered unworthiness of one beloved, and so was disposed to set a greater value on tried worth. There was a show of gratitude and worship in his attachment to my mother, differing wholly from the doating fondness of age, for it was inspired by reverence for her virtues, and a desire to be the means of, in some degree, recompensing her for the sorrows she had endured, but which gave inexpressible grace to his behaviour to her. Every thing was made to yield to her wishes and her convenience. He strove to shelter her, as a fair exotic is sheltered by the gardener, from every rougher wind, and to surround her with all that could tend to excite pleasurable emotion in her soft and benevolent mind. Her health, and even the tranquillity of her hitherto constant spirit, had been shaken by what she had gone through. During the two years that had elapsed previous to their marriage my father had gradually relinquished all his public functions; and immediately after their union they sought the pleasant climate of Italy, and the change of scene and interest attendant on a tour through that land of wonders, as a restorative for her weakened frame.<p/> <p/>From Italy they visited Germany and France. I, their eldest child, was born at Naples, and as an infant accompanied them in their rambles. I remained for several years their only child. Much as they were attached to each other, they seemed to draw inexhaustible stores of affection from a very mine of love to bestow them upon me. My mother’s tender caresses, and my father’s smile of benevolent pleasure while regarding me, are my first recollections. I was their plaything and their idol, and something better—their child, the innocent and helpless creature bestowed on them by Heaven, whom to bring up to good, and whose future lot it was in their hands to direct to happiness or misery, according as they fulfilled their duties towards me. With this deep consciousness of what they owed towards the being to which they had given life, added to the active spirit of tenderness that animated both, it may be imagined that while during every hour of my infant life I received a lesson of patience, of charity, and of self-control, I was so guided by a silken cord, that all seemed but one train of enjoyment to me.<p/> <p/>For a long time I was their only care. My mother had much desire to have a daughter, but I continued their single offspring. When I was about five years old, while making an excursion beyond the frontiers of Italy, they passed a week on the shores of the Lake of Como. Their benevolent disposition often made them enter the cottages of the poor. This, to my mother, was more than a duty; it was a necessity, a passion,—remembering what she had suffered, and how she had been relieved,—for her to act in her turn the guardian angel to the afflicted. During one of their walks a poor cot in the foldings of a vale attracted their notice, as being singularly disconsolate, while the number of half-clothed children gathered about it, spoke of penury in its worst shape. One day, when my father had gone by himself to Milan, my mother, accompanied by me, visited this abode. She found a peasant and his wife, hard working, bent down by care and labour, distributing a scanty meal to five hungry babes. Among these there was one which attracted my mother far above all the rest. She appeared of a different stock. The four others were dark-eyed, hardy little vagrants; this child was thin, and very fair. Her hair was the brightest living gold, and, despite the poverty of her clothing, seemed to set a crown of distinction on her head. Her brow was clear and ample, her blue eyes cloudless, and her lips and the moulding of her face so expressive of sensibility and sweetness, that none could behold her without looking on her as of a distinct species, a being heaven-sent, and bearing a celestial stamp in all her features.<p/> <p/> The peasant woman, perceiving that my mother fixed eyes of wonder and admiration on this lovely girl, eagerly communicated her history. She was not her child, but the daughter of a Milanese nobleman. Her mother was a German, and had died on giving her birth. The infant had been placed with these good people to nurse: they were better off then. They had not been long married, and their eldest child was but just born. The father of their charge was one of those Italians nursed in the memory of the antique glory of Italy,—one among the <hi/>schiavi ognor frementi<hi/>, who exerted himself to obtain the liberty of his country. He became the victim of its weakness. Whether he had died, or still lingered in the dungeons of Austria, was not known. His property was confiscated, his child became an orphan and a beggar. She continued with her foster parents, and bloomed in their rude abode, fairer than a garden rose among dark-leaved brambles.<p/> <p/>When my father returned from Milan, he found playing with me in the hall of our villa, a child fairer than pictured cherub—a creature who seemed to shed radiance from her looks, and whose form and motions were lighter than the chamois of the hills. The apparition was soon explained. With his permission my mother prevailed on her rustic guardians to yield their charge to her. They were fond of the sweet orphan. Her presence had seemed a blessing to them; but it would be unfair to her to keep her in poverty and want, when Providence afforded her such powerful protection. They consulted their village priest, and the result was, that Elizabeth Lavenza became the inmate of my parents’ house—my more than sister—the beautiful and adored companion of all my occupations and my pleasures.<p/>

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Witness: fThomas <p/>When my father became a husband and a parent, he found his time so occupied by the duties of his new situation, that heAs my father’s age encreased he became more attached to the quiet of a domestic life, and

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Witness: f1818 <p/>When my father became a husband and a parent, he found his time so occupied by the duties of his new situation, that
Witness: f1823 <p/>When my father became a husband and a parent, he found his time so occupied by the duties of his new situation, that

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Witness: f1818 to the education of his children. Of these I was the eldest, and the destined successor to all his labours and utility. No creature could have more tender parents than mine. My improvement and health were their constant care, especially as I remained for several years their only child. But before I continue my narrative, I must record an incident which took place when I was four years of age.<p/><p/>My father had a sister, whom he tenderly loved, and who had married early in life an Italian gentleman. Soon after her marriage, she had accompanied her husband into
Witness: f1823 to the education of his children. Of these I was the eldest, and the destined successor to all his labours and utility. No creature could have more tender parents than mine. My improvement and health were their constant care, especially as I remained for several years their only child. But before I continue my narrative, I must record an incident which took place when I was four years of age.<p/><p/>My father had a sister, whom he tenderly loved, and who had married early in life an Italian gentleman. Soon after her marriage, she had accompanied her husband into
Witness: fThomas to the education of his children. Of these I was the eldest, and the destined successor to all his labours and utility. No creature could have more tender parents than mine. My improvement and health were their constant care, especially as I remained for several years their only child. But before I continue my narrative, I must record an incident which took place when I was four years of age.<p/><p/>My father had a sister, whom he tenderly loved, and who had married early in life an Italian gentleman. Soon after her marriage, she had accompanied her husband into

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Witness: f1818 native country, and for some years my father had very little communication with her. About the time I mentioned she died; and a few months afterwards he received a letter from her husband, acquainting him with his intention of marrying an Italian lady, and requesting my father to take charge of the infant Elizabeth, the only child of his deceased sister. “It is my wish,” he said, “that you should consider her as your own daughter, and educate her thus. Her
Witness: f1823 native country, and for some years my father had very little communication with her. About the time I mentioned she died; and a few months afterwards he received a letter from her husband, acquainting him with his intention of marrying an Italian lady, and requesting my father to take charge of the infant Elizabeth, the only child of his deceased sister. “It is my wish,” he said, "that you should consider her as your own daughter, and educate her thus. Her
Witness: fThomas native country, and for some years my father had very little communication with her. About the time I mentioned she died; and a few months afterwards he received a letter from her husband, acquainting him with his intention of marrying an Italian lady, and requesting my father to take charge of the infant Elizabeth, the only child of his deceased sister. “It is my wish,” he said, “that you should consider her as your own daughter, and educate her thus. Her

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Witness: f1818 fortune is secured to her, the documents of which I will commit to your keeping. Reflect upon this proposition; and decide whether you would prefer educating your niece yourself to her being brought up by a stepmother.”<p/><p/>My father did not hesitate, and immediately went to Italy, that he might accompany the little Elizabeth to her future home. I have often heard my mother say, that she was at that time the most beautiful child she had ever seen, and
Witness: f1823 fortune is secured to her, the documents of which I will commit to your keeping. Reflect upon this proposition; and decide whether you would prefer educating your niece yourself to her being brought up by a stepmother.”<p/><p/>My father did not hesitate, and immediately went to Italy, that he might accompany the little Elizabeth to her future home. I have often heard my mother say, that she was at that time the most beautiful child she had ever seen, and
Witness: fThomas fortune is secured to her, the documents of which I will commit to your keeping. Reflect upon this proposition; and decide whether you would prefer educating your niece yourself to her being brought up by a stepmother.”<p/><p/>My father did not hesitate, and immediately went to Italy, that he might accompany the little Elizabeth to her future home. I have often heard my mother say, that she was at that time the most beautiful child she had ever seen, and

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Witness: f1818 of a gentle and affectionate disposition. These indications, and a desire to bind as closely as possible the ties of domestic love, determined my mother to consider Elizabeth as my future wife; a design which she never found reason to repent.<p/><p/>From this time Elizabeth Lavenza became my playfellow, and, as we grew older, my friend. She was docile and good tempered, yet gay and playful as a summer insect. Although she was lively and animated, her feelings were strong and deep, and her disposition uncommonly affectionate. No one could better enjoy liberty, yet no one could submit with more grace than she did to constraint and caprice. Her imagination was luxuriant, yet her capability of application was great. Her person was the image of her mind; her hazel eyes, although as lively as a bird’s, possessed an attractive softness. Her figure was light and airy; and, though capable of enduring great fatigue, she appeared the most fragile creature in the world. While I admired her understanding and fancy, I loved to tend on her, as I should on a favourite animal; and I never saw so much grace both of person and mind united to so little pretension.<p/>
Witness: f1823 of a gentle and affectionate disposition. These indications, and a desire to bind as closely as possible the ties of domestic love, determined my mother to consider Elizabeth as my future wife; a design which she never found reason to repent.<p/><p/>From this time Elizabeth Lavenza became my playfellow, and, as we grew older, my friend. She was docile and good tempered, yet gay and playful as a summer insect. Although she was lively and animated, her feelings were strong and deep, and her disposition uncommonly affectionate. No one could better enjoy liberty, yet no one could submit with more grace than she did to constraint and caprice. Her imagination was luxuriant, yet her capability of application was great. Her person was the image of her mind; her hazel eyes, although as lively as a bird’s, possessed an attractive softness. Her figure was light and airy; and, though capable of enduring great fatigue, she appeared the most fragile creature in the world. While I admired her understanding and fancy, I loved to tend on her, as I should on a favourite animal; and I never saw so much grace both of person and mind united to so little pretension.<p/>
Witness: fThomas of a gentle and affectionate disposition. These indications, and a desire to bind as closely as possible the ties of domestic love, determined my mother to consider Elizabeth as my future wife; a design which she never found reason to repent.<p/><p/>From this time Elizabeth Lavenza became my playfellow, and, as we grew older, my friend. She was docile and good tempered, yet gay and playful as a summer insect. Although she was lively and animated, her feelings were strong and deep, and her disposition uncommonly affectionate. No one could better enjoy liberty, yet no one could submit with more grace than she did to constraint and caprice. Her imagination was luxuriant, yet her capability of application was great. Her person was the image of her mind; her hazel eyes, although as lively as a bird’s, possessed an attractive softness. Her figure was light and airy; and, though capable of enduring great fatigue, she appeared the most fragile creature in the world. While I admired her understanding and fancy, I loved to tend on her, as I should on a favourite animal; and I never saw so much grace both of person and mind united to so little pretension.<p/>

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Witness: f1831 <p/>Every one loved Elizabeth. The passionate and almost reverential attachment with which all regarded her became, while I shared it, my pride and my delight. On the evening previous to her being brought to my home, my mother had said playfully,—“I have a pretty present for my Victor—to-morrow he shall have it.” And when, on the morrow, she presented Elizabeth to me as her promised gift, I, with childish seriousness, interpreted her words literally, and looked upon Elizabeth as mine—mine to protect, love, and cherish. All praises bestowed on her, I received as made to a possession of my own. We called each other familiarly by the name of cousin. No word, no expression could body forth the kind of relation in which she stood to me—my more than sister, since till death she was to be mine only.<p/> <head/>CHAPTER II.<head/> <p/> W<hi/>E<hi/> were brought up together; there was not quite a year difference in our ages. I need not say that

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Witness: f1831 characters drew us nearer together. Elizabeth was of a calmer and more concentrated disposition; but, with all my ardour,

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Witness: f1831 She busied herself with following the aerial creations of the poets; and in the majestic and wondrous scenes which surrounded our Swiss home—the sublime shapes of the mountains; the changes of the seasons; tempest and calm; the silence of winter, and the life and turbulence of our Alpine summers,—she found ample scope for admiration and delight.

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Witness: f1831 While my companion contemplated with a serious and satisfied spirit the magnificent appearances of things, I delighted in investigating their causes.

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Witness: f1831 divine. Curiosity, earnest research to learn the hidden laws of nature, gladness akin to rapture, as they were unfolded to me, are among the earliest sensations I can remember.<p/>

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Witness: f1831 <p/>On the birth of a second son, my junior by seven years, my parents gave up entirely their wandering life, and fixed themselves in their native country. We possessed a house in Geneva, and a campagne on Belrive, the eastern shore of the lake, at the distance of rather more than a league from the city. We resided principally in the latter, and the lives of my parents were passed in considerable seclusion. It was my temper to avoid a crowd, and to attach myself fervently to a few.

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Witness: f1831 I was indifferent, therefore, to my schoolfellows in general;

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Witness: f1818 brothers were considerably younger than
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Witness: f1818 He was a boy of singular talent
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Witness: f1831 and fancy. He loved enterprise, hardship, even danger, for its own sake.

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Witness: fThomas I remember, when

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Witness: fMS I remember when

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Witness: fMS old

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Witness: f1818 old,
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Witness: f1818 wrote a fairy
Witness: f1823 wrote a fairy
Witness: fThomas wrote a fairy
Witness: fMS wrote a fairy

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Witness: fMS tale

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Witness: f1818 tale,
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Witness: f1818 which was the
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Witness: fThomas which was the
Witness: fMS which was the

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Witness: f1818 delight
Witness: f1823 delight
Witness: fThomas delight
Witness: fMS delight

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Witness: f1818 and
Witness: f1823 and
Witness: fThomas and
Witness: fMS and

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Witness: f1818 amazement of all his
Witness: f1823 amazement of all his
Witness: fThomas amazement of all his
Witness: fMS amazement of all his

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Witness: f1818 companions.
Witness: f1823 companions.
Witness: fThomas companions.
Witness: fMS companions.

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Witness: fMS Like Don Quixote his favourite study wasconsisted

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Witness: f1818 His favourite study
Witness: f1823 His favourite study
Witness: fThomas His favourite study

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Witness: f1831 He was deeply read

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Witness: fThomas in books of
Witness: fMS in books of
Witness: f1831 in books of

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Witness: f1818 chivalry and romance;
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Witness: fThomas chivalry and romance;

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Witness: fMS chivalry& romance

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Witness: f1831 chivalry and romance. He composed heroic songs, and began to write many a tale of enchantment and knightly adventure.

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Witness: f1818 and
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Witness: fThomas when very young, I
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Witness: fThomas can remember,

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Witness: f1818 that we used to
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Witness: f1818 act plays composed by him out of
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Witness: fThomas act plays composed by him out of
Witness: fMS act plays composed by him out of

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Witness: f1831 He tried to make us act plays, and to enter into masquerades, the characters were drawn from the heroes of Roncesvalles, of the Round Table of King Arthur, and the chivalrous train who shed their blood to redeem the holy sepulchre from the hands of the infidels.<p/>

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Witness: fMS thisesefavourite

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Witness: f1818 these favourite
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Witness: fThomas these favourite

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Witness: f1818 books, the principal
Witness: f1823 books, the principal
Witness: fThomas books, the principal
Witness: fMS books, the principal

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Witness: fMS carcharacters

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Witness: fMS Orlando

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Witness: f1818 Orlando,
Witness: f1823 Orlando,
Witness: fThomas Orlando,

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Witness: f1818 Robin Hood,
Witness: f1823 Robin Hood,
Witness: fThomas Robin Hood,
Witness: fMS Robin Hood,

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Witness: fMS Amadis

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Witness: f1818 Amadis,
Witness: f1823 Amadis,
Witness: fThomas Amadis,

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Witness: fThomas and St.
Witness: fMS and St.

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Witness: f1818 George.<p/>
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Witness: f1823 George.<p/>

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Witness: fMS George–

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Witness: f1831 <p/>No human being could have passed a happier childhood than myself. My parents were possessed by the very spirit of kindness and indulgence. We felt that they were not the tyrants to rule our lot according to their caprice, but the agents and creators of all the many delights which we enjoyed. When I mingled with other families, I distinctly discerned how peculiarly fortunate my lot was, and gratitude assisted the developement of filial love.<p/>

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Witness: fThomas <p/> No youth could have passed more <pb xml:id="F1818_v1_061" n="049"/>happily than mine. My parents were indulgent, and my companions amiable. Our studies were never forced; and by some means we always had an end placed in view, which excited us to ardour in the prosecution of them. It was by this method, and not by emulation, that we were urged to application. Elizabeth was not incited to apply herself to drawing, that her companions might not outstrip her; but through the desire of pleasing her aunt, by the representation of some favourite scene done by her own hand. We learned Latin and English, that we might read the writings in those languages; and so far from study being made odious to us through punishment, we loved application, and our amusements would have been the labours of other children. Perhaps we did not read so many books, or learn languages so <pb xml:id="F1818_v1_062" n="050"/>quickly, as those who are disciplined according to the ordinary methods; but what we learned was impressed the more deeply on our memories. <note/>bad<note/>

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Witness: f1818 <p/>No youth
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Witness: fMS No youth

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Witness: f1818 have passed
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Witness: f1818 happily
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Witness: fMS happy

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Witness: f1818 than mine.
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Witness: fMS than mine.

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Witness: f1818 My
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Witness: fMS OurMy

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Witness: f1818 parents were indulgent,
Witness: f1823 parents were indulgent,
Witness: fMS parents were indulgent,

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Witness: f1818 and
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Witness: fMS and

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Witness: f1818 my companions amiable.
Witness: f1823 my companions amiable.
Witness: fMS my companions amiable.

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Witness: fMS and our stud Our studies were never

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Witness: f1818 Our studies were never
Witness: f1823 Our studies were never

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Witness: fMS forced,

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Witness: f1818 forced;
Witness: f1823 forced;

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Witness: f1818 and
Witness: f1823 and
Witness: fMS and

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Witness: f1818 by some means we always had an end placed
Witness: f1823 by some means we always had an end placed
Witness: fMS by some means we always had an end placed

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Witness: fMS view

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Witness: f1818 view,
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Witness: f1818 which
Witness: f1823 which
Witness: fMS which

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Witness: f1818 excited us to
Witness: f1823 excited us to
Witness: fMS excited us to

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Witness: f1818 ardour in
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Witness: f1818 the
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Witness: f1818 prosecution of them. It was by this
Witness: f1823 prosecution of them. It was by this
Witness: fMS prosecution of them. It was by this

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Witness: fMS &method

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Witness: f1818 method, and
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Witness: f1818 not by
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Witness: fMS emulation

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Witness: f1818 emulation,
Witness: f1823 emulation,

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Witness: f1818 that we
Witness: f1823 that we
Witness: fMS that we

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Witness: f1818 were
Witness: f1823 were
Witness: fMS were

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Witness: fMS urged.

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Witness: f1818 urged to application.
Witness: f1823 urged to application.

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Witness: f1818 Elizabeth was not
Witness: f1823 Elizabeth was not
Witness: fMS Elizabeth was not

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Witness: f1818 incited
Witness: f1823 incited

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Witness: fMS told

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Witness: f1818 to apply
Witness: f1823 to apply
Witness: fMS to apply

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Witness: f1818 herself to
Witness: f1823 herself to
Witness: fMS herself to

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Witness: fMS drawing

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Witness: f1818 drawing,
Witness: f1823 drawing,

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Witness: f1818 that her companions
Witness: f1823 that her companions
Witness: fMS orthat her companions

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Witness: fMS wouldmight

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Witness: f1818 might
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Witness: f1818 not outstrip
Witness: f1823 not outstrip
Witness: fMS not outstrip

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Witness: fMS her,

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Witness: f1818 her;
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Witness: fMS but

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Witness: fMS shebywasthedesire ofknew how

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Witness: f1818 through
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Witness: f1818 the desire of
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Witness: f1818 pleasing her
Witness: f1823 pleasing her
Witness: fMS pleaseding her

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Witness: fMS Aunt would be

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Witness: f1818 aunt,
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Witness: f1818 by
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Witness: fMS a paintingthe

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Witness: f1818 representation of some
Witness: f1823 representation of some
Witness: fMS representation of some

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Witness: fMS of her favourite

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Witness: f1818 favourite
Witness: f1823 favourite

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Witness: f1818 scene
Witness: f1823 scene

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Witness: fMS scenes

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Witness: f1818 done by her own
Witness: f1823 done by her own
Witness: fMS done by her own

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Witness: f1818 hand.
Witness: f1823 hand.
Witness: fMS hand.

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Witness: fMS Latin We learned Latin &

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Witness: f1818 We learned Latin and
Witness: f1823 We learned Latin and

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Witness: fMS English

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Witness: f1818 English,
Witness: f1823 English,

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Witness: f1818 that we might read the
Witness: f1823 that we might read the
Witness: fMS tothat we might read the

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Witness: fMS writersingsofin

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Witness: f1818 writings in
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Witness: f1818 those
Witness: f1823 those
Witness: fMS those

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Witness: fMS languages

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Witness: f1818 languages;
Witness: f1823 languages;

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Witness: f1818 and so far from study
Witness: f1823 and so far from study
Witness: fMS and so far from study

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Witness: fMS begin rendered

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Witness: f1818 being made
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Witness: f1818 odious
Witness: f1823 odious
Witness: fMS odious

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Witness: fMS by to us th<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>rough punishment, we loved

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Witness: f1818 to us through punishment, we loved
Witness: f1823 to us through punishment, we loved

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Witness: fMS application

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Witness: f1818 application,
Witness: f1823 application,

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Witness: f1818 and our amusements
Witness: f1823 and our amusements
Witness: fMS and our amusements

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Witness: fMS werewould

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Witness: f1818 would
Witness: f1823 would

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Witness: f1818 have been the
Witness: f1823 have been the
Witness: fMS have been the

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Witness: f1818 labours of other children. Perhaps
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Witness: fMS labours of other children. perhaps

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Witness: f1818 we did not read so many
Witness: f1823 we did not read so many
Witness: fMS we did not read so many

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Witness: fMS books

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Witness: f1818 books,
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Witness: f1818 or learn
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Witness: fMS or learn

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Witness: fMS a languages so

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Witness: f1818 languages so
Witness: f1823 languages so

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Witness: fMS quickly

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Witness: f1818 quickly,
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Witness: f1818 as
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Witness: fMS another childthose

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Witness: f1818 those
Witness: f1823 those

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Witness: f1818 who are disciplined
Witness: f1823 who are disciplined
Witness: fMS who are disciplined

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Witness: f1818 according to
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Witness: fMS according to

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Witness: f1818 the
Witness: f1823 the
Witness: fMS the

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Witness: f1818 ordinary methods;
Witness: f1823 ordinary methods;

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Witness: fMS ordinarymethod,

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Witness: f1818 but what we
Witness: f1823 but what we
Witness: fMS but what we

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Witness: f1818 learned was impressed the more deeply on our
Witness: f1823 learned was impressed the more deeply on our
Witness: fMS learned was impressed the more deeply on our

C07e_app130

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Witness: fMS memory.

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Witness: f1818 memories.<p/>
Witness: f1823 memories.<p/>

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Witness: fThomas <add/>With what delight do I even now remember the details of our domestic circle, and the happy years of my childhood. Joy attended on my steps—and the ardent affection that attached me to my excellent parents, my beloved Elizabeth, and Henry, the brother of my soul, has given almost a religious and sacred feeling to the recollections of a period passed beneath their eyes, and in their society.<add/> <p/>

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Witness: f1831 <p/>My temper was sometimes violent, and my passions vehement; but by some law in my temperature they were turned, not towards childish pursuits, but to an eager desire to learn, and not to learn all things indiscriminately. I confess that neither the structure of languages, nor the code of governments, nor the politics of various states, possessed attractions for me. It was the secrets of heaven and earth that I desired to learn; and whether it was the outward substance of things, or the inner spirit of nature and the mysterious soul of man that occupied me, still my enquiries were directed to the metaphysical, or, in its highest sense, the physical secrets of the world.<p/> <p/>Meanwhile Clerval occupied himself, so to speak, with the moral relations of things. The busy stage of life, the virtues of heroes, and the actions of men, were his theme; and his hope and his dream was to become one among those whose names are recorded in story, as the gallant and adventurous benefactors of our species. The saintly soul of Elizabeth shone like a shrine-dedicated lamp in our peaceful home. Her sympathy was ours; her smile, her soft voice, the sweet glance of her celestial eyes, were ever there to bless and animate us. She was the living spirit of love to soften and attract: I might have become sullen in my study, rough through the ardour of my nature, but that she was there to subdue me to a semblance of her own gentleness. And Clerval—could aught ill entrench on the noble spirit of Clerval?—yet he might not have been so perfectly humane, so thoughtful in his generosity—so full of kindness and tenderness amidst his passion for adventurous exploit, had she not unfolded to him the real loveliness of beneficence, and made the doing good the end and aim of his soaring ambition.<p/>

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Witness: f1818 <p/>In this description
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Witness: fThomas <p/>In this description

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Witness: fMS <metamark function="displacement" xml:id="c56-0012.05">X</metamark><metamark function="displacement">X</metamark>In thisthedescription

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Witness: f1818 of our domestic circle
Witness: f1823 of our domestic circle
Witness: fThomas of our domestic circle
Witness: fMS of our domestic circle

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Witness: f1818 I
Witness: f1823 I
Witness: fThomas I
Witness: fMS I

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Witness: f1818 include
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Witness: fThomas include

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Witness: fMS includeI includeHen

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Witness: f1818 Henry
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Witness: fThomas Henry
Witness: fMS Henry

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Witness: fMS CarignanClerval,in this account

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Witness: f1818 Clerval;
Witness: f1823 Clerval;
Witness: fThomas Clerval;

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Witness: f1818 for he
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Witness: f1818 was
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Witness: fThomas was

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Witness: fMS wascon

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Witness: f1818 constantly
Witness: f1823 constantly
Witness: fThomas constantly
Witness: fMS constantly

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Witness: f1818 with us. He went to
Witness: f1823 with us. He went to
Witness: fThomas with us. He went to
Witness: fMS with us. he went to

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Witness: fMS sho school

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Witness: f1818 school
Witness: f1823 school
Witness: fThomas school

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Witness: f1818 with
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Witness: fMS me

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Witness: f1818 me,
Witness: f1823 me,
Witness: fThomas me,

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Witness: f1818 and generally passed
Witness: f1823 and generally passed
Witness: fThomas and generally passed
Witness: fMS and generally passed

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Witness: f1818 the afternoon at our
Witness: f1823 the afternoon at our
Witness: fThomas the afternoon at our
Witness: fMS the afternoon at our

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Witness: fMS house

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Witness: f1818 house:
Witness: fThomas house:

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Witness: f1823 house;

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Witness: f1818 for being an only child, and destitute of companions at home,
Witness: f1823 for being an only child, and destitute of companions at home,
Witness: fThomas for being an only child, and destitute of companions at home,
Witness: fMS for being an only child, and destitute of companions at home,

C07f_app18

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Witness: fMS h<mdel/>isto

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Witness: f1818 his
Witness: f1823 his
Witness: fThomas his

C07f_app19

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Witness: f1818 father was
Witness: f1823 father was
Witness: fThomas father was
Witness: fMS father was

C07f_app20

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Witness: f1818 well
Witness: f1823 well
Witness: fThomas well

C07f_app21

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Witness: f1818 pleased that he
Witness: f1823 pleased that he
Witness: fThomas pleased that he
Witness: fMS pleased that he

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Witness: f1818 should find associates at our
Witness: f1823 should find associates at our
Witness: fThomas should find associates at our
Witness: fMS should find associates at our

C07f_app23

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Witness: fMS house

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Witness: f1818 house;
Witness: f1823 house;
Witness: fThomas house;

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Witness: f1818 and we were never completely happy when Clerval was
Witness: f1823 and we were never completely happy when Clerval was
Witness: fThomas and we were never completely happy when Clerval was
Witness: fMS and we were never completely happy when Clerval was

C07f_app25

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Witness: f1831

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Witness: fMS absent.

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Witness: f1818 absent.<p/>
Witness: f1823 absent.<p/>
Witness: fThomas absent.<p/>

C07g_app1

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Witness: fMS In this account of my early youth I wish particularly to mention record those circumstances which led to and nourished my taste for that science which was the principal amusement of my boyish days and in the end decided my destiny.

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Witness: f1818 <p/>I feel pleasure in dwelling on the recollections of childhood, before misfortune had tainted my mind, and changed its bright visions of extensive usefulness into gloomy and narrow reflections upon self.
Witness: f1823 <p/>I feel pleasure in dwelling on the recollections of childhood, before misfortune had tainted my mind, and changed its bright visions of extensive usefulness into gloomy and narrow reflections upon self.
Witness: fThomas <p/>I feel pleasure in dwelling on the recollections of childhood, before misfortune had tainted my mind, and changed its bright visions of extensive usefulness into gloomy and narrow reflections upon self.

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Witness: f1831 <p/>I feel exquisite pleasure in dwelling on the recollections of childhood, before misfortune had tainted my mind, and changed its bright visions of extensive usefulness into gloomy and narrow reflections upon self.

C07g_app2

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Witness: fMS I mentioned before my taste for old books of chemistry and natural magic and I remember very well that I learned latin principally that I might read Pliny's Natural History my father refusing to allow me to read a translation. I used when very young to attend lectures of chemistry given in Geneva and athough I did not understand them the experiments never failed to attract my attention. I reme<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>mberalso

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Witness: f1831 Besides, in drawing the picture of my early days, I

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Witness: f1818 But, in drawing the picture of my early days, I
Witness: f1823 But, in drawing the picture of my early days, I
Witness: fThomas But, in drawing the picture of my early days, I

C07g_app3

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Witness: f1831 also

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Witness: f1818 must not omit to
Witness: f1823 must not omit to
Witness: fThomas must not omit to

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Witness: f1818 record those events which led, by insensible
Witness: f1823 record those events which led, by insensible
Witness: fThomas record those events which led, by insensible
Witness: f1831 record those events which led, by insensible

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Witness: f1818 steps
Witness: fThomas steps

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Witness: f1823 steps,
Witness: f1831 steps,

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Witness: f1818 to my after tale of misery: for when I would account to myself for the birth of that passion, which afterwards ruled my destiny,
Witness: f1823 to my after tale of misery: for when I would account to myself for the birth of that passion, which afterwards ruled my destiny,
Witness: fThomas to my after tale of misery: for when I would account to myself for the birth of that passion, which afterwards ruled my destiny,
Witness: f1831 to my after tale of misery: for when I would account to myself for the birth of that passion, which afterwards ruled my destiny,

C07g_app7

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Witness: fMS <gap quantity="22" reason="resequencing" unit="tokens"/><gap quantity="4" reason="resequencing" unit="lines"/>Chapt. 2 Those events which materially influence our future destinies are often causedby slight orderive thier origin from atrivial occurences. Strange as the<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>statement of thesimple factmay appear my fate had been

Reading Group: C07g_app7_rg2

Witness: f1818 I find it arise, like a mountain river, from ignoble and almost forgotten sources; but, swelling as it proceeded, it became the torrent which, in its course, has swept away all my hopes and joys.<p/>
Witness: f1823 I find it arise, like a mountain river, from ignoble and almost forgotten sources; but, swelling as it proceeded, it became the torrent which, in its course, has swept away all my hopes and joys.<p/>
Witness: fThomas I find it arise, like a mountain river, from ignoble and almost forgotten sources; but, swelling as it proceeded, it became the torrent which, in its course, has swept away all my hopes and joys.<p/>
Witness: f1831 I find it arise, like a mountain river, from ignoble and almost forgotten sources; but, swelling as it proceeded, it became the torrent which, in its course, has swept away all my hopes and joys.<p/>

C07g_app8

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Witness: fMS ChemistNatural philosophy

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Witness: f1818 <p/>Natural philosophy
Witness: f1823 <p/>Natural philosophy
Witness: fThomas <p/>Natural philosophy
Witness: f1831 <p/>Natural philosophy

C07g_app9

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Witness: fMS has is the genius that has

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Witness: f1818 is the genius that has
Witness: f1823 is the genius that has
Witness: fThomas is the genius that has
Witness: f1831 is the genius that has

C07g_app10

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Witness: f1818 regulated my
Witness: f1823 regulated my
Witness: fThomas regulated my
Witness: fMS regulated my
Witness: f1831 regulated my

C07g_app11

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Witness: fMS fate

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Witness: f1818 fate;
Witness: f1823 fate;
Witness: fThomas fate;
Witness: f1831 fate;

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Witness: f1818 I
Witness: f1823 I
Witness: fThomas I
Witness: fMS I
Witness: f1831 I

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Witness: fMS wishdesire theirrefore

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Witness: f1818 desire
Witness: f1823 desire
Witness: fThomas desire

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Witness: f1831 desire,

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Witness: f1818 therefore,
Witness: f1823 therefore,
Witness: fThomas therefore,
Witness: f1831 therefore,

C07g_app15

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 in this
Witness: f1823 in this
Witness: fThomas in this
Witness: fMS in this
Witness: f1831 in this

C07g_app16

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Witness: fMS account of my early years

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Witness: f1818 narration,
Witness: f1823 narration,
Witness: fThomas narration,
Witness: f1831 narration,

C07g_app17

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 to
Witness: f1823 to
Witness: fThomas to
Witness: fMS to
Witness: f1831 to

C07g_app18

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Witness: fThomas staterelate

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Witness: f1818 state
Witness: f1823 state
Witness: fMS state
Witness: f1831 state

C07g_app19

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 those facts which
Witness: f1823 those facts which
Witness: fThomas those facts which
Witness: fMS those facts which
Witness: f1831 those facts which

C07g_app20

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 led to
Witness: f1823 led to
Witness: fThomas led to
Witness: fMS led to
Witness: f1831 led to

C07g_app21

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Witness: f1818 my predilection
Witness: f1823 my predilection
Witness: fThomas my predilection
Witness: f1831 my predilection

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Witness: fMS mylovepursuitfirst aquof that study.predeliction

C07g_app22

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 for that science. When
Witness: f1823 for that science. When
Witness: fThomas for that science. When
Witness: fMS for that science. When
Witness: f1831 for that science. When

C07g_app23

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Witness: f1818 I was
Witness: f1823 I was
Witness: fThomas I was
Witness: fMS I was
Witness: f1831 I was

C07g_app24

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Witness: fMS eleven

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Witness: f1818 thirteen
Witness: f1823 thirteen
Witness: fThomas thirteen
Witness: f1831 thirteen

C07g_app25

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Witness: f1818 years
Witness: f1823 years
Witness: fThomas years
Witness: fMS years
Witness: f1831 years

C07g_app26

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Witness: f1818 of age,
Witness: f1823 of age,
Witness: fThomas of age,
Witness: f1831 of age,

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Witness: fMS old

C07g_app27

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Witness: f1818 we all went on a party
Witness: f1823 we all went on a party
Witness: fThomas we all went on a party
Witness: fMS we all went on a party
Witness: f1831 we all went on a party

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Witness: f1818 of pleasure to
Witness: f1823 of pleasure to
Witness: fThomas of pleasure to
Witness: fMS of pleasure to
Witness: f1831 of pleasure to

C07g_app29

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Witness: fMS ThononThonon.and were confined therebobil<del rend="strikethrough" sID="c56-0005__main__d2e1093"/>obliged by

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Witness: f1818 the baths near Thonon:
Witness: f1823 the baths near Thonon:
Witness: fThomas the baths near Thonon:
Witness: f1831 the baths near Thonon:

C07g_app30

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 the
Witness: f1823 the
Witness: fThomas the
Witness: fMS the
Witness: f1831 the

C07g_app31

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Witness: fMS rainandtThe inclemency of the weather obliged us to remain a day

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Witness: f1818 inclemency of the weather obliged us to remain a day
Witness: f1823 inclemency of the weather obliged us to remain a day
Witness: fThomas inclemency of the weather obliged us to remain a day
Witness: f1831 inclemency of the weather obliged us to remain a day

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Witness: f1818 confined to the inn. In this house I chanced
Witness: f1823 confined to the inn. In this house I chanced
Witness: fThomas confined to the inn. In this house I chanced
Witness: fMS confined to the inn. In this house I chanced
Witness: f1831 confined to the inn. In this house I chanced

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Witness: f1818 to find a
Witness: f1823 to find a
Witness: fThomas to find a
Witness: fMS to finedd a
Witness: f1831 to find a

C07g_app34

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Witness: fMS fo volumes

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Witness: f1818 volume
Witness: f1823 volume
Witness: fThomas volume
Witness: f1831 volume

C07g_app35

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 of the works of Cornelius Agrippa.
Witness: f1823 of the works of Cornelius Agrippa.
Witness: fThomas of the works of Cornelius Agrippa.
Witness: fMS of the Works of Cornelius Agrippa.
Witness: f1831 of the works of Cornelius Agrippa.

C07g_app36

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Witness: fMS And I opened it with

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Witness: f1818 I opened it with
Witness: f1823 I opened it with
Witness: fThomas I opened it with
Witness: f1831 I opened it with

C07g_app37

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Witness: fMS apathy but<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>the

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Witness: f1818 apathy; the
Witness: f1823 apathy; the
Witness: fThomas apathy; the
Witness: f1831 apathy; the

C07g_app38

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 theory
Witness: f1823 theory
Witness: fThomas theory
Witness: fMS theory
Witness: f1831 theory

C07g_app39

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Witness: fMS that

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Witness: f1818 which
Witness: f1823 which
Witness: fThomas which
Witness: f1831 which

C07g_app40

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 he
Witness: f1823 he
Witness: fThomas he
Witness: fMS he
Witness: f1831 he

C07g_app41

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Witness: fMS attempted

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Witness: f1818 attempts
Witness: f1823 attempts
Witness: fThomas attempts
Witness: f1831 attempts

C07g_app42

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 to
Witness: f1823 to
Witness: fThomas to
Witness: fMS to
Witness: f1831 to

C07g_app43

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Witness: fMS ddemonstrate

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Witness: f1818 demonstrate,
Witness: f1823 demonstrate,
Witness: fThomas demonstrate,
Witness: f1831 demonstrate,

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Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 and the wonderful facts
Witness: f1823 and the wonderful facts
Witness: fThomas and the wonderful facts
Witness: fMS and the wonderful facts
Witness: f1831 and the wonderful facts

C07g_app45

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Witness: fMS thathe relates chan

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Witness: f1818 which he relates,
Witness: f1823 which he relates,
Witness: fThomas which he relates,
Witness: f1831 which he relates,

C07g_app46

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 soon changed this feeling
Witness: f1823 soon changed this feeling
Witness: fThomas soon changed this feeling
Witness: fMS soon changed this feeling
Witness: f1831 soon changed this feeling

C07g_app47

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Witness: f1818 into
Witness: f1823 into
Witness: fThomas into
Witness: f1831 into

Reading Group: C07g_app47_rg2

Witness: fMS intocontinued to re with

C07g_app48

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 enthusiasm. A new
Witness: f1823 enthusiasm. A new
Witness: fThomas enthusiasm. A new
Witness: fMS enthusiasm. A new
Witness: f1831 enthusiasm. A new

C07g_app49

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 light
Witness: f1823 light
Witness: fThomas light
Witness: fMS light
Witness: f1831 light

C07g_app50

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Witness: fMS dawned

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Witness: f1818 seemed to dawn
Witness: f1823 seemed to dawn
Witness: fThomas seemed to dawn
Witness: f1831 seemed to dawn

C07g_app51

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 upon my
Witness: f1823 upon my
Witness: fThomas upon my
Witness: fMS upon my
Witness: f1831 upon my

C07g_app52

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Witness: fMS mind and Icom

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Witness: f1818 mind; and,
Witness: f1823 mind; and,
Witness: fThomas mind; and,
Witness: f1831 mind; and,

C07g_app53

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 bounding with
Witness: f1823 bounding with
Witness: fThomas bounding with
Witness: fMS bounding with
Witness: f1831 bounding with

C07g_app54

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Witness: fMS joy

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Witness: f1818 joy,
Witness: f1823 joy,
Witness: fThomas joy,
Witness: f1831 joy,

C07g_app55

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 I communicated my
Witness: f1823 I communicated my
Witness: fThomas I communicated my
Witness: fMS I communicated my
Witness: f1831 I communicated my

C07g_app56

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 discovery to my father.
Witness: f1823 discovery to my father.
Witness: fThomas discovery to my father.
Witness: fMS discovery to my father.
Witness: f1831 discovery to my father.

C07g_app57

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Witness: fThomas I cannot help remarking here the many opportunities instructors possess of directing the attention of their pupils to useful knowledge, which they utterly neglect. My father lookedwho looking

Reading Group: C07g_app57_rg2

Witness: fMS I cannot help here remarking the many opportunities parents<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>instructorshaveposess of directing the attention of their pupils to useful knowledge, which they utterly neglect. My father looked

Reading Group: C07g_app57_rg3

Witness: f1818 I cannot help remarking here the many opportunities instructors possess of directing the attention of their pupils to useful knowledge, which they utterly neglect. My father
Witness: f1823 I cannot help remarking here the many opportunities instructors possess of directing the attention of their pupils to useful knowledge, which they utterly neglect. My father looked

Reading Group: C07g_app57_rg4

Witness: f1831 My father looked

C07g_app58

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 carelessly at the
Witness: f1823 carelessly at the
Witness: fThomas carelessly at the
Witness: fMS carelessly at the
Witness: f1831 carelessly at the

C07g_app59

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Witness: fMS tittle page

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Witness: f1818 title-page
Witness: f1823 title-page
Witness: fThomas title-page

Reading Group: C07g_app59_rg3

Witness: f1831 titlepage

C07g_app60

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 of my
Witness: f1823 of my
Witness: fThomas of my
Witness: fMS of my
Witness: f1831 of my

C07g_app61

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Witness: fMS book — Ah

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Witness: f1818 book,
Witness: f1823 book,
Witness: fThomas book,
Witness: f1831 book,

C07g_app62

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Witness: fThomas and

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Witness: f1818 and
Witness: f1823 and
Witness: fMS and
Witness: f1831 and

C07g_app63

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Witness: fMS said Ah!

Reading Group: C07g_app63_rg2

Witness: f1818 said, “Ah!
Witness: f1823 said, “Ah!
Witness: fThomas said, “Ah!
Witness: f1831 said, “Ah!

C07g_app64

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 Cornelius
Witness: f1823 Cornelius
Witness: fThomas Cornelius
Witness: fMS Cornelius
Witness: f1831 Cornelius

C07g_app65

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Witness: f1818 Agrippa!
Witness: f1823 Agrippa!
Witness: fThomas Agrippa!
Witness: f1831 Agrippa!

Reading Group: C07g_app65_rg2

Witness: fMS Agrippa! —

C07g_app66

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 My dear
Witness: f1823 My dear
Witness: fThomas My dear
Witness: fMS My dear
Witness: f1831 My dear

C07g_app67

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Witness: fMS Victor

Reading Group: C07g_app67_rg2

Witness: f1818 Victor,
Witness: f1823 Victor,
Witness: fThomas Victor,
Witness: f1831 Victor,

C07g_app68

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 do not waste
Witness: f1823 do not waste
Witness: fThomas do not waste
Witness: fMS do not waste
Witness: f1831 do not waste

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Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 your time upon
Witness: f1823 your time upon
Witness: fThomas your time upon
Witness: fMS your time upon
Witness: f1831 your time upon

C07g_app70

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Witness: fMS this –

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Witness: f1818 this;
Witness: f1823 this;
Witness: fThomas this;
Witness: f1831 this;

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Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 it is sad
Witness: f1823 it is sad
Witness: fThomas it is sad
Witness: fMS it is sad
Witness: f1831 it is sad

C07g_app72

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Witness: f1818 trash.”<p/><p/>If,
Witness: f1823 trash.”<p/><p/>If,
Witness: fThomas trash.”<p/><p/>If,
Witness: f1831 trash.”<p/><p/>If,

Reading Group: C07g_app72_rg2

Witness: fMS trash. If

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Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 instead of this
Witness: f1823 instead of this
Witness: fThomas instead of this
Witness: fMS instead of this
Witness: f1831 instead of this

C07g_app74

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Witness: fMS remark or rather exclamation

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Witness: f1818 remark,
Witness: f1823 remark,
Witness: fThomas remark,
Witness: f1831 remark,

C07g_app75

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 my father had taken the pains to
Witness: f1823 my father had taken the pains to
Witness: fThomas my father had taken the pains to
Witness: fMS my father had taken the pains to
Witness: f1831 my father had taken the pains to

C07g_app76

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Witness: fMS expound<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>lain

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Witness: f1818 explain
Witness: f1823 explain
Witness: fThomas explain
Witness: f1831 explain

C07g_app77

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 to
Witness: f1823 to
Witness: fThomas to
Witness: fMS to
Witness: f1831 to

C07g_app78

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Witness: fMS me

Reading Group: C07g_app78_rg2

Witness: f1818 me,
Witness: f1823 me,
Witness: fThomas me,
Witness: f1831 me,

C07g_app79

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 that the principles of Agrippa had been entirely
Witness: f1823 that the principles of Agrippa had been entirely
Witness: fThomas that the principles of Agrippa had been entirely
Witness: fMS that the principles of Agrippa had been entirely
Witness: f1831 that the principles of Agrippa had been entirely

C07g_app80

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Witness: f1818 exploded,
Witness: f1823 exploded,
Witness: fThomas exploded,
Witness: f1831 exploded,

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Witness: fMS exploded. Andaan

C07g_app81

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Witness: f1818 and that
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Witness: f1818 was, should probably have applied myself to the more rational theory of chemistry which has resulted from modern discoveries.
Witness: f1823 was, should probably have applied myself to the more rational theory of chemistry which has resulted from modern discoveries.
Witness: fThomas was, should probably have applied myself to the more rational theory of chemistry which has resulted from modern discoveries.

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Witness: fMS waswshould probably have aplied myself to m the more ra rational theory of chemistry which has at presenthas resulted from modern discoveriesthe approbation of the learned.

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Witness: f1831 was, by returning with greater ardour to my former studies.

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Witness: fMS It is even
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Witness: fThomas It is even
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Witness: fMS possible

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Witness: fMS recievedthat

C07g_app113

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Witness: f1818 fatal impulse
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Witness: fMS fatal impulse
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Witness: f1818 that
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Witness: fMS me to my ruin. But the

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Witness: f1823 to my ruin. But the
Witness: fThomas to my ruin. But the
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Witness: f1818 cursory glance my father had taken of
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Witness: f1818 my volume by no means assured me
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Witness: fThomas my volume by no means assured me
Witness: fMS my volume by no means assured me
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Witness: f1818 I returned home, my first
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Witness: fThomas I returned home, my first
Witness: fMS I returned home, my first
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Witness: fMS those of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I read and studied the wild fancies of these

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Witness: f1823 of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I read and studied the wild fancies of these
Witness: fThomas of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I read and studied the wild fancies of these
Witness: f1831 of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I read and studied the wild fancies of these

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Witness: fMS they appeared to me treasures
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Witness: f1831 I have described myself as always having been embued with a fervent longing to penetrate the secrets of nature. In spite of the intense labour and wonderful discoveries of modern philosophers, I always came from my studies discontented and unsatisfied. Sir Isaac Newton is said to have avowed that he felt like a child picking up shells beside the great and unexplored ocean of truth. Those of his successors in each branch of natural philosophy with whom I was acquainted, appeared even to my boy’s apprehensions, as tyros engaged in the same pursuit.<p/><p/>The untaught peasant beheld the elements around him, and was acquainted with their practical uses. The most learned philosopher knew little more. He had partially unveiled the face of Nature, but her immortal lineaments were still a wonder and a mystery. He might dissect, anatomise, and give names; but, not to speak of a final cause, causes their secondary and tertiary grades were utterly unknown to him. I had gazed upon the fortifications and impediments that seemed to keep human beings from entering the citadel of nature, and rashly and ignorantly I had repined.<p/><p/>But here were books, and here were men who had penetrated deeper and knew more. I took their word for all that they averred, and I became their disciple.

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Witness: fThomas and although I often wished to communicate

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C07g_app141

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C07g_app142

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Witness: fMS from to

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C07g_app143

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Witness: fMS father

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Witness: fThomas always withheld me.
Witness: fMS always withheld me.

C07g_app150

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Witness: fMS I let I disclosed

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C07g_app152

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C07g_app153

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Witness: fThomas therefore, under
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C07g_app160

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Witness: fThomas not
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C07g_app161

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C07g_app162

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C07g_app163

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Witness: f1823 was left by her to pursue
Witness: fThomas was left by her to pursue
Witness: fMS was left by her to pursue

C07g_app168

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C07g_app169

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C07g_app170

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Witness: fThomas <p/>It

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Witness: f1831 It

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Witness: fThomas may appear
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C07g_app173

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Witness: fMS strange
Witness: f1831 strange

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Witness: fThomas strange,

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Witness: fThomas that
Witness: fMS that
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Witness: fThomas a disciple of Albertus Magnus

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Witness: fMS a desciple of Albertus Magnus

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Witness: f1831 such

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Witness: f1818 should arise in the
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Witness: fThomas should arise in the
Witness: fMS should arise in the
Witness: f1831 should arise in the

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Witness: f1818 eighteenth
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Witness: fThomas eighteenth
Witness: fMS eighteenth
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Witness: fMS century,

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C07g_app179

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Witness: fThomas but
Witness: fMS but
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C07g_app180

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Witness: f1818 our family
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Witness: fThomas our family
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Witness: f1831 while I followed the routine of education in the schools of Geneva, I was, to a great degree, self taught with regard to my favourite studies. My father

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Witness: f1818 scientifical,
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Witness: fThomas scientifical,
Witness: fMS scientifical,

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Witness: f1831 scientific,

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Witness: fThomas and I
Witness: fMS and I
Witness: f1831 and I

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Witness: f1831 was left to struggle with a child’s blindness, added to a student’s thirst for knowledge. Under the guidance of my new preceptors,

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Witness: f1818 not attended any of the
Witness: f1823 not attended any of the
Witness: fThomas not attended any of the
Witness: fMS not attended any of the

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Witness: f1818 lectures given at
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Witness: f1818 the schools of
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Witness: fThomas the schools of

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Witness: f1818 Geneva. My dreams were
Witness: f1823 Geneva. My dreams were
Witness: fThomas Geneva. My dreams were
Witness: fMS Geneva. My dreams were

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Witness: f1818 therefore undisturbed by
Witness: f1823 therefore undisturbed by
Witness: fThomas therefore undisturbed by
Witness: fMS therefore undisturbed by

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Witness: fMS reality,

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Witness: f1818 reality;
Witness: f1823 reality;
Witness: fThomas reality;

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Witness: f1818 and
Witness: f1823 and
Witness: fThomas and
Witness: fMS and

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Witness: f1818 I entered
Witness: f1823 I entered
Witness: fThomas I entered
Witness: fMS I entered
Witness: f1831 I entered

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Witness: f1818 with the
Witness: f1823 with the
Witness: fThomas with the
Witness: fMS with the
Witness: f1831 with the

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Witness: fMS greates

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Witness: f1818 greatest
Witness: f1823 greatest
Witness: fThomas greatest
Witness: f1831 greatest

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Witness: f1818 diligence into the search
Witness: f1823 diligence into the search
Witness: fThomas diligence into the search
Witness: fMS diligence into the search
Witness: f1831 diligence into the search

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Witness: f1818 of the
Witness: f1823 of the
Witness: fThomas of the
Witness: fMS of the
Witness: f1831 of the

C07g_app197

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Witness: fMS philosophers

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Witness: f1818 philosopher’s
Witness: f1823 philosopher’s
Witness: fThomas philosopher’s
Witness: f1831 philosopher’s

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Witness: f1818 stone and the
Witness: f1823 stone and the
Witness: fThomas stone and the
Witness: fMS stone and the
Witness: f1831 stone and the

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Witness: fMS <note/>or if you chose petrum philosophaleelizer vielixer

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Witness: f1818 elixir
Witness: f1823 elixir
Witness: fThomas elixir
Witness: f1831 elixir

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Witness: f1818 of
Witness: f1823 of
Witness: fThomas of
Witness: fMS of
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Witness: f1818 life.
Witness: f1823 life.
Witness: fThomas life.

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Witness: f1831 life;

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Witness: fMS life.

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Witness: f1818 But the latter
Witness: f1823 But the latter
Witness: fThomas But the latter
Witness: fMS But the latter
Witness: f1831 but the latter

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Witness: f1831 soon obtained my

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Witness: f1818 obtained my
Witness: f1823 obtained my
Witness: fThomas obtained my
Witness: fMS obtained my

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Witness: f1818 most
Witness: f1823 most
Witness: fThomas most
Witness: fMS most

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Witness: fMS undived attention;

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Witness: f1818 undivided
Witness: f1823 undivided
Witness: fThomas undivided
Witness: f1831 undivided

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Witness: f1831 attention.

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Witness: f1818 attention:
Witness: f1823 attention:
Witness: fThomas attention:

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Witness: f1818 wealth was an inferior
Witness: f1823 wealth was an inferior
Witness: fThomas wealth was an inferior
Witness: fMS wealth was an inferior
Witness: f1831 Wealth was an inferior

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Witness: fMS object

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Witness: f1818 object;
Witness: f1823 object;
Witness: fThomas object;
Witness: f1831 object;

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Witness: f1818 but what
Witness: f1823 but what
Witness: fThomas but what
Witness: fMS but what
Witness: f1831 but what

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Witness: fMS would be the glory of the

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Witness: f1818 glory would attend the
Witness: f1823 glory would attend the
Witness: fThomas glory would attend the
Witness: f1831 glory would attend the

C07g_app211

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Witness: fMS discovery

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Witness: f1818 discovery,
Witness: f1823 discovery,
Witness: fThomas discovery,
Witness: f1831 discovery,

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Witness: f1818 if I could
Witness: f1823 if I could
Witness: fThomas if I could
Witness: fMS if I could
Witness: f1831 if I could

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Witness: fMS bestoforever banish disease from the human

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Witness: f1818 banish disease from the human
Witness: f1823 banish disease from the human
Witness: fThomas banish disease from the human
Witness: f1831 banish disease from the human

C07g_app214

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Witness: fMS frame

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Witness: f1818 frame,
Witness: f1823 frame,
Witness: fThomas frame,
Witness: f1831 frame,

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Witness: f1818 and render man
Witness: f1823 and render man
Witness: fThomas and render man
Witness: fMS and render man
Witness: f1831 and render man

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Witness: fMS unatainablebyinvunerable

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Witness: f1818 invulnerable
Witness: f1823 invulnerable
Witness: fThomas invulnerable
Witness: f1831 invulnerable

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Witness: f1818 to
Witness: f1823 to
Witness: fThomas to
Witness: fMS to
Witness: f1831 to

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Witness: f1818 any but
Witness: f1823 any but
Witness: fThomas any but
Witness: f1831 any but

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Witness: fMS any<mdel/>but

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Witness: f1818 a violent
Witness: f1823 a violent
Witness: fThomas a violent
Witness: fMS a violent
Witness: f1831 a violent

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Witness: f1818 death!<p/><p/>Nor
Witness: f1823 death!<p/><p/>Nor
Witness: fThomas death!<p/><p/>Nor
Witness: f1831 death!<p/><p/>Nor

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Witness: fMS death. Nor

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Witness: f1818 were these my only
Witness: f1823 were these my only
Witness: fThomas were these my only
Witness: fMS were these my only
Witness: f1831 were these my only

C07g_app222

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Witness: fMS visions,

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Witness: f1818 visions.
Witness: f1823 visions.
Witness: fThomas visions.
Witness: f1831 visions.

C07g_app223

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Witness: f1818 The
Witness: f1823 The
Witness: fThomas The
Witness: fMS the
Witness: f1831 The

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Witness: f1818 raising of ghosts or devils
Witness: f1823 raising of ghosts or devils
Witness: fThomas raising of ghosts or devils
Witness: fMS raising of ghosts or devils
Witness: f1831 raising of ghosts or devils

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Witness: fMS <metamark function="insert">^</metamark>was also a favourwas

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Witness: f1818 was
Witness: f1823 was
Witness: fThomas was
Witness: f1831 was

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Witness: f1818 a promise liberally accorded
Witness: f1823 a promise liberally accorded
Witness: fThomas a promise liberally accorded
Witness: fMS a promise liberally accorded
Witness: f1831 a promise liberally accorded

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Witness: f1818 by my
Witness: f1823 by my
Witness: fThomas by my
Witness: f1831 by my

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Witness: fMS byitepursuitandIf I never saw anymy

C07g_app228

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Witness: f1818 favourite
Witness: f1823 favourite
Witness: fThomas favourite
Witness: fMS favourite
Witness: f1831 favourite

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Witness: f1818 authors,
Witness: f1823 authors,
Witness: fThomas authors,
Witness: f1831 authors,

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Witness: fMS authors;

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Witness: f1818 the fulfilment of which I most eagerly
Witness: f1823 the fulfilment of which I most eagerly
Witness: fThomas the fulfilment of which I most eagerly
Witness: fMS the fulfilment of which I most eagerly
Witness: f1831 the fulfilment of which I most eagerly

C07g_app231

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Witness: f1818 sought; and
Witness: f1823 sought; and
Witness: fThomas sought; and
Witness: f1831 sought; and

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Witness: fMS sought;&

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Witness: f1818 if my incantations were always
Witness: f1823 if my incantations were always
Witness: fThomas if my incantations were always
Witness: fMS if my incantations were always
Witness: f1831 if my incantations were always

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Witness: f1818 unsuccessful, I attributed
Witness: f1823 unsuccessful, I attributed
Witness: fThomas unsuccessful, I attributed
Witness: f1831 unsuccessful, I attributed

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Witness: fMS unsuccessfulattributed

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Witness: f1818 the failure rather to my own inexperience
Witness: f1823 the failure rather to my own inexperience
Witness: fThomas the failure rather to my own inexperience
Witness: fMS itthe failure rather to my own inexperience
Witness: f1831 the failure rather to my own inexperience

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Witness: fMS th and mistake, than <metamark function="insert">^</metamark>to a want of skill <metamark function="insert">^</metamark>or fidelity in

Reading Group: C07g_app235_rg2

Witness: f1818 and mistake, than to a want of skill or fidelity in
Witness: f1823 and mistake, than to a want of skill or fidelity in
Witness: fThomas and mistake, than to a want of skill or fidelity in
Witness: f1831 and mistake, than to a want of skill or fidelity in

C07g_app236

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Witness: fMS my instructors.When I was about fifteen my f The

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Witness: f1818 my instructors.<p/><p/>The
Witness: f1823 my instructors.<p/><p/>The
Witness: fThomas my instructors.<p/><p/>The

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Witness: f1831 my instructors. And thus for a time I was occupied by exploded systems, mingling, like an unadept, a thousand contradictory theories, and floundering desperately a very slough of multifarious knowledge, guided by an ardent imagination and childish reasoning, till an accident again changed the current of my ideas.<p/>

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Witness: f1818 natural
Witness: f1823 natural
Witness: fThomas natural
Witness: fMS natural

C07g_app238

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Witness: f1823 phenomena

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Witness: f1818 phænomena
Witness: fThomas phænomena

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Witness: fMS phænonema

C07g_app239

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Witness: f1818 that
Witness: f1823 that
Witness: fThomas that
Witness: fMS that

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Witness: f1818 take
Witness: f1823 take
Witness: fThomas take

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Witness: fMS takes

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Witness: f1818 place every day before our eyes did not
Witness: f1823 place every day before our eyes did not
Witness: fThomas place every day before our eyes did not
Witness: fMS place every day before our eyes did not

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Witness: f1818 escape
Witness: f1823 escape
Witness: fThomas escape
Witness: fMS escape

C07g_app243

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Witness: f1818 my
Witness: f1823 my
Witness: fThomas my
Witness: fMS my

C07g_app244

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Witness: f1818 examinations.
Witness: f1823 examinations.
Witness: fThomas examinations.
Witness: fMS exanmimnations.

C07g_app245

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Witness: fMS I rememberThefermentationof liquorsdi<shi rend="underline">stillation</shi>

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Witness: f1818 Distillation,
Witness: f1823 Distillation,
Witness: fThomas Distillation,

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Witness: f1818 and
Witness: f1823 and
Witness: fThomas and

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Witness: f1818 the wonderful effects of steam, processes
Witness: f1823 the wonderful effects of steam, processes
Witness: fThomas the wonderful effects of steam, processes

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Witness: f1818 of which
Witness: f1823 of which
Witness: fThomas of which
Witness: fMS of which

C07g_app249

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Witness: f1818 my
Witness: f1823 my
Witness: fThomas my
Witness: fMS my

C07g_app250

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Witness: fMS favorite

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Witness: f1818 favourite
Witness: f1823 favourite
Witness: fThomas favourite

C07g_app251

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Witness: f1818 authors were
Witness: f1823 authors were
Witness: fThomas authors were
Witness: fMS authors were

C07g_app252

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Witness: f1818 utterly ignorant,
Witness: f1823 utterly ignorant,
Witness: fThomas utterly ignorant,

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Witness: fMS utterly<note/> ignorant

C07g_app253

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Witness: f1818 excited my
Witness: f1823 excited my
Witness: fThomas excited my
Witness: fMS excited my

C07g_app254

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Witness: fMS astonishment,

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Witness: f1818 astonishment;
Witness: f1823 astonishment;
Witness: fThomas astonishment;

C07g_app255

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Witness: f1818 but my utmost
Witness: f1823 but my utmost
Witness: fThomas but my utmost
Witness: fMS but my utmost

C07g_app256

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Witness: f1818 wonder
Witness: f1823 wonder
Witness: fThomas wonder
Witness: fMS wonder

C07g_app257

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Witness: f1818 was
Witness: f1823 was
Witness: fThomas was
Witness: fMS was

C07g_app258

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Witness: fMS causedby anengaged

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Witness: f1818 engaged
Witness: f1823 engaged
Witness: fThomas engaged

C07g_app259

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 by
Witness: f1823 by
Witness: fThomas by
Witness: fMS by

C07g_app260

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Witness: f1818 some
Witness: f1823 some
Witness: fThomas some
Witness: fMS some

C07g_app261

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Witness: fMS experiementsair pumpelectrical machineon

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Witness: f1818 experiments on
Witness: f1823 experiments on
Witness: fThomas experiments on

C07g_app262

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Witness: f1818 an
Witness: f1823 an
Witness: fThomas an
Witness: fMS an

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Witness: fMS air pump

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Witness: f1818 air-pump,
Witness: fThomas air-pump,

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Witness: f1823 airpump,

C07g_app264

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 which I saw
Witness: f1823 which I saw
Witness: fThomas which I saw
Witness: fMS which I saw

C07g_app265

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Witness: f1818 employed
Witness: f1823 employed
Witness: fThomas employed

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Witness: fMS employedused

C07g_app266

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Witness: f1818 by
Witness: f1823 by
Witness: fThomas by
Witness: fMS by

C07g_app267

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Witness: f1818 a
Witness: f1823 a
Witness: fThomas a
Witness: fMS a

C07g_app268

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Witness: f1818 gentleman whom
Witness: f1823 gentleman whom
Witness: fThomas gentleman whom
Witness: fMS gentleman whom

C07g_app269

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Witness: f1818 we were
Witness: f1823 we were
Witness: fThomas we were
Witness: fMS we were

C07g_app270

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 in
Witness: f1823 in
Witness: fThomas in
Witness: fMS in
Witness: f1831 in

C07g_app271

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Witness: f1818 the habit
Witness: f1823 the habit
Witness: fThomas the habit
Witness: fMS the habit

C07g_app272

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Witness: f1818 of
Witness: f1823 of
Witness: fThomas of
Witness: fMS of

C07g_app273

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Witness: fMS visiting. The

Reading Group: C07g_app273_rg2

Witness: f1818 visiting.<p/><p/>The
Witness: f1823 visiting.<p/><p/>The
Witness: fThomas visiting.<p/><p/>The

C07g_app274

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Witness: f1818 ignorance of
Witness: f1823 ignorance of
Witness: fThomas ignorance of
Witness: fMS ignorance of

C07g_app275

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Witness: fMS my

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Witness: f1818 the early
Witness: f1823 the early
Witness: fThomas the early

C07g_app276

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 philosophers on these
Witness: f1823 philosophers on these
Witness: fThomas philosophers on these
Witness: fMS philosopheress on these

C07g_app277

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 and
Witness: f1823 and
Witness: fThomas and
Witness: fMS and

C07g_app278

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 several other
Witness: f1823 several other
Witness: fThomas several other
Witness: fMS several other

C07g_app279

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Witness: f1818 points
Witness: f1823 points
Witness: fThomas points

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Witness: fMS points,

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Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 served to
Witness: f1823 served to
Witness: fThomas served to
Witness: fMS served to

C07g_app281

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Witness: f1818 decrease their
Witness: f1823 decrease their
Witness: fThomas decrease their

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Witness: fMS decrease<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>thier

C07g_app282

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 credit with
Witness: f1823 credit with
Witness: fThomas credit with
Witness: fMS credit with

C07g_app283

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Witness: fMS <metamark function="insert">^</metamark>me –

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Witness: f1818 me:
Witness: f1823 me:
Witness: fThomas me:

C07g_app284

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 but I could not entirely throw
Witness: f1823 but I could not entirely throw
Witness: fThomas but I could not entirely throw
Witness: fMS but I could not entirely throw

C07g_app285

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 them
Witness: f1823 them
Witness: fThomas them
Witness: fMS them

C07g_app286

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Witness: fMS aside

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Witness: f1818 aside,
Witness: f1823 aside,
Witness: fThomas aside,

C07g_app287

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 before
Witness: f1823 before
Witness: fThomas before
Witness: fMS before

C07g_app288

Reading Group: C07g_app288_rg1

Witness: fMS anysome some other system

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Witness: f1818 some other system
Witness: f1823 some other system
Witness: fThomas some other system

C07g_app289

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Witness: fMS coccshouldoccupieyd

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Witness: f1818 should occupy
Witness: f1823 should occupy
Witness: fThomas should occupy

C07g_app290

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 their
Witness: f1823 their
Witness: fThomas their
Witness: fMS their

C07g_app291

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Witness: f1818 place
Witness: f1823 place
Witness: fThomas place

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Witness: fMS place.,

C07g_app292

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 in
Witness: f1823 in
Witness: fThomas in
Witness: fMS in

C07g_app293

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Witness: f1818 my mind.<p/>
Witness: f1823 my mind.<p/>
Witness: fThomas my mind.<p/>

Reading Group: C07g_app293_rg2

Witness: fMS my mind–<gap quantity="25" reason="resequencing" unit="lines"/><gap quantity="28" reason="resequencing" unit="lines"/><gap quantity="1" reason="resequencing" unit="tokens"/>

C07g_app294

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Witness: f1818 <p/>When
Witness: f1823 <p/>When
Witness: fThomas <p/>When
Witness: f1831 <p/>When

Reading Group: C07g_app294_rg2

Witness: fMS <metamark function="paragraph"> [</metamark>wWhen

C07g_app295

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 I was about
Witness: f1823 I was about
Witness: fThomas I was about
Witness: fMS I was about
Witness: f1831 I was about

C07g_app296

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Witness: fMS twelvefourteen

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Witness: f1818 fifteen
Witness: f1823 fifteen
Witness: fThomas fifteen
Witness: f1831 fifteen

C07g_app297

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 years
Witness: f1823 years
Witness: fThomas years
Witness: fMS years
Witness: f1831 years

C07g_app298

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Witness: f1818 old,
Witness: f1823 old,
Witness: fThomas old,

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Witness: fMS old
Witness: f1831 old

C07g_app299

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 we
Witness: f1823 we
Witness: fThomas we
Witness: fMS we
Witness: f1831 we

C07g_app300

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Witness: f1818 had retired to
Witness: f1823 had retired to
Witness: fThomas had retired to
Witness: f1831 had retired to

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Witness: fMS were at

C07g_app301

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 our house near
Witness: f1823 our house near
Witness: fThomas our house near
Witness: fMS our house near
Witness: f1831 our house near

C07g_app302

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Witness: fMS Belrive

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Witness: f1818 Belrive,
Witness: f1823 Belrive,
Witness: fThomas Belrive,
Witness: f1831 Belrive,

C07g_app303

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Witness: f1818 when we witnessed
Witness: f1823 when we witnessed
Witness: fThomas when we witnessed
Witness: fMS when we witnessed
Witness: f1831 when we witnessed

C07g_app304

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Witness: fMS the a

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Witness: f1818 a
Witness: f1823 a
Witness: fThomas a
Witness: f1831 a

C07g_app305

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Witness: fMS violent atand terrible

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Witness: f1818 most violent and terrible
Witness: f1823 most violent and terrible
Witness: fThomas most violent and terrible
Witness: f1831 most violent and terrible

C07g_app306

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Witness: fMS thunder storm

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Witness: f1818 thunder-storm.
Witness: f1823 thunder-storm.
Witness: fThomas thunder-storm.
Witness: f1831 thunder-storm.

C07g_app307

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Witness: f1818 It advanced from behind
Witness: f1823 It advanced from behind
Witness: fThomas It advanced from behind
Witness: fMS it advanced from behind
Witness: f1831 It advanced from behind

C07g_app308

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Witness: fMS Jura and the

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Witness: f1818 the mountains of Jura;
Witness: f1823 the mountains of Jura;
Witness: fThomas the mountains of Jura;
Witness: f1831 the mountains of Jura;

C07g_app309

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Witness: f1818 and the thunder
Witness: f1823 and the thunder
Witness: fThomas and the thunder
Witness: fMS and the thunder
Witness: f1831 and the thunder

C07g_app310

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Witness: fMS was heard at once fromthe dseveral quarters of the heavens and burst at once with

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Witness: f1818 burst at once with
Witness: f1823 burst at once with
Witness: fThomas burst at once with
Witness: f1831 burst at once with

C07g_app311

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Witness: fMS and frightful

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Witness: f1818 frightful
Witness: f1823 frightful
Witness: fThomas frightful
Witness: f1831 frightful

C07g_app312

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Witness: f1818 loudness from
Witness: f1823 loudness from
Witness: fThomas loudness from
Witness: f1831 loudness from

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Witness: fMS loudness.<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>from

C07g_app313

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Witness: f1818 various quarters of the
Witness: f1823 various quarters of the
Witness: fThomas various quarters of the
Witness: fMS various quarters of the
Witness: f1831 various quarters of the

C07g_app314

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Witness: fMS heavens

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Witness: f1818 heavens.
Witness: f1823 heavens.
Witness: fThomas heavens.
Witness: f1831 heavens.

C07g_app315

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Witness: f1818 I
Witness: f1823 I
Witness: fThomas I
Witness: fMS I
Witness: f1831 I

C07g_app316

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Witness: f1818 remained,
Witness: f1823 remained,
Witness: fThomas remained,
Witness: f1831 remained,

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Witness: fMS witnessed thise elementalstorm with pleasure and remained

C07g_app317

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Witness: f1818 while the storm
Witness: f1823 while the storm
Witness: fThomas while the storm
Witness: fMS while itthe storm
Witness: f1831 while the storm

C07g_app318

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Witness: fMS lasted atwatching its

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Witness: f1818 lasted, watching
Witness: f1823 lasted, watching
Witness: fThomas lasted, watching
Witness: f1831 lasted, watching

C07g_app319

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Witness: f1818 its progress
Witness: f1823 its progress
Witness: fThomas its progress
Witness: fMS its progress
Witness: f1831 its progress

C07g_app320

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Witness: f1818 with curiosity and
Witness: f1823 with curiosity and
Witness: fThomas with curiosity and
Witness: fMS with curiosity &
Witness: f1831 with curiosity and

C07g_app321

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Witness: f1818 delight. As
Witness: f1823 delight. As
Witness: fThomas delight. As
Witness: f1831 delight. As

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Witness: fMS delightthe doorwatching. When it was mostAs

C07g_app322

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Witness: f1818 I stood at the
Witness: f1823 I stood at the
Witness: fThomas I stood at the
Witness: fMS I stood at the
Witness: f1831 I stood at the

C07g_app323

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Witness: f1818 door, on
Witness: f1823 door, on
Witness: fThomas door, on
Witness: f1831 door, on

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Witness: fMS doorviolent,on

C07g_app324

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Witness: f1818 a sudden I beheld
Witness: f1823 a sudden I beheld
Witness: fThomas a sudden I beheld
Witness: fMS a sudden I beheld
Witness: f1831 a sudden I beheld

C07g_app325

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Witness: fMS the<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>a

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Witness: f1818 a
Witness: f1823 a
Witness: fThomas a
Witness: f1831 a

C07g_app326

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Witness: f1818 stream of fire issue
Witness: f1823 stream of fire issue
Witness: fThomas stream of fire issue
Witness: fMS stream of fire issue
Witness: f1831 stream of fire issue

C07g_app327

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Witness: f1818 from an old
Witness: f1823 from an old
Witness: fThomas from an old
Witness: fMS from an old
Witness: f1831 from an old

C07g_app328

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Witness: fMS be and beautiful

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Witness: f1818 and beautiful
Witness: f1823 and beautiful
Witness: fThomas and beautiful
Witness: f1831 and beautiful

C07g_app329

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Witness: fMS oak

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Witness: f1818 oak, which stood
Witness: f1823 oak, which stood
Witness: fThomas oak, which stood
Witness: f1831 oak, which stood

C07g_app330

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Witness: f1818 about
Witness: f1823 about
Witness: fThomas about
Witness: fMS about
Witness: f1831 about

C07g_app331

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Witness: fMS wh twenty yards from

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Witness: f1818 twenty yards from
Witness: f1823 twenty yards from
Witness: fThomas twenty yards from
Witness: f1831 twenty yards from

C07g_app332

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Witness: f1818 our
Witness: f1823 our
Witness: fThomas our
Witness: fMS our
Witness: f1831 our

C07g_app333

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Witness: fMS house

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Witness: f1818 house;
Witness: f1823 house;
Witness: fThomas house;
Witness: f1831 house;

C07g_app334

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Witness: f1818 and
Witness: f1823 and
Witness: fThomas and
Witness: fMS and
Witness: f1831 and

C07g_app335

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Witness: fMS whenso

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Witness: f1818 so
Witness: f1823 so
Witness: fThomas so
Witness: f1831 so

C07g_app336

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Witness: f1818 soon as the
Witness: f1823 soon as the
Witness: fThomas soon as the
Witness: fMS soon as the
Witness: f1831 soon as the

C07g_app337

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Witness: fMS dazz dazzling light

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Witness: f1818 dazzling light
Witness: f1823 dazzling light
Witness: fThomas dazzling light
Witness: f1831 dazzling light

C07g_app338

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Witness: fMS haddissadissappearedthepa vanished, the oak

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Witness: f1818 vanished, the oak
Witness: f1823 vanished, the oak
Witness: fThomas vanished, the oak
Witness: f1831 vanished, the oak

C07g_app339

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Witness: fMS hand had

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Witness: f1818 had
Witness: f1823 had
Witness: fThomas had
Witness: f1831 had

C07g_app340

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Witness: f1818 disappeared,
Witness: f1823 disappeared,
Witness: fThomas disappeared,
Witness: f1831 disappeared,

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Witness: fMS dissappeared

C07g_app341

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 and
Witness: f1823 and
Witness: fThomas and
Witness: fMS an&
Witness: f1831 and

C07g_app342

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Witness: f1818 nothing remained
Witness: f1823 nothing remained
Witness: fThomas nothing remained
Witness: f1831 nothing remained
Witness: fMS nothingremained

C07g_app343

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Witness: f1818 but a
Witness: f1823 but a
Witness: fThomas but a
Witness: fMS but a
Witness: f1831 but a

C07g_app344

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Witness: fMS rent<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>blasted

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Witness: f1818 blasted
Witness: f1823 blasted
Witness: fThomas blasted
Witness: f1831 blasted

C07g_app345

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Witness: f1818 stump.
Witness: f1823 stump.
Witness: fThomas stump.
Witness: f1831 stump.

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Witness: fMS stump. remained.

C07g_app346

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Witness: f1818 When we
Witness: f1823 When we
Witness: fThomas When we
Witness: fMS When we
Witness: f1831 When we

C07g_app347

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 visited it the next
Witness: f1823 visited it the next
Witness: fThomas visited it the next
Witness: fMS visited it the next
Witness: f1831 visited it the next

C07g_app348

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Witness: fMS morning

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Witness: f1818 morning,
Witness: f1823 morning,
Witness: fThomas morning,
Witness: f1831 morning,

C07g_app349

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Witness: f1818 we found
Witness: f1823 we found
Witness: fThomas we found
Witness: fMS we found
Witness: f1831 we found

C07g_app350

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 the
Witness: f1823 the
Witness: fThomas the
Witness: fMS the
Witness: f1831 the

C07g_app351

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Witness: fMS trea tree shattered in a

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Witness: f1818 tree shattered in a
Witness: f1823 tree shattered in a
Witness: fThomas tree shattered in a
Witness: f1831 tree shattered in a

C07g_app352

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 singular manner. It was not splintered by the shock, but entirely
Witness: f1823 singular manner. It was not splintered by the shock, but entirely
Witness: fThomas singular manner. It was not splintered by the shock, but entirely
Witness: fMS singular manner. It was not splintered by the shock, but entirely
Witness: f1831 singular manner. It was not splintered by the shock, but entirely

C07g_app353

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 reduced to thin
Witness: f1823 reduced to thin
Witness: fThomas reduced to thin
Witness: fMS reduced to thin
Witness: f1831 reduced to thin

C07g_app354

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Witness: f1823 ribands
Witness: fMS ribands
Witness: f1831 ribands

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Witness: f1818 ribbands
Witness: fThomas ribbands

C07g_app355

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 of wood.
Witness: f1823 of wood.
Witness: fThomas of wood.
Witness: fMS of wood.
Witness: f1831 of wood.

C07g_app356

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Witness: fMS TheC I never

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Witness: f1818 I never
Witness: f1823 I never
Witness: fThomas I never
Witness: f1831 I never

C07g_app357

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Witness: f1818 beheld
Witness: f1823 beheld
Witness: fThomas beheld
Witness: f1831 beheld

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Witness: fMS saw

C07g_app358

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Witness: f1818 any thing
Witness: f1823 any thing
Witness: fThomas any thing
Witness: fMS any thing

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Witness: f1831 anything

C07g_app359

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 so utterly
Witness: f1823 so utterly
Witness: fThomas so utterly
Witness: fMS so utterly
Witness: f1831 so utterly

C07g_app360

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Witness: fMS destroyed.

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Witness: f1818 destroyed.<p/>
Witness: f1823 destroyed.<p/>
Witness: fThomas destroyed.<p/>
Witness: f1831 destroyed.<p/>

C07h_app1

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Witness: f1818 <p/>The catastrophe of this tree excited my extreme astonishment;
Witness: f1823 <p/>The catastrophe of this tree excited my extreme astonishment;
Witness: fThomas <p/>The catastrophe of this tree excited my extreme astonishment;

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Witness: fMS The catastrophe of the tree excited my extreme astonishment andcaused<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>inducedme to aply wiithfresh diligence to the study of chemistrynatural philosophy which promised an exclamatio planation of theise sort of phænonema. On Elizabeth and Clerval it produced a di very different effect. They admired the beauty of the storm without wishing to analyze its causes. Henry said that the Fairies and giants were at war and Elizabeth attempted a picture of it. As I grew older my attempts in science were of a higher nature. I endeavou produced little earthquakes and tried every kind of combination of gasses to and elements to ascertain the results.<gap quantity="16" reason="resequencing" unit="lines"/><gap quantity="3" reason="resequencing" unit="lines"/>And<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>Among other questions suggested by natural objects

Reading Group: C07h_app1_rg3

Witness: f1831 <p/>Before this I was not unacquainted with the more obvious laws of electricity. On this occasion a man of great research in natural philosophy was with us, and, excited by this catastrophe, he entered on the explanation of a theory which he had formed on the subject of electricity and galvanism, which was at once new and astonishing to me. All that he said threw greatly into the shade Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my imagination; but by some fatality the overthrow of these men disinclined me to pursue my accustomed studies. It seemed to me as if nothing would or could ever be known. All that had so long engaged my attention suddenly grew despicable. By one of those caprices of the mind, which we are perhaps most subject to in early youth, I at once gave up my former occupations; set down natural history and all its progeny as a deformed and abortive creation; and entertained the greatest disdain for a would-be science, which could never even step within the threshold of real knowledge. In this mood of mind I betook myself to the mathematics, and the branches of study appertaining to that science, as being built upon secure foundations, and so worthy of my consideration.<p/> <p/>Thus strangely are our souls constructed, and by such slight ligaments are we bound to prosperity or ruin. When I look back, it seems to me as if this almost miraculous change of inclination and will was the immediate suggestion of the guardian angel of my life— the last effort made by the spirit of preservation to avert the storm that was even then hanging in the stars, and ready to envelope me. Her victory was announced by an unusual tranquillity and gladness of soul, which followed the relinquishing of my ancient and latterly tormenting studies. It was thus that I was to be taught to associate evil with their prosecution, happiness with their disregard.<p/> <p/> It was a strong effort of the spirit of good; but it was ineffectual. Destiny was too potent, and her immutable laws had decreed my utter and terrible destruction.<p/>

C07h_app2

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 and
Witness: f1823 and
Witness: fThomas and

C07h_app3

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 I
Witness: f1823 I
Witness: fThomas I
Witness: fMS I

C07h_app4

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Witness: fMS as eagerly

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Witness: f1818 eagerly
Witness: f1823 eagerly
Witness: fThomas eagerly

C07h_app5

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Witness: fMS enquired

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Witness: f1818 inquired
Witness: f1823 inquired
Witness: fThomas inquired

C07h_app6

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Witness: f1818 of my father
Witness: f1823 of my father
Witness: fThomas of my father
Witness: fMS of my father

C07h_app7

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Witness: fMS what<metamark function="insert">^</metamark>the

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Witness: f1818 the
Witness: f1823 the
Witness: fThomas the

C07h_app8

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 nature and
Witness: f1823 nature and
Witness: fThomas nature and
Witness: fMS nature &

C07h_app9

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Witness: fMS the origin of thunder and

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Witness: f1818 origin of thunder and
Witness: f1823 origin of thunder and
Witness: fThomas origin of thunder and

C07h_app10

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Witness: fMS lightening. was.

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Witness: f1818 lightning.
Witness: f1823 lightning.
Witness: fThomas lightning.

C07h_app11

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 He
Witness: f1823 He
Witness: fThomas He
Witness: fMS He

C07h_app12

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 replied,
Witness: f1823 replied,
Witness: fThomas replied,
Witness: fMS replied,

C07h_app13

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Witness: f1818 “Electricity;”
Witness: f1823 “Electricity;”
Witness: fThomas “Electricity;”

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Witness: fMS electricity;

C07h_app14

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 describing at the same
Witness: f1823 describing at the same
Witness: fThomas describing at the same
Witness: fMS describing at the same

C07h_app15

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 time the
Witness: f1823 time the
Witness: fThomas time the
Witness: fMS time the

C07h_app16

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Witness: fMS effect

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Witness: f1818 various effects
Witness: f1823 various effects
Witness: fThomas various effects

C07h_app17

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 of that power. He
Witness: f1823 of that power. He
Witness: fThomas of that power. He
Witness: fMS of that power. He

C07h_app18

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Witness: fMS madeconstructed

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Witness: f1818 constructed
Witness: f1823 constructed
Witness: fThomas constructed

C07h_app19

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 a small electrical
Witness: f1823 a small electrical
Witness: fThomas a small electrical
Witness: fMS a small electrical

C07h_app20

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Witness: fMS machine

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Witness: f1818 machine,
Witness: f1823 machine,
Witness: fThomas machine,

C07h_app21

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Witness: f1818 and exhibited a few
Witness: f1823 and exhibited a few
Witness: fThomas and exhibited a few
Witness: fMS and exhibited a few

C07h_app22

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Witness: fMS experiments and

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Witness: f1818 experiments; he
Witness: f1823 experiments; he
Witness: fThomas experiments; he

C07h_app23

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 made
Witness: f1823 made
Witness: fThomas made
Witness: fMS made

C07h_app24

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Witness: f1818 also
Witness: f1823 also
Witness: fThomas also

C07h_app25

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 a
Witness: f1823 a
Witness: fThomas a
Witness: fMS a

C07h_app26

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Witness: fMS kite

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Witness: f1818 kite,
Witness: f1823 kite,
Witness: fThomas kite,

C07h_app27

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 with a wire and
Witness: f1823 with a wire and
Witness: fThomas with a wire and
Witness: fMS with a wire &

C07h_app28

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Witness: fMS string andwhich

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Witness: f1818 string, which
Witness: f1823 string, which
Witness: fThomas string, which

C07h_app29

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 drew down
Witness: f1823 drew down
Witness: fThomas drew down
Witness: fMS drew down

C07h_app30

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 that fluid from the
Witness: f1823 that fluid from the
Witness: fThomas that fluid from the
Witness: fMS that fluid from the

C07h_app31

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Witness: f1823 clouds. <p/><p/>This

Reading Group: C07h_app31_rg2

Witness: fThomas clouds.<note/>you said your family was not sientific.<note/><p/><p/>This

Reading Group: C07h_app31_rg3

Witness: fMS clouds. This

Reading Group: C07h_app31_rg4

Witness: f1818 clouds.<p/><p/>This

C07h_app32

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 last
Witness: f1823 last
Witness: fThomas last
Witness: fMS last

C07h_app33

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Witness: fMS blowst stroke

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Witness: f1818 stroke
Witness: f1823 stroke
Witness: fThomas stroke

C07h_app34

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Witness: fMS compleated

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Witness: f1818 completed
Witness: f1823 completed
Witness: fThomas completed

C07h_app35

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 the overthrow of Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus
Witness: f1823 the overthrow of Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus
Witness: fThomas the overthrow of Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus
Witness: fMS the overthrow of Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus

C07h_app36

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Witness: fMS Magnus

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Witness: f1818 Magnus,
Witness: f1823 Magnus,
Witness: fThomas Magnus,

C07h_app37

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 and Paracelsus, who had so long
Witness: f1823 and Paracelsus, who had so long
Witness: fThomas and Paracelsus, who had so long
Witness: fMS and Paracelsus, who had so long

C07h_app38

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 reigned the lords of my imagination. But
Witness: f1823 reigned the lords of my imagination. But
Witness: fThomas reigned the lords of my imagination. But
Witness: fMS reigned the lords of my imagination. But

C07h_app39

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 by some fatality I did not feel
Witness: f1823 by some fatality I did not feel
Witness: fThomas by some fatality I did not feel
Witness: fMS by some fatality I did not feel

C07h_app40

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Witness: fMS enclined

Reading Group: C07h_app40_rg2

Witness: f1818 inclined
Witness: f1823 inclined
Witness: fThomas inclined

C07h_app41

Unified Readings

Witness: f1818 to
Witness: f1823 to
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Witness: f1823 commence
Witness: fThomas commence
Witness: fMS commence

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