On the other hand, she often looked at him, with interest and curiosity, if not distrust, but his face never, showed the least consciousness.
On the other hand, Trabb’s boy might worm himself into his intimacy and tell him things; or, reckless and desperate wretch as I knew he could be, might hoot him in the High Street, My patroness, too, might hear of him, and not approve.
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