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  • I told him, "that in the kingdom of Tribnia, {3} by the natives called Langdon, {4} where I had sojourned some time in my travels, the bulk of the people consist in a manner wholly of discoverers, witnesses, informers, accusers, prosecutors, evidences, swearers, together with their several subservient and subaltern instruments, all under the colours, the conduct, and the pay of ministers of state, and their deputies.

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  • I have fond memories of our sojourn to the south of France.
  • I sojourned there for two years.

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