All earnestly expressed by their features that their minds did not wander to Holland for a moment on account of this statement, but were deploring the difference which gave rise to the figure; and Mark Clark cried "Hear, hear; just what I should ha’ said."
She had sighed for her self-completeness then, and now she cried aloud against the severance of the union she had deplored.
"I don’t accuse you of it—I deplore it.
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We deplore the government’s treatment of political prisoners.