Goldsmith's Friend Abroad Again

By Mark Twain

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...GOLDSMITH'S FRIEND ABROAD AGAIN

By Mark Twain




NOTE.--No experience is set down...

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... AT...

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...is only another instance of the loving unselfishness of the Americans for all unfortunate foreigners....

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...signify that he was satisfied with my promptness. Another person came now, and searched all...

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... ...

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...official title) looked on for a minute and then walked leisurely away. But a man...

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..."go my bail or pay my fine." When they explained these things to me, I...

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...way of one I fell on the head or heels of another and was promptly...

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...fall to fighting and keep it up till they were just two grotesque tangles of...

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...I was a Chinaman, and they said I was "a bloody interlopin' loafer come from...

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...gentlemen and thus injuring them socially, the idea was finally given up.

There was also in...

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...to stop, which he did not do--was chased and caught, beaten ferociously about the head...

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...when an officer by and by turned off the sickly yellow gas flame, and immediately...

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...to them, in exact accordance with the evidence; negroes were promptly punished, when there was...

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...is part of the very flesh and blood of every American would be stirred to...

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...Independence which we have copied in letters of gold in China and keep hung up...

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...made his statement and that was the end of it, unless the Chinaman's lawyer could...