Sketches New and Old, Part 3.

By Mark Twain

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...SKETCHES NEW AND OLD

by Mark Twain

Part 3.



DISGRACEFUL PERSECUTION OF A BOY

In San Francisco, the other...

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...other half it would seem
that the reporters were gone mad with admiration of the energy,...

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...there goes a Chinaman! God will not love me if I do not stone...

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...Nothing like it has been
seen since we can remember."






THE JUDGE'S "SPIRITED WOMAN"

"I was sitting here,"...

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...my husband without any cause before my own eyes and my little
children's, and that all...

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...going to die.

But he worried through, and got well and started a farm. He...

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...kept him so much on the jump, as it were,
that he had to leave the...

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...straightway there was a crowd
to gape and stare at him.

Finally they set off, and it...

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...moisture dephlogisticated
by refraction. A few endiometrical experiments would confirm this, but
it is not necessary....

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...countenance that he brought light. Said he:

"Give thanks for this stupendous thing which we...

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...as the last of these
wonderful apparitions proceeded in exactly the opposite direction from
that pursued by...

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...under the edge
of his cut-away coat, bent his right leg, placing his toe on the...

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...conveyed from
the glittering domains of space, was found to be hollow and nearly filled
with a...

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... Which is, that lightning, kept to itself, is quiescent; it
is the assaulting contact of...

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...look about their texture and were no doubt the
discarded skins of prodigious insects which had...

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...were caverns within caverns; and one might ascend
and visit these minor compartments by means of...

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... Up-shootings of igneous rock through fractures in
water formations were common; but here was the...

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... NO SMOKING.
...

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... WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF
...

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...ye
smell thereof. When it was stirred with happiness, it leaked water from
its eyes; and...

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...mark a bone with its teeth, anyway.' Here
were proofs that Man had vague, groveling...

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... spare us the repetition of it!"

With infinite trouble, Professor Woodlouse succeeded in making...

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...those rare and wonderful
creation left by the Mound Builders. The fact that this one...

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...one, it had decayed or been removed by some
vandal as a relic.

The views having been...

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...appoint a commission and
command it to rest not nor spare expense until the search for...

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...24
'Messrs. Smith, Jones, and others.

'GENTLEMEN:...

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...present feebleness of the religious element in that new
commonwealth, the expediency of incorporating the church...

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..."'MARK TWAIN,
...

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...influential, and so they tortured that small circumstance into
something wonderful,...

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...TWAIN,
...

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...passes to the left of
said Dawson's and onward thence to...

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...a good deal of rake to it--to the train, I mean; it was said to
be...

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...that sometimes he is so afflicted with
a yearning to write a sparkling and absorbingly readable...

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...the British Possessions; but
a land breeze and a crooked current carried them by, and they...

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...be oppressively emotional
at breakfast, because she generally made use of such opportunities as
offered, being of...

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...brown hair arrived from New York yesterday, and
he has a new set of teeth coming...

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...a game of chance. Judge and counsel said that
would be an easy matter, and...

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...et al., have carefully considered the points of the case,
and...