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1  Mr. Dimmesdale gently repelled their entreaties.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne
Get Context   In IX. THE LEECH
2  "The little baggage hath witchcraft in her, I profess," said he to Mr. Dimmesdale.
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Get Context   In VIII. THE ELF-CHILD AND THE MINISTER
3  About this period, however, the health of Mr. Dimmesdale had evidently begun to fail.
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Get Context   In IX. THE LEECH
4  Good Master Dimmesdale," said he, "the responsibility of this woman's soul lies greatly with you.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne
Get Context   In III. THE RECOGNITION
5  The Reverend Mr. Dimmesdale bent his head, in silent prayer, as it seemed, and then came forward.
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Get Context   In III. THE RECOGNITION
6  In this manner, the mysterious old Roger Chillingworth became the medical adviser of the Reverend Mr. Dimmesdale.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne
Get Context   In IX. THE LEECH
7  Care must be had nevertheless, to put the child to due and stated examination in the catechism, at thy hands or Master Dimmesdale's.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne
Get Context   In VIII. THE ELF-CHILD AND THE MINISTER
8  The latter had his suspicions, indeed, that even the nature of Mr. Dimmesdale's bodily disease had never fairly been revealed to him.
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Get Context   In IX. THE LEECH
9  Some declared, that if Mr. Dimmesdale were really going to die, it was cause enough that the world was not worthy to be any longer trodden by his feet.
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Get Context   In IX. THE LEECH
10  In Arthur Dimmesdale, thought and imagination were so active, and sensibility so intense, that the bodily infirmity would be likely to have its groundwork there.
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Get Context   In IX. THE LEECH
11  The motherly care of the good widow assigned to Mr. Dimmesdale a front apartment, with a sunny exposure, and heavy window-curtains, to create a noontide shadow when desirable.
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Get Context   In IX. THE LEECH
12  This learned stranger was exemplary as regarded at least the outward forms of a religious life; and early after his arrival, had chosen for his spiritual guide the Reverend Mr. Dimmesdale.
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Get Context   In IX. THE LEECH
13  The elders, the deacons, the motherly dames, and the young and fair maidens of Mr. Dimmesdale's flock, were alike importunate that he should make trial of the physician's frankly offered skill.
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Get Context   In IX. THE LEECH
14  Even the poor baby at Hester's bosom was affected by the same influence, for it directed its hitherto vacant gaze towards Mr. Dimmesdale, and held up its little arms with a half-pleased, half-plaintive murmur.
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Get Context   In III. THE RECOGNITION
15  This latter step, however, there was no present prospect that Arthur Dimmesdale would be prevailed upon to take; he rejected all suggestions of the kind, as if priestly celibacy were one of his articles of Church discipline.
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16  Mr. Dimmesdale was a true priest, a true religionist, with the reverential sentiment largely developed, and an order of mind that impelled itself powerfully along the track of a creed, and wore its passage continually deeper with the lapse of time.
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Get Context   In IX. THE LEECH
17  After a time, at a hint from Roger Chillingworth, the friends of Mr. Dimmesdale effected an arrangement by which the two were lodged in the same house; so that every ebb and flow of the minister's life-tide might pass under the eye of his anxious and attached physician.
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Get Context   In IX. THE LEECH
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