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1  In this purse," said Rebecca, "thou wilt find a hundred.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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2  Rebecca," said the Jew, "that Ishmaelite hath gone somewhat beyond me.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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3  Think not thus of it, my father," said Rebecca; "we also have advantages.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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4  It is not for myself that I pray this favour," said Rebecca; "nor is it even for that poor old man.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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5  The noble and solemn air with which Rebecca made this appeal, gave it double weight with the fair Saxon.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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6  As he turned to receive Rebecca's answer, he observed, that during his chattering with Gurth, she had left the apartment unperceived.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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7  It was to this person, such as we have described him, that the Prince addressed his imperious command to make place for Isaac and Rebecca.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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8  My father did but jest with thee, good fellow," said Rebecca; "he owes thy master deeper kindness than these arms and steed could pay, were their value tenfold.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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9  The figure of Rebecca might indeed have compared with the proudest beauties of England, even though it had been judged by as shrewd a connoisseur as Prince John.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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10  Just as Rebecca had dropped over her fine features a screen of silver gauze which reached to her feet, the door opened, and Gurth entered, wrapt in the ample folds of his Norman mantle.
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11  So saying, he took from Gurth's breast the large leathern pouch, in which the purse given him by Rebecca was enclosed, as well as the rest of the zecchins, and then continued his interrogation.
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12  "My daughter Rebecca, so please your Grace," answered Isaac, with a low congee, nothing embarrassed by the Prince's salutation, in which, however, there was at least as much mockery as courtesy.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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13  Isaac at once replaced on the table the untasted glass of Greek wine which he had just raised to his lips, and saying hastily to his daughter, "Rebecca, veil thyself," commanded the stranger to be admitted.
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14  The Disinherited Knight was filled with astonishment, no less at the generosity of Rebecca, by which, however, he resolved he would not profit, than that of the robbers, to whose profession such a quality seemed totally foreign.
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15  But Rebecca suddenly quitting her dejected posture, and making her way through the attendants to the palfrey of the Saxon lady, knelt down, and, after the Oriental fashion in addressing superiors, kissed the hem of Rowena's garment.
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16  In an apartment, small indeed, but richly furnished with decorations of an Oriental taste, Rebecca was seated on a heap of embroidered cushions, which, piled along a low platform that surrounded the chamber, served, like the estrada of the Spaniards, instead of chairs and stools.
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17  He wished to banish from the minds of the chivalry around him his own indecent and unacceptable jest respecting the Jewess Rebecca; he was desirous of conciliating Alicia's father Waldemar, of whom he stood in awe, and who had more than once shown himself dissatisfied during the course of the day's proceedings.
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