1 To you, my friend, I look that I know it to speak.
2 Believe me, my friends, we shall not have long to wait now.
3 He will let two scientists see his case, if he will not let two friends.
4 Nay, more, you would count me amongst the best and truest of your friends.
5 You cannot deceive me, my friend; I know too much, and my horses are swift.
6 Only think that we, your true friends, are round you, and that we pray for you all the time.
7 In them I find some letters from you, which show how great friends you were and how you love her.
8 Indeed, it was no wonder that my friends were alarmed, and insisted on my being put under control.
9 The friends of the dead will all be gone by two, and when the sexton lock the gate we shall remain.
10 It will doubtless please your friends to know that you are well, and that you look forward to getting home to them.
11 We should have written long ago, but we knew nothing of his friends, and there was on him nothing that any one could understand.
12 Friend John, when I turn the handle, if the door does not open, do you put your shoulder down and shove; and you too, my friends.
13 For a few minutes our sorrowful hearts beat together, whilst the friends around us turned away their eyes that ran tears silently.
14 Were death, or the fear of death, the only thing that stood in the way I would not shrink to die here, now, amidst the friends who love me.
15 Dr. Seward is loved not only by his household and his friends, but even by his patients, who, being some of them hardly in mental equilibrium, are apt to distort causes and effects.
16 There were only ourselves and the servants there, one or two old friends of his from Exeter, his London agent, and a gentleman representing Sir John Paxton, the President of the Incorporated Law Society.
17 He explained to me that posts were few and uncertain, and that my writing now would ensure ease of mind to my friends; and he assured me with so much impressiveness that he would countermand the later letters, which would be held over at Bistritz until due time in case chance would admit of my prolonging my stay, that to oppose him would have been to create new suspicion.
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