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1  Dressing-gown would mean house; dress, outside.
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2  I myself am of an old family, and to live in a new house would kill me.
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3  To my left the view is cut off by a black line of roof of the old house next the abbey.
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4  The house is at present empty, but enclosed please find keys, all of which are labelled.
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5  A house cannot be made habitable in a day; and, after all, how few days go to make up a century.
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6  On the far side of the house I found him pressed close against the old ironbound oak door of the chapel.
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7  Lucy is to be married in the autumn, and she is already planning out her dresses and how her house is to be arranged.
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8  The people of the house are careful to lock the door every night, so I feared that Lucy must have gone out as she was.
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9  There are certainly odd deficiencies in the house, considering the extraordinary evidences of wealth which are round me.
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10  Not an hour shall you wait in my house against your will, though sad am I at your going, and that you so suddenly desire it.
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11  Again he went into the grounds of the deserted house, and we found him in the same place, pressed against the old chapel door.
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12  There are but few houses close at hand, one being a very large house only recently added to and formed into a private lunatic asylum.
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13  As I got through the belt of trees I saw a white figure scale the high wall which separates our grounds from those of the deserted house.
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14  The house has been added to, but in a very straggling way, and I can only guess at the amount of ground it covers, which must be very great.
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15  I could not enter it, as I had not the key of the door leading to it from the house, but I have taken with my kodak views of it from various points.
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16  You are to leave the keys on coming away in the main hall of the house, where the proprietor may get them on his entering the house by means of his duplicate key.
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17  This he afterwards explained by saying that to a boyar the pride of his house and name is his own pride, that their glory is his glory, that their fate is his fate.
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