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1  Your town address at the Albany I have.
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2  I have not been called back to town at all.
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3  Mr. Ernest has been suddenly called back to town.
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4  I have come up to town expressly to propose to her.
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5  Indeed, he always lays stress on your German when he is leaving for town.
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6  He laid particular stress on your German, as he was leaving for town yesterday.
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7  However, you have got to catch the four-five, and I hope you will have a pleasant journey back to town.
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8  Well, my name is Ernest in town and Jack in the country, and the cigarette case was given to me in the country.
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9  You have invented a very useful younger brother called Ernest, in order that you may be able to come up to town as often as you like.
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10  I'll reveal to you the meaning of that incomparable expression as soon as you are kind enough to inform me why you are Ernest in town and Jack in the country.
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11  Brother John, I have come down from town to tell you that I am very sorry for all the trouble I have given you, and that I intend to lead a better life in the future.
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12  And as a high moral tone can hardly be said to conduce very much to either one's health or one's happiness, in order to get up to town I have always pretended to have a younger brother of the name of Ernest, who lives in the Albany, and gets into the most dreadful scrapes.
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