6 If the indictment is to be trusted, he has hidden it in some place known to himself alone, and it has not been possible to lay hands on it.
Les Misérables (V2)By Victor Hugo ContextHighlight In BOOK 2: CHAPTER I—NUMBER 24,601 BECOMES NUMBER 9,430
7 Cosette, with that touching trust of childhood, which can always be deceived yet never discouraged, had placed her shoe on the hearth-stone also.
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8 "It was a frightful old trap; it rests flat on the axle; it is an actual fact that the seats were suspended inside it by leather thongs; the rain came into it; the wheels were rusted and eaten with moisture; it would not go much further than the tilbury; a regular ramshackle old stage-wagon; the gentleman would make a great mistake if he trusted himself to it," etc.
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