1 I said I would, Tom, and I will.
2 Well, I'll just bet I will, though.
3 My boys will be with them presently.
4 We will produce him at the proper time.
5 We will produce the skeleton of that cat.
6 No mere ferule will answer for this offence.
7 Huckleberry came and went, at his own free will.
8 If they put our candles out it will be an awful fix.
9 Good, thought Huck, they will bury it in the old quarry.
10 You turn your face away so you can't see, and then I will.
11 Tom, I don't know what is to become of a boy that will act like that.
12 No, they think they will, but they generally forget the marks, or else they die.
13 We will leave them to smoke and chatter and brag, since we have no further use for them at present.
14 The lads came gayly back and went at their sports again with a will, chattering all the time about Tom's stupendous plan and admiring the genius of it.
15 It is falling now; it will still be falling when all these things shall have sunk down the afternoon of history, and the twilight of tradition, and been swallowed up in the thick night of oblivion.
16 The glaring insincerity of these sermons was not sufficient to compass the banishment of the fashion from the schools, and it is not sufficient today; it never will be sufficient while the world stands, perhaps.
17 There is no school in all our land where the young ladies do not feel obliged to close their compositions with a sermon; and you will find that the sermon of the most frivolous and the least religious girl in the school is always the longest and the most relentlessly pious.
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