1 The father of Safie had been the cause of their ruin.
2 The poor that stopped at their door were never driven away.
3 My wife and my sister will never recover from their horror.
4 Their colours and their forms, were then to him.
5 But I felt that I had no right to share their intercourse.
6 I remained for several years their only child.
7 I entered it and approached the tomb which marked their graves.
8 They had not been long married, and their eldest child was but just born.
9 They entered, and their leader addressed me.
10 I took their word for all that they averred, and I became their disciple.
11 I sat on the front steps with them while they waited for their car.
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12 Mr. Dimmesdale gently repelled their entreaties.
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13 "Yet some men bury their secrets thus," observed the calm physician.
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14 In their eyes, the very ground on which he trod was sanctified.
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15 By the by, I mean to lecture you a little upon their account myself.