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Excerpt: ...adventure he had already heard. Mark's presumed obligations to Alfred Barton prevented him from expressing his overpowering contempt for that gentleman's conduct, but he was not obliged to hold his tongue about Gilbert's pluck and decision, and he did not. The latter, detained at the house by Mother Fairthorn and Sally, -both of whom looked upon him as one arisen from the dead, -did not reach the field until the others had selected their rows, overturned the shocks, and were seated in a rustling line, in the ...

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