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Here in this city to-night ten thousand women are shut up in foul pens, and driven by hunger to sell their bodies to live.
If the barrier is to be crossed to-night may I not go with her?
I have been asking about the hotel, at the servants' supper to-night,' she said.
He had decided as a first step in the following up of this matter to invite Bill down to Elizabeth's farm, and the thought occurred to him that this had better be done to-night, for he knew by experience that on the morning after these little jaunts he was seldom in the mood to seek people out and invite them to go anywhere.
Edward, aged 25 at the time, said: "I really am down & out to-night sweetheart & feeling like death as I've never taken such a hopelessly miserable & despondent view of life as I do now.
These beams thay prick my eye to-night, Began when Rome was at its height.
324--"But mind, the mountain's magic-mad to-night, / And if you choose a will-o'-the-wisp to light / Your path, take care, 'twill lead you all astray": Faust, 3868-70
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John said, You or me will have to enter heaven to-night.
See, 'tis no foot of unfamiliar men To-night from Oxford up your pathway strays
Personal Visit of WEEDON GROSSMITH AND THE ENTIRE VAUDEVILLE COMPANY In the Phenomenally Successful Farce BABY MINE ALEXANDRA THEATRE TO-NIGHT AT 7.
Indeed if Brighton can beat high-flying Reading at home to-night then Cardiff will find themselves back out of the top six, with in-form Leicester looking very ominous in the chasing pack.