Tom was somewhat inclined to resent the patronizing air of his new friend, a boy of just about his own height and age, but gifted with the most transcendent coolness and assurance, which Tom felt to be aggravating and hard to bear, but couldn't for the life of him help admiring and envying--especially when young my lord begins hectoring two or three long loafing fellows, half porter, half stableman, with a strong touch of the blackguard, and in the end arranges with one of them, nicknamed Cooey, to carry Tom's luggage up to the School-house for sixpence.
All right, sir," says Cooey, touching his hat, with a leer and a wink at his companions.
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Circuit rejected his claim, and Cooey
was executed on October 14,
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The leader of Tammany Hall by this time was a man named Charles "Silent Charlie" Murphy, who had accommodated Brooklyn political boss John Mc Cooey
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