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The insidious servant becomes a tyrannical master; the housebreaker is innocent, the horse thief guiltless in comparison.
ETIDORHPA OR THE END OF EARTH.JOHN URI LLOYD
"Take that burly housebreaker, bind him, and put him to the test," were the instructions they received.
THE MYSTERIES OF ALL NATIONSJAMES GRANT
The darkness of the upper hallway offered no obstacle to this familiar housebreaker.
THE OAKDALE AFFAIREDGAR RICE BURROUGHS
Six pairs of eyes, blear or foxy, were riveted upon the boyish figure of the housebreaker.
THE OAKDALE AFFAIREDGAR RICE BURROUGHS
But surely madame la princesse must appreciate the police might be at a loss to know which housebreaker to arrest.
RED MASQUERADELOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
Your face tells me that you should be an honest youth, not a roystering and lying housebreaker and highwayman.
THE COMING OF THE KINGJAMES HOCKING
What the housebreaker saw was a vision of dazzling beauty in a flood of light.
M. OR N. "SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUR."G.J. WHYTE-MELVILLE
There is something much more human about a housebreaker than I had fancied.
DEERBROOKHARRIET MARTINEAU
But we take good care not to make the hangman and the housebreaker the judges of that.
THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA: PREFACE ON DOCTORSGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
"It is Jack Sheppard, the noted housebreaker," cried Jonathan, at the top of his sonorous voice.
JACK SHEPPARD, VOL. III (OF III)W. HARRISON AINSWORTH

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