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He did not retain this post long; six months thereafter he became a preceptor at Paris.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
The child's literary education was directed by Burnet, with the title of Preceptor.
Edward was asked to name the preceptor who had so ably supplemented the course of the royal education.
Becoming the preceptor of two young sons of Count Porro, I was to them as a father, and their father acted like a brother to me.
Then the preceptor saw no more, save a wider, deeper bubbling in the spot where he had discovered the body.
We leave to the imagination the delightful evening that passed in the library with the mother, the son, and the preceptor.
Frederick, struck with his preceptor's words, listened to him with increasing interest.
"I owe you my life," murmured Frederick, responding to the ardent embrace of his preceptor.
As they walked, the preceptor gave the tholes a suitable shape; Frederick looked at him with surprise.
For some moments the progress of the boat was unimpeded, but suddenly the preceptor called: "Hold oars!"

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