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If I see a listener or a pryer in at the chinks or lockhole, I am presently on the bones of him.
KENILWORTHSIR WALTER SCOTT
Ernest broached this to Pryer, who treated it as something too outrageous to be even thought of.
I may say here that neither I nor Ernest ever heard of Pryer again, nor have any idea what became of him.
So I wrote to say that Pryer had absconded, and that he could have £100 from his father when he came out of prison.
But he must certainly explain to Pryer that the Wesleyans had a system of Church discipline.
To this purpose Pryer and I have resolved to devote ourselves henceforth heart and soul.
Why did he see in a moment that it was a bad one now, though he had been unable to see it when he had taken it from Pryer?
Pryer, in fact, approved of him sufficiently to treat him civilly, and Ernest was immediately won by anyone who did this.
He had hardly parted from Pryer before there occurred another incident which strengthened his discontent.
Our foolish young friend having heard Pryer talk to this effect, caught up all he said and reproduced it more suo.

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