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It is better that Edward should be fighting in the field than remain here and risk being shot as a deer-stealer, or put in prison.
Where in those lines is the authority to compel me to be a partaker in the crimes of the man-stealer?
The marshal was busy writing a note for the Judge, and his lordship was passing sentence on a turnip-stealer.
The pear-stealer was caught, and on the first opportunity brought before the magistrates at Thirsk.
"I'll tak' care it deean't sneck again," said Old John, who had no scruples against shooting a pear-stealer.
When Buffalo-stealer returned and discovered his loss his wrath knew no bounds.
"It is Buffalo-stealer who keeps the herds from coming near the Blackfoot camp," said Npi.
For one rebuke of the man-stealer, a thousand denunciations of the Abolitionists are heard.
NO COMPROMISE WITH SLAVERYWILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON
But McCormick was never a brilliant base stealer because he could not get the start.
PITCHING IN A PINCHCHRISTY MATHEWSON
One of them is old Kershoe, the celebrated horse-stealer, whom I employed to drive and horse the needful vehicle from London.
CRIPPS, THE CARRIERR. D. (RICHARD DODDRIDGE) BLACKMORE

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