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It appears to be a kind of picklock, an open sesame, Tanner—Tawno!
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The tanner looked after him in a contemptuous manner, turned to Alfred and inquired if he knew the farmer.
The advice given Alfred by the old tanner has saved him heart aches and much money.
Counting out three ten dollar greenbacks, the boy requested the tanner to figure up the interest on the note.
"I would ask that question," repeated Tanner, still in the conditional mood, but nodding confidentially all round.
An incident occurred three years after he had entered the tanner's house which tended to cement this attachment closer.
Jemmy ferried her over the river in a boat belonging to the tanner, and promised to fetch her in the evening.
From a Tanner, Lindauer by name, they bargained for a buckskin; and having taken, would not pay it.
Other tradesmen were almost as poor; but a tanner's stock, if there is no mistake, was worth 9l.
An English tanner, whose leather gained a great reputation, said he should not have made it so good if he had not read Carlyle.
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