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It was first printed in 1481, and went through three other editions before it was honoured with illustrations.
EARLY ILLUSTRATED BOOKSALFRED W. POLLARD
At 15.20 I re-entered the Issue Department and went through the motions of taking up the gloves.
It first appeared in 1794, and went through very many editions, and has been translated into almost all languages.
I who went through the years of change with it could tell tales if I would—but, thank Heaven, nobody would believe them!
They went through the town, and managed so as to reach the Chastelet at the time the Queen was passing.
When I did git room to turn around, I went through that whole house pretendin' to take inventories.
THE HOUSE OF MYSTERYWILLIAM HENRY IRWIN
If such be the fact, during that night upon the prairie I went through the toils of the preceding day with considerable additions.
THE WAR TRAILMAYNE REID
Then he grabbed the gun and went through the window like a flash.
DAVE PORTER AT BEAR CAMPEDWARD STRATEMEYER
Then I went through a long passageway and into a little room, and there before my eyes was a big St. Bernard dog lying on a bench.
MARK TWAIN'S SPEECHESMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
He went through the kitchen garden, and stood under an apple tree staring back at the window of her room.
THE DEVIL'S GARDENW. B. MAXWELL