Then, said he, deliver it me back : which I did, in hopes of a greater parcel ; but he, cutting off half with his nail, said, even this is sufficient for thee. Sir, said I, with a dejected countenance, what means this ? And he said, even that will transmute... The Chemist - 8 ÆäÀÌÁö1824ÀüÃ¼º¸±â - µµ¼ Á¤º¸
| 1820
...scarcely transmute four grains of lead. Then, said he, deliver it me back : which I did, in hopes of **a greater parcel ; but he, cutting off half with his...then took his leave, and said he would call again** next morning at nine. I then confessed that while the mass of his medicine was in my hand the day before,... | |
| William Thomas Brande - 1821 - 896 ÆäÀÌÁö
...scarcely transmute four grains of lead. Then, said he, deliver it me back : which I did, in hopes of **a greater parcel ; but he, cutting off half with his...then took his leave, and said he would call again** next morning at nine. I then confessed that while the mass of his medicine was in my hand the day before,... | |
| William Thomas Brande - 1830
...grains of lead. Then, said he, deliver it me back : which I did, in hopes of a greater parcel ; hut **he cutting off half with his nail, said, even this...ounce of lead. So I gave him great thanks, and said** 1 would try it, and reveal it to no one. He then took his leave, and said he would call again next... | |
| William Hone - 1832 - 856 ÆäÀÌÁö
...scarcely transmute four grains of gold Then, said he, deliver it me back ; which I did, in hopes of **a greater parcel ; but he, cutting off half with his...then took his leave, and said he would call again** next morning at nine. — I then confessed that while the mass of his medicine was in my hand, theday... | |
| William Hone - 1832
...scarcely transmute four grains of gold. Then, said he, deliver it me back ; which I did, in hopes of **a greater parcel ; but he, cutting off half with his...even that will transmute half an ounce of lead. So I** gare him crreat thanks, and said I would try it, and reveal it to no one. He then took his leave, and... | |
| Richard Alfred Davenport - 1837 - 368 ÆäÀÌÁö
...transmute four grains of lead.' ' Then,' said he, ' deliver it me back ;' which I did, in hopes of **a greater parcel ; but he cutting off half with his...then took his leave, and' said he would call again** next morning at nine. I then confessed, that while the mass of his medicine was in my hand the day... | |
| Sketches, Richard Alfred DAVENPORT - 1837 - 368 ÆäÀÌÁö
...transmute four grains of lead.' ' Then,' said he, ' deliver it me back ;' which I did, in hopes of **a greater parcel ; but he cutting off half with his...one.' He then took his leave, and said he would call** agaia next morning at nine. I then confessed, that while the mass of his medicine was in my hand the... | |
| Charles Frederick Partington - 1838
...scarcely transmute four grains of lead. Then, said he, deliver it me back ; which I did, in hopes of **a greater parcel : but he, cutting off half with his...then took his leave, and said he would call again** next morning at nine. I then confessed, that while the mass of his medicine was in my hand the day... | |
| Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington) - 1839
...lead. Then, said he, deliver it me back : which I did in hopes of a greater parcel ; hut he cult me **off half with his nail said, even this is sufficient...with a dejected countenance, what means this, and he** suid even that wül transmute half an ounce of lead. So I gave him great thanks, and said I would try... | |
| William Hone - 1841 - 1645 ÆäÀÌÁö
...Then, said he, deliver it me back ; which I did, in hopes of a greater parcel ; but he, cutting ofT **half with his nail, said, even this is sufficient...said I, with a dejected countenance, what means this** Î And he said, even that will transmute half an ounce of lead. So I gave him great thanks, and said... | |
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