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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-614

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614 general literature and science only recreation for this nook of ours is the loneliest in Britain-six miles removed from any one likely to visit me came hither solely with the design to simplify my way of life and to secure the independence through which could be enabled to remain true to myself This bit of earth is our own here we can live write and think as best pleases ourselves even though Zoilus him- self were to be crowned the monarch of literature Carlyle John Copeland replied to Philippa that he would not give up his royal prisoner to woman or child but only to his own lord King Edward for to him he had sworn allegiance and not to any woman Philippa wrote immediately to the king her husband relating all that had occurred When the King had read the Queen's letter he ordered John Copeland to come to him at Calais who after having placed his prisoner in strong castle in Northumberland set out and landed near Calais III Grammatical Questions Give definition illustrated by examples of the grammatical subject ό What modes of expression should be employed in German for the passive voice used in English when the verb governs both the accusative and dative cases Translate have been told-He has been promised an appointment-We have been advised to go to Germany Supply the requisite pronouns of the first person in the following impersonal phrases c8 trdumt e8 fc lafert efi Curflet eg fcfyrcinSelt eSbunft- ijerlangt
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