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William Stanley

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  • Yon William Stanley from Seend can be bought, but the question is, will he tell Sykes?

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  • Believe me, William Stanley from Seend, what all six of us are doing is no joke.

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  • “And what happens now, William Stanley from Seend?”

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  • And then ye must stir the likes of William Stanley from Seend into the mixing bowl.

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  • William Stanley from Seend and the epileptic Mikey Dennison were hopping from foot to foot in glee because they were not on the list.

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  • There were fights, some very serious; there were feuds, some very bitter; there were a certain number of snitches and toadies like William Stanley from Seend; and, rarely, someone died violently.

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  • After the introductions had been performed, the fourteen convicts William Stanley from Seend and Mikey Dennison had to be included settled to hear what Mr. James Thistlethwaite could tell them about what might happen to them.

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  • William Stanley from Seend pulled a huge turnip watch from his waistcoat pocket and consulted it.

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  • My lads and I will have to drink small beer on burgoo days and I warrant yon William Stanley from Seend can get it for us.

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  • And they had a nice arrangement with William Stanley from Seend, who had Mikey wash their clothes during the day.

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