Dunstan Cass

threatens Godfrey
''I might tell the Squire how his handsome son was married to that nice young woman, Molly Farren, and how he couldn't live with his drunken wife, and I should slip into your place comfortable as could be''
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''Dunsey's mind was as dull as the mind of a possible felon usually is''
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his character
''a spiteful, jeering fellow, who seemed to enjoy his drink more when others went dry''
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what he enjoys
takes a ''delight in lying''
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how he refers to his relationship with Godfrey
''good-natured brother''
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how Godfrey would like to treat Dunsey
''he would have liked to spring on Dunstan, wrench the whip from his hand, and flog him to within an inch of his life''
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''Dunsey's mind was as dull as the mind of a possible felon usually is''

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Card 3

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''a spiteful, jeering fellow, who seemed to enjoy his drink more when others went dry''

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Card 4

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takes a ''delight in lying''

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Card 5

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''good-natured brother''

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