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““Let them be admitted,” said the governor, turning back in order again to descend to the street, “and bring them into the folter-kammer of the toll-house.””
“When I had walked some distance without meeting with an inn on the road, and it had already begun to be dark, I at last sat me down near a small toll-house, or a turnpike-gate, in order to rest myself, and also to see whether the man at the turnpike could and would lodge me.”
“Barbot here shows a “toll-house to collect the customs,” and at the southern extremity a star-shaped “Fort Fernand.””
“As I made no distinction among my pleasures between those that came to me from different sources, of varying depth and permanence, I was thinking, when the moment came to answer him, that I should have liked an existence in which I was on intimate terms with the Duchesse de Guermantes, and often came across, as in the old toll-house in the Champs-Elysées, a chilly smell that would remind me of Combray.”
“The corporal marched straight forward, followed by the convoy, but had not advanced many paces before a posse of custom-house officers rushed out of a small toll-house.”
“The three officers walked towards the toll-house that was marked by a white barred gate across the road.”
“The captured quickfuse snaked from the explosives, past the toll-house, down the bank, through the rickety fence, and reached to the centre of the meadow.”
“In front is seen the toll-house and receiving station, then the great market hall and, in the upper part of the picture, the restaurant and administration offices.”
“The whole is surmounted by a plain, bold cornice, and block parapet of granite, with pedestal for the lamps, and a neat toll-house.”
“In this neighbourhood, our Welsh annals will have to record -- _the first dwelling-house_, not being a toll-house, _was laid in ashes; the first blood was shed_ by "Rebecca's company," as they call the rioters here.”
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