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2012年英语专八改错最后冲刺练习(7)

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  Henry Fielding, the famous novelist who was also

  26) a London magistrate, once made a night raid to two known hideouts in this city-within-a-city; he found seven men, women, and children packed away in a few tiny

  27) stinking rooms. All of these people, included little children of five and six who were trained as pick-pockets, were wanted for crime. Conditions like these bred more criminals. One of the

  28) typical cases was that Jack Shepard, whose execution in 1724 was watched by two hundred thousand people. Shepard, the son of honest working people, was an

  29) apprentice in a respectful trade. He ran away from it because he fancied that he had been ill-treated, and soon

  30) found it was easy to make more money by thieving

  31) as his father had done by a lifetime of honest work.

  32) In Shepard’s day highwaymen committed robberies at broad daylight, in sight of a crowd, and rode solemnly and

  33) triumphantly through the town with danger of molestation. If they were chased, twenty or thirty armed men were ready

  34) to come to their assistance. Murder was a everyday affair,

  35) and there were many people who made heroes from the murderers.

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