"I smiled at him as usual whenever I met him" (Poe, 1846, page 160).
"Silly me, I paid the full price. I should have talked to you first. But I couldn't find you and I was afraid of losing a bargain" (Poe, 1846, page 161).
"My drunken friend walked unsteadily, as if he might fall down; his bells jingled'' (Poe, 1846, page 162).
"We went father into the catacombs. I paused. 'The niter!' I said. 'See how much more there is. We're below the river. The air is terribly damp. Drops of moisture trickle among the bones. Let's return before it's too late. You're cough'" (Poe, 1846, page 163).
"The rock wall, he stopped, confused. Quickly I chained him to the wall. He was too surprised to stop me" (Poe, 1846, page 164).
"Then the chained man screamed---so loudly that I became worried. But feeling the thick walls of the catacomb, I became calm again" (Poe, 1846, page 165).