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Alicia Lauretta Allie Allie's amond answered Rosamond anyway asked Rosamond Auntie began bungalow called canoe cheeks child comfort Cousin George Cousin Jenny dark woman darling dear door dreams dress Ellabelle everything eyes face fairy-stories feel fortune-telling glad Grand-Uncle Alvin Green's Corners hair hand happy heard idea inquired John Squire kennels kind kissed knew Knightly Lover lady laughed lionaire live Livonian bloodhound Livy Martha Master Johnnie Mattison mind Miss Gilbert Miss Rosamond mond never nice night porch pretty realise remember Richard Jerrold Rosa Rosamond felt Rosamond looked sand dollars seemed Sheppard Simmons sitting smiled sorry Squire's stay stenography stopped suit-case suppose sure Sydney Browne Sydney's talk tell fortunes Thank there's things thought tired told tonneau took voice wait Wanalasset watched whip-poor-will wonder worry young
Page 9 - Let me live in a house by the side of the road And be a friend to man.
Page 112 - Ah, spring was sent for lass and lad, Tis now the blood runs gold, And man and maid had best be glad Before the world is old. What flowers to-day may flower to-morrow, But never as good as new. - Suppose I wound my arm right round "Tis true, young man, 'tis true.
Page 245 - Oh, woman ! in our hours of ease Uncertain, coy and hard to please ; But seen too oft, familiar with thy face We first endure, then pity, then embrace ! " A MOMENT later the girl was beside him, pity in her eyes.
Page 245 - Oh, woman ! in thine hours of ease, Uncertain, coy, and hard to please; When pain and sickness rend the brow, A ministering angel thou...
Page 68 - But if the brown's blood was now fairly up, so also was hers, and if there was one thing she hated more than another, it was being beaten. "I'll have the brute cavessoned,
Page 294 - In a couple of days she was so much better that there seemed a fair prospect of her being moved from Rosamond's by the end of the week.
Page 15 - ROSAMOND, sitting on the train with the ivory elephant in her lap, was quite as happy as it is possible to be in this world of grief.
Page 107 - Sherwin added, and then checked himself. But it was too late. The mischief had been done. " What spaniel? " Rosamond asked hastily. " Oh, just a spaniel,