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Page 346 - other explanation was possible; she was indifferent, and no longer chose to mask it! "You're always busy," he told her at last. "I miss you dreadfully, Cynthia. Is it so important that what you are doing should be gone on with to-night?" "I should like to finish it to-night,
Page 269 - Parent. May I glance at your advice to Anxious Parent? 'My dear friend, were you never young yourself? And didn't you love your little Ermyntrude's papa? If so, you can certainly feel for two young things who rightly believethat love is more valuable than a good settlement. Let them wed as they wish, and be thankful that
Page ii - A CHAIR ON THE BOULEVARD. With an Introduction by A. NEIL LYONS. THE HOUSE OF LYNCH. With an Introduction by GK CHESTEBTON. WHILE PARIS LAUGHED:
Page 138 - Aunt Emily' drunk it all?" He helped himself liberally, and invited his father-in-law to follow his example. Walford shook his head with a grunt. "You won't have a drink? I will
Page ii - CONRAD IN QUEST OF HIS YOUTH. With an Introduction by SIB JM BARBIE. WHEN LOVE FLIES OUT O' THE WINDOW. With an Introduction by
Page 188 - just now, and I gather that the dissensions have been rather bad. Papa talks of allowing Aunt Emily a pound a week to live by herself, and really she seems to prefer it." She added, underlined, that Caesar was still "the right hand of McCullough." She had learnt to smile a little at
Page ii - LOCKE. THE WORLDLINGS. With an Introduction by NEIL MUNBO. THE ACTOR-MANAGER. With an Introduction by WD HOWELLS. CYNTHIA. With an Introduction by
Page 23 - (inspired by the companionship of such a girl! "Wherever have you been, Cynthia? We thought you were lost," he heard Mrs. Walford say discordantly, and the next moment they were all together.
Page 229 - she seemed to have a good heart, and Kent assured her that any extra services that she might render should be rewarded. pace and told the waiter to send for a cab