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" No,' he rejoined at last; ' I'm not astonished. Nothing could astonish me but good news. When is the event to take place ? ' 'That's not settled. Soon. . . . We shall always be pals, Turk ?' ' I'll come and see you sometimes—oh yes. Father consented... "
A Daughter of the Philistines - Page 43
by Leonard Merrick - 1897 - 300 pages
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Cynthia, a Daughter of the Philistines, Volume 1

Leonard Merrick - 1896
...sound careless, ' I suppose you'll hardly be astonished, old chap—I am engaged. 1 CHAPTER V. TURQUAND did not answer immediately. ' No,' he rejoined at...settled. Soon. . . . We shall always be pals, Turk r" Til come and see you sometimes—oh yes. Father consented ?' ' Things are quite smooth all round.'...
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Cynthia

Leonard Merrick - Marriage - 1919 - 350 pages
...answer immediately. "No," he said at last; "I'm not astonished. Nothing could astonish me, excepting good news. When is the event to take place?" "That's..."Things are quite smooth all round." "H'mph!" He looked hard at the wall and pulled his beard. "You said it would happen, didn't you? I didn't see a glimmer...
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The Works of Leonard Merrick: Cynthia

Leonard Merrick - English fiction - 1919
...answer immediately. "No," he said at last; "I'm not astonished. Nothing could astonish me, excepting good news. When is the event to take place?" "That's..."Things are quite smooth all round." "H'mph!" He looked hard at the wall and pulled his beard. "You said it would happen, didn't you? I didn't see a glimmer...
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