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" especially one that had been as kind to him as you have been." Another queer gleam came into the old nobleman's eyes. " Oh!" he said, " I have been kind to you, have I? "
Little Lord Fauntleroy - Page 95
by Frances Hodgson Burnett - 1913 - 290 pages
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New Dialogues and Plays for Little Children, Ages Five to Ten: Adapted from ...

Binney Gunnison - Children's plays - 1905 - 132 pages
...relations. ( The Earl leans back and stares at him.) FAUNTLEROY.—Any boy would love his grandfather. Especially one that had been as kind to him as you have been. EARL OF DORINCOURT.—Oh, I have been kind to you, have I? FAUNTLEROY.—Yes; I'm ever so much obliged...
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The Blodgett Readers by Grades, Book 4

Frances Eggleston Blodgett, Andrew Burr Blodgett - Readers - 1910
...and they all hated him cordially. "Any boy would love his grandfather," Lord Fauntleroy went on, " especially one that had been as kind to him as you...been." Another queer gleam came into the old nobleman's 15 eyes. " Oh," he said, " I have been kind to you, have I ? " "Yes," answered Lord Fauntleroy, brightly;...
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Little Classics: With Initiative Steps in Vocal Training for Oral English

Samuel Silas Curry - Readers - 1912 - 384 pages
...them, and they all hated him cordially. "Any boy would love his grandfather," Lord Fauntleroy went on, "especially one that had been as kind to him as you..."Oh," he said, "I have been kind to you, have I?" "Yes," answered Lord Fauntleroy, brightly; "I am ever so much obliged to you about Bridget, and the...
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