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" seemed to be quite comfortable as he sat there, and regarded his august relative intently but modestly. " I've kept wondering what you would look like," he remarked. " I used to lie in my berth in the ship and wonder if you would be anything like my father. "
Little Lord Fauntleroy - Page 94
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
...him over from head to foot.) EARL OF DORINCOURT.—Glad to see me, are you? what you would look like. I used to lie in my berth in the ship and wonder if you would be anything like my father. EARL OF DORINCOURT.—Am I ? FAUNTLEROY.—Well, I was very young when he died, and I may not remember...
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The Blodgett Readers by Grades, Book 4

Frances Eggleston Blodgett, Andrew Burr Blodgett - Readers - 1910
...seemed to be quite comfortable as he sat there. " I 've kept wondering what you would look like," he 20 remarked. " I used to lie in my berth in the ship...and wonder if you would be anything like my father." "Ami?" asked the earl. "You are disappointed, I suppose," suggested his grandfather. " Oh, no," responded...
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Little Classics: With Initiative Steps in Vocal Training for Oral English

Samuel Silas Curry - Readers - 1912 - 384 pages
...scarcely knew what to say. "Glad to see me, are you?" he asked. "Yes," answered Lord Fauntleroy, "very." seemed to be quite comfortable as he sat there and...and wonder if you would be anything like my father." "Am I?" asked the Earl. "Well," Cedric replied, "I was very young when he died, and I may not remember...
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