Garth, Volume 3

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Page 204 - I'm not fit for him. He is all that I admire in a man, but he is so much more besides that my part is crowded out of sight. So I should be happier with a lesser man, one more like Jack Selwyn, perhaps ; only Jack happens to hate me — maybe he has reason to — and to be in love with somebody else. Can you guess with whom ?" She smiled as she put the question, and continued immediately: "But don't have him. Elinor, I thank you for having wanted to do me a kindness, and, in return, I'll...
Page 15 - ... Nikomis betook herself to the congenial kitchen, intending, no doubt, to spend an hour or so over a pipe and a tumbler of grog. Ere she could establish herself in her wonted corner, however, her attention was caught by a scratching sound, alternating with a low, whining whimper, which seemed to come from outside the back-door that opened upon the orchard. An ordinary listener would have supposed that some vagabond dog, chilled by the night air and emboldened by hunger, was trying to gain admittance...
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