Seymour Charlton: A Novel

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Appleton, 1909 - 490 pages
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Page 251 - Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George in 1965.
Page 113 - She reminded him that there were as good fish in the sea as ever came out...
Page 113 - ... majestic Than all those she saw before : Many a gallant gay domestic Bows before him at the door. And they speak in gentle murmur, When they answer to his call, While he treads with footstep firmer, Leading on from hall to hall.
Page 487 - You can have that put in to-morrow's Herald," she said. Garnett, receiving the paper, read in Hermione's own finished hand : "A marriage has been arranged, and will shortly take place, between the Comte Louis du Trayas, son of the Marquis du Trayas de la Baume, and Miss Hermione Newell, daughter of Samuel C. Newell...
Page 61 - and you are going through this pain — you are going through it, dear lover, for me. . . . Dear, if a woman's heart and life can do it, I will repay you. My dearest one, my dearest with the tender voice, I will repay.
Page 396 - Delmore advised him that the best thing that could happen to him would be for him to lose his job so that he could get back to his writing.
Page 339 - He could not sleep, he could not eat, he could not think.
Page 360 - His hand shook so that he could scarcely turn the handle of the door...
Page 473 - I should like to live, the world forgetting, by the world forgot"; and now her wish was accomplished.
Page 424 - Seymour, you said you would never speak to me as long as you lived. I have done it—at dreadful risk— to make you forgive me. You have thanked me—Can't you say that I am forgiven?

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