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Page 12 - ... admiration. But from first to last she shared with me her pride and pleasure ; and the joy in her beautiful eyes, as she raised them to mine, Was frankly confiding and sympathetic. When the infant Claudius rolled for the first time over the ledge of the closet, and lay sprawling on the bedroom floor, it would have been hard to say which of us was the more elated at his prowess.
Page 121 - I had hardly closed my eyes when I felt a hand on my arm and heard a voice. "Wake up, youngster. Thar's two old bears an' a cub been foolin
Page 181 - I presently made out to mean that he wanted to speak to me. So I went over to him. "Kid, you ain't a-goin' to fergit I stalled off Buell?