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Adele's Adelina Patti ain't Aunt Ausserland baby bank-clerk Bassett beautiful began Berlin wool Big Mitch Billings breakfast Brimmington Brockham calash called cotillion course dear dollars door Ellenville eyes face farm-house felt Filley Fortescue front gazed gentlemen Ghoollah Greenhill Plains Grinridge hand happy Hatterly Head Burgess heard hill horse inquired Jack Jepp Jericho knew live looked married couple marry miles mind Mingies Miss BILLINGTON never nice night Old Ladies Ontowasco House Parkins Paul Brown Paul's pink pants pleasant pretty Quawket red wagon Reuben Pett road Runyon seemed side Silo Skinner Slingsby sort Sparhawk stood stout strange street suddenly suppose talk tell Theosophy there's thing thought tinware told took Tophill town Tunkawanna turned Vincent Egg walk whispered Wick wife Wilks Wimple Winkelman woman young
Page 132 - The body of the document ran as follows : "I announce to my faithful, loyal and devoted subjects of the honorable principality of Ausserland, that hereafter, by my favor and pleasure, the use of the Third Figure in the Cotillion is graciously granted to them without further restriction. Done, under my hand and seal, this first day of July, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and ninety-two.
Page 99 - She sent that to me," said Mr. Filley, "by Doctor Butts, the house physician, and between us we managed to get a 'line' on you, Mrs. Fortescue; so that there's been a little duplicity on both sides." Mrs. Fortescue looked at him with admiration mingled with respect; then she looked puzzled. "But why, if you knew it all along, why did you —
Page 362 - A couple of young people, who looked somewhat the worse for wear, turned into a broad, cheerful street with taller trees along the edge of the roadway, and with a row of low, spreading-roofed cottages on each side. Every house stood in a large generous patch of lawn or garden.