Young Lord Penrith, Volume 1

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Hurst and Blackett, 1880
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Page 290 - ... cannot tell how dull I have found the last few -days ; I sit and think over my •miserable bachelor life, and feel so dull and lonesome, I really cannot explain. I resolved, yesterday, to write again to Mr. D , but you forbid me doing this, so I must wait the other four months. My dear Annie, I cannot tell you how much I love you, and how I long to call you mine: forever.
Page 76 - Love; she had a book in her hand, but she was not reading, her face was very calm, but there was a sleepless look in her eyes.
Page 91 - ... that, although you may bring a horse to the water, you cannot make him drink.
Page 294 - Well, I have asked her to be my wife, and she has given me my dismissal, by Jove ! as if I'd been a lackey.

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