An Adirondack Cabin: A Family Story Telling of Journeyings by Lake and Mountain, and Idyllic Days in the Heart of the Wilderness

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D. Lothrop Company, 1890 - Adirondack Mountains (N.Y.) - 432 pages
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Page 228 - There was an old man with a beard, Who said, "It is just as I feared, Two owls and a hen Four larks and a wren Have all built their nests in my beard.
Page 254 - John Brown's body lies mouldering in the grave, But his soul is marching on...
Page 291 - If you had not some very particular reason, it would have been the most natural thing in the world to have told me of your visit here." " I should have told you all, Francis,
Page 42 - Buxton, and then getting out of his chair, he thrust his hands into his pockets, and began to pace up and down the apartment, whistling a tune to help him out of this ditlieulty. "Where's that Miss — Miss — blest if I know what her name is," he cried, with a sudden pause in the whistling.
Page 82 - Higgins, with a glance at the trim figure in its dark-blue traveling dress on the top step, "do you s'pose you'd like to set up along of me on the front seat of the buckboard?" " Oh ! " cried Cicely, in a glow, the color all over her round cheeks ; " if I only may ! " "Well, you may,
Page 381 - And ninety-eight blue bottles will be hanging on the wall. Ninety-eight blue bottles are hanging on the wall. Take one blue bottle, away from them all, And ninety-seven blue bottles will be hanging on the wall.
Page 118 - The next thing she knew, she was lying at the bottom of the crag, from which she had fallen.

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