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Page 273 - ... listened, fancying footsteps in the hall. Finally he pushed the book away, took a turn across the floor, and resumed his seat. He could not rivet his attention on St. Chrysostom, and folding his arms over his chest, he studied the red coals instead. Soon after, unmistakable steps fell on his ear, and a light tap at the door was followed by the entrance of the two girls. Irene came very reluctantly, fearful of intruding ; but he rose, and placed a chair for her close to his own, assuring her that...
Page 158 - Office employe's is extremely valuable, and I think we ought to have more statistics of that kind. With regard to the Dental Hospital of Ireland, there is one fact to which I should like to call your attention, and that is that it was the first to introduce the short course for army and navy surgeons. The London Dental School, for some reason or other, thinks it better to discourage, a short course of this kind. I am glad to know that the Irish masons are ahead of us on this question, and I would...
Page 170 - I won't be always; my man'll come back and make a lady of me again. It's that I'm waiting for.
Page 126 - One moment it was there and the next it was gone, and I found myself staring into vacancy. I seem to be staring there still, waiting for the blow destined to shatter this household.
Page 351 - Visiting the sins of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation.