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Page 22 - I do not think you have forgotten it, my dear uncle," replied Ellen, gratefully (she had not yet opened her brother's letter) ; " for my aunt says, I am to thank you as well as her for this beautiful birthday gift," and she displayed an elegant little gold watch ; " indeed, I do not know how to thank you for all your kindness !" she added, so earnestly that tears came to her eyes.
Page 152 - She did not answer; she bent her head so that he could not see her face, and he thought he heard a sob.
Page 270 - She rose from her chair and began to walk up and down the room. " Is there no way, " she said in a low, passionate tone, "no way of punishing him, without losing the price for which I sold myself?
Page 35 - I made up my mind that one of these days I would go in at those park gates as a visitor.
Page 40 - I ask you to believe that I have loved you ever since I first saw you.
Page 121 - Come to the window," she said in a low voice; " I have something to tell you.
Page 254 - He was a general favorite in countryhouses, but he had his way to make in the world, and he was...