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Page 224 - Nemesis visiting the sins of the fathers upon the children to the third and fourth generation...
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Page 218 - Never blush about it, little lady ; it is really a very pretty picture, and quite reminds me of the time when I was a little girl and used to hide myself to finish my Christmasgifts. Every one takes an interest in such beginners, and admires them.
Page 28 - ... this evidence of his affection that, after a little grumbling, she freely forgave him. It was not until he showed a disposition to continue the celebration beyond all reason that she lost her temper. And then it was surmised by the neighbors that Jim had a hard time of it Still sadder his fate became when, at the end of a year, a daughter was born to him, who, with her tiny groping hands, drove him out from her mother's heart.
Page 347 - She sank into a chair, and burst into a passion of tears. " He is mine again, Margot. I never lost him, great as was my fault. God has had compassion upon my remorse and misery.