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Page 313 - A series of romances containing several of the old favorites in the field of historical fiction, replete with powerful romances of love and diplomacy that excel in thrilling and absorbing interest.
Page 78 - I was waiting to see how long it would be before you asked for it," said Robert, handing it to me with a queer grin. "I knew you wouldn't stand it long." I broke open the envelope. My darling: I've just been called to town by my father. He won't take any excuse; but I shall be back to dinner, and we'll have another evening on the garden-seat. I shall...
Page 90 - Certainly," he said; but he stood with his hands thrust into his pockets, and his eyes fixed on...
Page 141 - This is the first time I have had the pleasure of meeting him," resumed the tunnel contractor, "but I have heard of him.
Page 146 - ... from the crown of her beautiful head to the soles of her dear little feet.
Page 139 - Diana, it is the best thing that could have happened to him, and all of us. Why, you just saved him.
Page 60 - And yet, perhaps, it would have been better for me, for both of us, if you had not com*.
Page 22 - Diana bent over the loaf and colored uneasily ; and she would have liked to make a clean breast of it ; but she glanced at Mrs.