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J. B. Lippincott Company, 1911 - 1 pages

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Page 186 - A pair of fashionables now came in, dressed in the extreme of the present modes, which I would describe, were not the thing impossible. As they took me for some country neighbour of Sophy's, they paid no more attention to me than if I had been a piece of oldfashioned furniture, long out of date — so they talked on without the least regard to the presence of a stranger.
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