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Page 281 - ... don't," he added, as Celestine, amid a torrent of apache language which nobody, fortunately, had French enough to understand, attempted to whip out a revolver from the bosom of her demure black dress. "Celestine Berger," he continued, pocketing the weapon, "I arrest you in the name of the law, and I warn you that anything you say will be taken down and used as evidence against you.
Page 54 - The way in which she took it for granted that he was as glad to see her as she was to see him...
Page 340 - ... pathetic features, dealing as it does with a painful subject. There are various thrilling episodes connected with the desperate efforts of a devoted father, and a no less devoted lover, to rescue a charming young heroine from the clutches of the conspirators who have immured her in a convent. Incidentally the story is of the highest value in revealing, as it does, the present condition of conventual life, and of the state of the English law in tolerating certain high-handed actions performed...
Page 340 - ... work by an equally strong though entirely different interest, more universal even in character, more touching to the heart of every man. " A Strong Man's Vow " tells the story of Rossini Keverne, an illiterate youth, who, by force of character and strong determination, rises to fame and distinction. Tenacity of purpose on the part of the hero, charm and sweetness in the heroine, abundant incident, and strong characterisation make this delightful love story, which will bs reckoned amongst Mr,...
Page 305 - I revel in it. For the first time in my life I feel as if I were somebody.
Page 160 - Andrews was to manage the business for five years ; at the end of that period, or in the event of his death, Gladys might appoint his successor, or dispose of the business, whichever she chose.
Page 167 - George," — she put her arms about his neck and drew him to her, and whispered in his ear, — " there are soldiers coming ! " " Who has told you ? " "It matters not — 't is true.
Page 161 - Mr. Nix. We are going to finish these sections if we possibly can. I note here that there is very little left in substance. So it would be to your advantage and to the advantage of the committee to proceed in this manner. Mr.