My Lady Peggy Leaves Town

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Moffat, Yard, 1913 - 372 pages
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Page 336 - ... month she is to start for India, not only as a pilgrim from the West to the shrines sacred to the wisdom of the East, but as a missionary and propagandist of the faith which had Madame Blavatsky as its most conspicuous seer. The other day she was presiding over a Socialist Congress in Paris, next year no one can say where she will be or what she will be doing, except that, whatever she may do or wherever she may go, one thing only is quite certain, she will be animated by a passionate love and...
Page 332 - What are you going to do? I mean, how are you going to make it? Get the lady to open the door?

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