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The Disturbing Element, Or, Chronicles of the Blue-Bell Society
Charlotte Mary Yonge,Percy Macquoid
No preview available - 2016
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Page 107 - But saving ae crown-piece he had naething beside ; To make the crown a pound my Jamie gaed to sea, And the crown and the pound — they were baith for me.
Page 147 - Sir James Smith's health, always delicate, and subject to frequent attacks of an inflammatory nature, was visibly declining for the last five or six years of his life. It was amidst interruptions from this cause, and with the anxious desire often expressed that he might live to finish it, that he wrote his last and best work, the English Flora.
Page 240 - It is the duty of a woman to make herself all that she can possibly be, and to work up her capabilities to the utmost that opportunity allows...
Page 175 - He said it was the one thing he had not been able to give up...