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Page 186 - perhaps I've had to." " What is your ideal of life ?" I inquired. " Well, I'll tell you," he answered, draining his coffee-cup solemnly, and putting it down with the manner of a man who has made up his mind. The rest of us arranged ourselves in attitudes of attention. " My ideal is independence,
Page 99 - I do not care What becomes of them so long as they vanish from my premises. Mary smiled pleasantly as she met us. Perhaps on the whole I am fortunate in my housekeeper. "Mary," I asked, "will you send some tea out by Anna ? Tell her to bring it to the pergola platform.