Ora: The Lost Wife ...

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Holland, 1870 - 384 pages
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Page 272 - ... hairs of our heads, and suffers not a sparrow to fall to the ground...
Page 202 - with shining morning face," appears in the street, on his way to school, with his Latin grammar in one hand, and a slice of bread and butter in the other, to either of which he pays his devoirs, and
Page 15 - God's remembrance, still less with the assurance, that inasmuch as ye do it unto one of these little ones, ye do it unto me.
Page 57 - ... plantation. Mr. CURTIS. It is a plantation? Miss JONES. Yes. Mr. CURTIS. What do they raise there? Miss JONES. All sorts of vegetables. Mr. CURTIS. How does your father get along? How does he get along ? Miss JONES. He is not in that place where I was. Mr. CURTIS. Where is he? Miss JONES. I am not sure now. You see, it has been a long time since I have seen him. Mr. CURTIS. He is drifting around the country, too? Miss JONES. I don't think so, but I don't know where he is. Mr. CURTIS. Do you have...
Page ii - In the Clerk's Office of the District Court o< the United States for the Southern District of New York. K, OBAIGHUD, Printer, Stereotjrper, and Eleetrotjptr, Gallon Builtiing, 81, 83, <wl 85 Cmtn 57rę(. WITH NO LESS GRATITUDE THAN AFFECTION, I DEDICATE THIS BOOK TO MY WIFE. PUBLISHERS
Page 153 - While lighting my candle I put forth some jocose sayings to the girl, which I believe gave the father of the damsel a suspicion of courtship between me and his daughter; and he gave me to understand that my room was better than my company. I was rather amazed at it, as there was nothing to give offence in what I said; for, though my mind was stored with jests, quick replies, &c.
Page 159 - How impatient I am for the time to come when I may never more leave you, darling Madeline.

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