Read online or download a free book: Adrift: A Story Of Niagara
Publisher: TheClassics.us (12 Sept. 2013)
By: Julia Ditto Young (Author)
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ... great deal depended upon her action. At last she took the switch. ':I forgive you freely,': she said, with a laugh. They were very merry as they crossed Goat Island by the short cut through the woods. They rejoined the others at the point where Philippe was waiting with the carriage, and all through the homeward drive Bella continued in the gayest humor. But she herself more than once felt her eyes grow hot with tears,--':Tears for the unknown years And a sorrow that was to be.': CHAPTER IX. ':Few words they said: the balmy odorous wind Wandered about, some resting-place to find: The young leaves rustled ':neath its gentle breath, And here and there some blossom burst his sheath, Adding unnoticed fragrance to the night: But as they pondered, a new golden light Streamed over the green garden.': Morris. Four is an impossible number for conversation: even with three the opportunity to speak recurs too seldom: the ideal interchange of thought is in the form of a dialogue. Therefore, though Mrs. and Miss Forrester had at first received together the daily visits of the young men, it grew to be more and more often the case that one pair communed together in the house, while the other sought the garden or veranda. One afternoon in the latter part of June Miss Forrester was seated in her little parlor. She wore a simple gray dress, exquisitely fitting, and relieved at throat and wrists by a narrow line of linen scarcely whiter than her slender neck and little frail hands, which latter were veiled by a frost-like fabric, for she was engaged in crocheting lace. Her companion, Mr. Jerome Harvey, informed her that such labor was worse than useless, and explained fully how the lace could be made cheaper, stronger, and prettier, by machinery: but she...
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