7 edition of Dynevor Terrace, or the Clue of Life found in the catalog.
May 2003 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||328|
Dynevor Terrace heavy folding gates admitted him to the archway, where various negroes were loitering; and as he inquired for the ladies, one of them raised a curtain, and admitted him into the large cool twilight hall, so dark that, with eyes dazzled by the full glare of day, he could hardly discern at the opposite end of the hall, where a little more or the Clue of Life book was admitted from one of the teatina windows, two figures seated at a table covered with ledgers and papers. He was not the mere lad she had loved with a guiding motherly love, but a man to respect and rely on--ready, collected, dealing with easy coolness with the person who had domineered over that house for years. Ford prove to be the Ford I take him to be, I'll undertake that you shall see through him, and be heartily ashamed of yourself. That unhappy runaway clerk--' 'Is safe at Callao,' said Louis, 'and is to help me to release you from the meshes they have woven round you. Next Oliver returns and buys back Cheveleigh for his mother, and the repercussions of this are widely felt. The first part of the novel is mainly taken up with the escapades of Louis, and his concern for the villagers of Marksedge, and in particular his befriending an intelligent lad from there called Tom Madison.
You are young yet, and best not Dynevor Terrace think of settling, special if you aren't sure of one that is steady and religious, or the Clue of Life book you'd better keep yourself up, and not get a name for gossiping—though there's no harm done yet, so don't make such a work. How ill she does look! Frampton and Mr. Their newspaper went the round of the houses, their name was sent to the Northwold book-club and enrolled among the subscribers to local charities, and Miss Mercy Faithfull found that their purse and kitchen would bear deeper hauls than she could in general venture upon. Ponsonby had been rendered a little anxious by a certain tone of dissatisfaction in Lord Ormersfield's curt mention of his son, and above all by his cold manner of announcing that this was the day when he would return from Oxford for the Easter vacation. He had time to tell Mary that he was to sleep at the Consul's, whence he had sent a note and a messenger to fetch Tom Madison, since it appeared that the prosecution, the rumour of which had frightened the poor fellow away, had not been actually set on foot before he decamped; and even if it had been, there were many under worse imputations at large in the Peruvian Republic.
When it was over, and they first raised their eyes to one another's faces, each beheld in the other a look of entire thankful content, not the less perfect because it was grave and peaceful. When Mrs. Painful was the remembrance of the deprecating roguish glance of the beautiful eyes, and the coaxing caresses with which she kissed away the lecture, and made promises, only to forget them. Don't you, remember your calling him so when he was a baby? Frost, who, with her innate punctilious spirit, avoided all favours or patronage.
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But he's young, you see, ma'am. A signature will be required upon delivery. The object of her bitterest invectives was the fastidious butler, Mr.
He was not the mere lad she had loved with a guiding motherly love, but a man to respect and rely on--ready, collected, dealing with easy coolness with the person who had domineered over that house for years. I beg to state that he has the keys of all the valuables at the office; nothing is in my charge.
Yet He remembereth the hairs Dynevor Terrace our heads, Who weigheth the mountains in the balance, and counteth the isles as a very little thing. You know I must or the Clue of Life book my utmost for the Dynevors; and I assure you I see my way.
This play,—for the two parts only constitute an entire drama betwixt them,—seems to have been a favourite with Dryden, as well as with the public. It was close by, and the question was asked, but the Senor Robson had gone out in the very early morning.
Come, give me my mats, and thank you kindly! The same circumstances bring out the latent strengths of Charlotte Arnold's character. I want you to help me take care of him, and we must not leave him alone to the long evenings and cold winds.
That is next best! He should have married a sober body, such as you, Mary! What an anxious progress was Miss Mercy's, when she conducted Mrs.
Was he saying it so gravely to try whether he could take her in? Duels are meat and drink to the people here,' said Tom, ashamed and relieved, 'and there have been those who told me it was all that was wanting to make me a gentleman. In short, you need not vex yourself about me.
He had returned at once to his business in London, there to find that poor Louisa's extravagance had equalled her folly, and that he, whose pride it had been to redeem his paternal property, was thrown back by heavy debts on his own account.
Chancing to be waiting in his fellow-clerk's room, he had looked at his books, and, always attracted by poetry as the rough fellow was, had or the Clue of Life book on a crimson watered-silk volume, in the first page of which he had, to his horror, found the name of Charlotte Arnold borne aloft by the two doves, and in the blank leaves several extremely flowery poems in her own handwriting.
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