Author: Percy Hetherington FitzgeraldPublish On: 1868
a fair estimate of Miss Pringle's pupil ; and we , too , picking her out from the bouncing girls before and behind her ... that her name is Lucy Dacres , whom her father , the pleasant " Harco " Dacres , used to call " the dear girl .
Author: Elizabeth Louisa MoresbyPublish On: 2022-08-01
“Dear girl, be not angry if I question you.” “While those girls were skipping, dancing and twirling, with other unseemly manners, you walked quietly; why, dear girl?” “Because, great sir, all girls are their parents' merchandise.
Author: Elizabeth Louisa Moresby
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Author: Edward Charles BoothPublish On: 2022-06-02
Talk away, dear child." Did he realise how much store the girl set by these diminutive titles of affectionate address? Did he know that each time he called her "Dear child" and "Dear girl" and "Little woman" (mere friendly substitutes ...
Author: Edward Charles Booth
"The Post-Girl" by Edward Charles Booth is a novel set in Yorkshire, England. Excerpt: "When summer comes Mrs. Gatheredge talks of repapering her parlor, and Ginger gets him ready to sleep in the scullery at a night's notice, but the letting of lodgings is not a staple industry in this quarter of Yorkshire, and folks would fare ill on it who knew nothing of the art of keeping a pig or growing their own potatoes in the bit of garden at the back. Visitors pass through, indeed, in large enough numbers between seed- and harvest-time (mostly by bicycle), staring their way round the village from house to house. But all that ever develops is an occasional request for a cup of water—in the hope, no doubt, that we may give them milk—or an interrogation as to the road to somewhere else. "
Come with me, dear girl. I will bathe you in my healing waters. Storyteller: Nadie took the girl home. She washed away Rough-Face Girl's scars. She combed her hair and dressed her in luxurious clothes. Nadie: You have always been lovely ...
They feel with me , that kindness can be returned only in kind — and your kindness , my dear girl , in this time of need , the friendship of a life can barely requite . ” Helen made no reply , but mused in wonder at the high value set ...
Emily was particularly troubled at this occurrence , as she observed that the French girls considered it a triumph ; but Caroline was so overpowered by its effect , that her agitation was extreme during the rest of the day . " My dear ...
A little girl seven years of age , when on her death - bed , desired an interview with him ; he came , and thus they conversed : WHITEFIELD . For what purpose , my dear child , have you sent for me ? GIRL .
I hastened to meet the dear Wooller ? ” panting girl , and as we neared each “ In six or seven weeks , Helen , if other , with terror strongly marked on God spares us all , we intend to come her crimsoned countenance , she slack ...
Sparrow , my dear girl's darling , with whom she loves to dally , now cradling thee in her bosom , now offering thee her forefinger to assault , and challenging thy angry bill , —when e'er it pleases my bright darling to play some ...
Dear Girl . THE HARBOR . T : HE harbor lies beneath a lovely sky ; The tide is out ; the sunken rocks stretch far . But I , on my green look - out mounted high , See , underneath the blue , the long , black bar ; And I could shout and ...