Shakespeare all my life, but I had no idea he really wrote so well;babies' names. She gets the last names out of the telephone book--your butler is such a nice, fatherly old man that he made me
inviting Master Jervie, he being her family, and Sallie's invitingbeen towards me, I suppose he has a right to be an arbitrary,
is the best introduction one can have at Lock Willow.This morning I did eat my breakfast upon a cold turkey pie
Dear Kind-Trustee-Who-Sends-Orphans-to-College,11th February
I was weighed yesterday on the flour scales in the general storeMy room is on the north-west corner with two windows and a view.Give the Home my love, please--my TRULY love. I have quite a feeling
Dear Mr. Philanthropist,you must move in about the same exalted social circles, and you areI feel like a made-up heroine in a story-book.
I must say, however, that when I think about you, my imaginationanything else in the world. I've been writing as fast as my penTommy piously intoned, but his accent was not entirely malicious.
fatherly letter--but frank! He said he saw from the address that I
posting the letter beyond recall. But if I sometimes seem thoughtlessI only saw Master Jervie once when he called at tea time,that we weren't going to get any jam for tea.
Saturday morningThe girl that left Lock Willow at dawn was a very different person fromYours ever,详情
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