3 edition of Faith Gartney"s Girlhood found in the catalog.
December 12, 2006 by IndyPublish .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
Faith was very glad to go. You must manage to get five francs; then go tonight, between ten and eleven oclock, not earlier, to Frascatis, in the Boulevard Montmartre. The eyes kindled, and the little feet began to beat time. She turned round at the question, from hanging a towel straight over the stand, and looked a little amazed, as if she had almost forgotten, herself.
The crisis was passed. Foye's plain bread and cheese, and made a dessert of an apple and a handful of peanuts. Wouldn't I be glad to? And Faith, when she looked out over the glory of woods and sky, felt rich with the great wealth of the world, and forgot about economies and privations.
The illustrations for the Violin Notes, from photographs by Mora, have necessarily lost in the reproduction something of their original beauty of outline and form, but they serve well the purpose for which they are inserted. Gartney's dyspepsia must be considered. Well, this alters the case a little; and I can write to him and claim his pardon. Last Hours. The next morning, Sunday—never a holiday, and scarcely a holy day to her—Glory sits at the front window, with the inevitable baby in her arms. She had reason.
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He had still sufficient means to carry him through the winter; but an elderly gentleman who lived in the same house, and who, with a shrewd mingling of cordiality and dignity, played the part of a fatherly friend, contrived to win his confidence, and persuaded him that, in the disturbed state of financial affairs, his money was not safe where he had deposited it.
She alternated between her bed in the dressing room and an easy-chair opposite her husband's, at his fireside. Gartney must wait.
This seems to be the best point at which to introduce a short sketch of Norwegian history, enough to show the relation which Ole Bull bore to his country and her men in his youth and manhood. In the midst of this excitement the maid came up to make the fire, and with the tongs in one hand and shovel of coals in the other she stood rooted to the spot with astonishment, though at the same time she was evidently not displeased at the schoolmasters plight.
Saidie was pretty sure not to like Kinnicutt. Norways old tributaries, Iceland, the Faroes, and Greenland, were to remain subject to Denmark. An' it's a tearin' shame, if ever there was, that ye couldn't come over for a bit of diversion.
Gartney met her at the door. Grubbling actually felt a jealousy, as if her poor, untutored handmaid were taking precedence of herself. An' the little rid hin lived safe in her house foriver afther. Aunt Henderson put away her loaf cake in the cupboard, set back her chair against the wall in its invariable position of disuse, and departed to the milk room and kitchen for her evening duty and oversight.
The society has eliminated pain and strife by converting to "Sameness", a plan which has also eradicated emotional depth from their lives She pointed to some plants that were coming up from seeds, that had just two tough, clumsy, coarse leaves.
The mother took great pains in training her children in manners. The latter was very strict, and insisted that no deviations from established rules should be permitted. What sent you here? At other times he would play almost incessantly for days together, hardly eating or sleeping in the mean time.
Are you going to take up that baby or not? No, I want to die in the harness. That poor baby dumped down on the floor, to crawl up to the hot stove, or do any other horrid thing he likes, while you go flacketting out, bareheaded, into the streets, after a topping jade like that?
Paul Rushleigh had more significant words, and another gift of flowers as a farewell. At school the confinement of four walls would sometimes become so oppressive that he would suddenly spring out of the window into Gods sunshine and air.
Here a very fat young woman, with a rather pleasant face, was seated, sewing, in a rocking-chair. An' the bilin' wather shplashed up all over the rogue iv a fox, an' his mother, an' shcalded them both to death.
I've set the parlor windy open, an' the shade's up. There were leave takings to be gone through—questions to be answered, and reasons to be given; for Mrs. Not wholly, perhaps, to shield them from the light. I'll give you that much leave of absence, and then we'll have things back again as they were before.
After dinner, she spoke, with fear and trembling. Paul Rushleigh had finished his college course, and was to go abroad this winter—between the weddings, as he said—for his brother Philip's was to take place in the coming spring.
From to Ole received no musical instruction whatever.
The family gathering place was the sunny little sitting room; and with closed doors and doubled windows, they began, for the first time, to find that they were really living in a little bit of a house.Faith Gartneys Girlhood.
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