in the catalogue. I've read seventeen novels and bushels of poetry--
Then you laughed and held out your hand and said, `Dear little Judy, It's the middle of the night now; I've been awake for hours
an allowance of thirty-five dollars a month. This will enable you MAGNOLIA,
You'll forgive me, won't you, for being so rude? I have an awful
The McBrides have asked me to spend the summer at their camp in
He helped make them and then ate four. I told him that I had
and Letters of Judy Abbott. I could see it perfectly plainly--
in a fur coat and a velvet hat trimmed with feathers leaning back
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On Friday last we abandoned our former works in parallelopipeds
This is the sunniest, most blinding winter afternoon, with icicles
hair curled as tight as it will curl. Amasai spent all the morning
College opens in two weeks and I shall be glad to begin work again.