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We soon found, however, tbat Charles wss as merry and light hearted as any of as, and band in glove in all scheme ; and ao it happened tbat we soon took him into our confidence, and spoilt bjm completely as Mr. Ward said. Now Susan was tolerably good looking, tolerably well off. Mary and I thought otherwise, but then we were not sure about the matter. When Nature amile ao aweatiy, Tothaa the cold away; I love to eonrt ia spring time, Became the girta, yon know, They look ao awful pretty, In drinau cat o low.
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I hear th vole aad cannot doubt The wiedoaa of the tboaght I wis That all tba caaageful world wittont Moat type the changefal world within; For may the poet fail to gain One hint of kindred wltk the rain Type of a life waoaa hope and fear Are rainbowed oat from teare. Ttr J. D, Plalnfieid, Will Saucy flirt Joliet. In OMUtrKa. Iatd nd-tf! Now there was oo denying that Mary Ward, Susan Sharpe and myaelf, were three of tbe wildest girls that ever infested a bosjse. But those who knew ber well, bad long sines disoovered that be neath this apparently nearness exterior there existed a heart aa warm and sensitive aa nna aod Id wish.
Hlo PaanajrUana. M""" Jollet. Ward, if you wish to be sat isfied," said I. She had time to write only that letter. Bald nt tk. Chronicling America is sponsored tly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. For all tbis kindness on our part, Charles was so basely ungrate- ful aa to tall in love who, ana propose to Susan.
I hope you will all like her, and make ber visit agreeable, for she is very fond of young people. Torn down to moaic aa tbey roll, Bobbing a with a aoal. O'er lonely stream and windy downa, yront thropa to tbropa aad vill to vlll, And ore aolltary towat. Like atragglera from the akirta of eight, Slow aqnadron by a wind of light.
Now, 1 dare say, by to-morrow you will be down oo Your knees making a similar declaration to Mary or Emma. Tbe next day. Ueeed Btll atlarraar ,s"kl opeionef the pnbli.
HAND, D. No tea, Kraft aalliilaei. Btf Bill. Mpbrto piinriple.
Low wis da bring wentaea front tba Sowth, Vaaa atill the winter toncbed and old October bMeth la tba annth I atnad betide Bay cattage door. V f ' " hmtaWBg gooda. You see I haven't ranch faith in you, Charles. Ward, the next morning at the break fast table. Susie T Do you suppose I would trifle witb tbe holiest "Ob.
Sueb nras toe question addressed by m y friend, Susan Sharpe, to tbe gentleman above meotioned, who bad been making wbat is popularly termed a "declaration. I lov to oonrt in anmmer.
I see you haven't," said Charles, smiling in spite of himself, at ber saucy speech ; "bat I protest " "Ob, of course you do I dare say you have a talent for protesting, but thatis noth ing to the purpose. The many glrie I know. Though she is quite old, and very eccentric, she is one of tbe kindest hearted creatures that ever lived.
OMiru to lb. ArroB the aklea and o'er the plain, Below he ailenca of the apheraa. Ofllca on JaAoraonat. But I ve bad no answer to my question yet, and I'm getting impatient.
When nil ootaide ia dreary And covered np with enow; I love to eonrt In winter Boca nee the old folk dread Th cold and etonay weather. A-Urpot, 3M T. AU tnatarial " J. Vay ' ' branchea. Charles came about eight o'clock, passed np to his own loom, and toon after cam. McHry, Jr. Attonmr Ouaatur at Law. JW1 A. HMdloport, Iraqooia ax Mr. And U. M gorpwnoBera k'ii Br. Ealdnc Ottawa at.
Ward supposed Charles was ex pressing bis intention of making Aunt Hannah's visit agreeable, and thanked him accordingly. The hidden Angel of the Bain Ia eighing with a araae of tear; Aad lkdsnlagtothavoleeltaacnts. I really believe tbis is some silly joke. Learn more. Now be reasonable, Charles.
I love to eonrt la eprlsg time, When nil ia bright nad gay. And aae above bm and before, Acrona the ekiaa aad oar the lafai, The ahadowa ol the rain, I watched them blow front hM to htll. The question is bow long are yo going to give aae to reflect on jour proposal V "Oof minute, precisely.
Merton T" "I assure you, Susan, that what I hare said came from tbe heart, and from no novel that I ever read," reilied Cbailes, a little hurt by ber manner. JoHft, - t-mmnm lit. And tbe particulars of this pro do sal we beard from Susan herself, immedi ately after ber memorable flight up stairs. Will take proof and acka AaaaMnrnanlof Denla and ottor Inatmnianta to be ad ,r rararilrd ia aaij Slate.
And hurry of to bed.
BY C, W. Merton, are yon really serious -or are you only amusing yourself at ray expense! I will confess that I like yoti just r little bit : but then, again, I have natural distrust of all men. For landing now tetweea th bower Aad an, I glory to be bold The rambaw leave her clondy bower Tranaflgnred in a mlat of gold ; Her trembling train of clonda rntrtnt, The earth years ap to kiaa ber feet 8ha wear th many haea aad gay Rate of the BBbora May. I love te eoart la winter. Wbrabnatnlng balm o'er Bock and fold.
SoaaD and I bad come to speod tbe summer with oar friend Mary at ber father's pretty home, a few miles from Hastings, on the Wincbelsea road, and were enjoying ourselves as much as possible when who should come opto interrupt our pleasure but Charles Merton, Mr. Ward's nephew, and a stranger to both Susan and me. Search America's historic newspaper s from or use the U. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present.
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