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The First Mrs. Mollivar

By: U. S. Government (Author)

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The First Mrs. Mollivar - ISBN13: 123425493X  

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ISBN-10:   123425493X
ISBN-13:   9781234254933
BINDING:   Paperback
PUBLICATION DATE:   2013-01-16
DESCRIPTION:   This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt:...shut up years upon years. Look at them coats of paint, sticking it up like wax. A rare job it s been to get it done at all, I can tell you, Mum. An now a bit ll want shaving ofl the bottom to clear the lino. The hole, Mum? Well, Mum, no one couldn t have helped that. The door should ave been opened afore the lino were laid. It were bound to ketch. I really think, my dear, if it is to give all this trouble we had better have the door--er---refastened, the Doctor urged.. The suggestion roused Valeria s flagging revolt. Oh, no, Thomas, she cried, no; I must have the door able to open. Besides, what good would it do now? The paint would have to be touched up in any case, and a new strip of oil-cloth laid. I thought of going up to town to-morrow, and I will try to match it. She turned to the carpenter: Please, tell them at the shop to send up a painter early in the morning. Well, my dear, it seems to me that all this is a great expense which was totally unnecessary, the Doctor observed with marked annoyance. In spite of her husband s vexation Valeria was glad the next morning that she had insisted on the alteration. She waited until prayers were over, and then she resolutely pulled open the damaged door. The day was warm, and a glad dazzle of sunlight poured into the room touching and beautifying the ugly furniture, while the hard, dominant portrait faded away in the golden haze. Look, Thomas, isn t this lovely? Valeria cried, as she strolled out on to the smooth, daisy-starred lawn. My dear My dear Valeria Your feet, the damp The Doctor was hardly articulate in his astonishment. The...

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