Percy Curtiss Sloppy Dingle

ISBN 13: 9781235708022

Sloppy Dingle

 
9781235708022: Sloppy Dingle

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874. Excerpt: ... most young ladies, always end in discord," said Ralph, ungraciously. "Sometimes, during conversations like these, Edith felt as though the people among whom she lived had no private life, no friendships, and were not desirous of sustaining the common personal relations, and when a feeling of homesickness would creep over her, she would spend an evening in Mrs. Seymour's room, and would sit for minutes together enjoying listlessly the lonely flaring of the candle-light, as a gust of wind would draw from the window in the corner where the light was shaded. When she showed signs of restlessness, Felice would say, with a subtle interpretation of her uneasiness, "You 'll have a change soon, Miss." One morning Mrs. Seymour said to Felice, "How do you think Miss Reignolds would like to become Mrs. Gustavus Freelingheit?" Felice dropped her dusting cloth in her surprise. Then she said, "I do n?t think she 'd do it, Mum." "Why not, pray?" "You know as well as I do, Mum. No; Bhe would n't take him with all his money. She does n't care for nobody but those people she was brought up amongst. She's always writing to her brother, and he 's only six years old." "You are very positive about affairs that you do not understand, Felice." "Yes,-Mum." When Edith came in, an hour later, Mrs. Seymour said to her in something like a confidential tone, "What do you think of Mr. Freelingheit?" "I never saw any one like him," said Edith, very slowly. "I dare say, child. He is very different from my nephew, for instance." Edith mentally compared the two, and one of the two suffered by the contrast. Mrs. Seymour looked at her young companion very closely as she asked, "Do. n't you think so?" "No one could help thinking so," said Edith, earnestly. "Mr. Freelingheit is very much please...

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