The Gilded Age Volume 3

Mark Twain

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Paperback. 26 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.Excerpt: . . . a trip-hammer, for never in all her life had she said thee to him before. Was she fascinated with Harrys careless bon homie and gay assurance Both chatted away in high spirits, and made the evening whirl along in the most mirthful manner. Ruth sang for Harry, and that young gentleman turned the leaves for her at the piano, and put in a bass note now and then where he thought it would tell. Yes, it was a merry evening, and Philip was heartily glad when it was over, and the long leave-taking with the family was through with. Farewell Philip. Good night Mr. Brierly, Ruths clear voice sounded after them as they went down the walk. And she spoke Harrys name last, thought Philip. CHAPTER XXIII. O see ye not yon narrow road So thick beset wi thorns and briers That is the Path of Righteousness, Though after it but few inquires. And see ye not yon braid, braid road, That lies across the lily leven That is the Path of Wickedness, Though some call it the road to Heaven. Thomas the Rhymer. Phillip and Harry reached New York in very different states of mind. Harry was buoyant. He found a letter from Col. Sellers urging him to go to Washington and confer with Senator Dilworthy. The petition was in his hands. It had been signed by everybody of any importance in Missouri, and would be presented immediately. I should go on myself, wrote the Colonel, but I am engaged in the invention of a process for lighting such a city as St. Louis by means of water; just attach my machine to the water-pipes anywhere and the decomposition of the fluid begins, and you will have floods of light for the mere cost of the machine. Ive nearly got the lighting part, but I want to attach to it a heating, cooking, washing and ironing apparatus. Its going to be the great thing, but wed better keep this appropriation going while I am perfecting it. Harry took letters to several congressmen from his uncle and from Mr. Duff Brown, each of whom had an extensive. . . This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: Excerpt: ...a trip-hammer, for never in all her life had she said "thee" to him before. Was she fascinated with Harry's careless 'bon homie' and gay assurance? Both chatted away in high spirits, and made the evening whirl along in the most mirthful manner. Ruth sang for Harry, and that young gentleman turned the leaves for her at the piano, and put in a bass note now and then where he thought it would tell. Yes, it was a merry evening, and Philip was heartily glad when it was over, and the long leave-taking with the family was through with. "Farewell Philip. Good night Mr. Brierly," Ruth's clear voice sounded after them as they went down the walk. And she spoke Harry's name last, thought Philip. CHAPTER XXIII. "O see ye not yon narrow road So thick beset wi' thorns and briers? That is the Path of Righteousness, Though after it but few inquires. "And see ye not yon braid, braid road, That lies across the lily leven? That is the Path of Wickedness, Though some call it the road to Heaven." Thomas the Rhymer. Phillip and Harry reached New York in very different states of mind. Harry was buoyant. He found a letter from Col. Sellers urging him to go to Washington and confer with Senator Dilworthy. The petition was in his hands. It had been signed by everybody of any importance in Missouri, and would be presented immediately. "I should go on myself," wrote the Colonel, "but I am engaged in the invention of a process for lighting such a city as St. Louis by means of water; just attach my machine to the water-pipes anywhere and the decomposition of the fluid begins, and you will have floods of light for the mere cost of the machine. I've nearly got the lighting part, but I want to attach to it a heating, cooking, washing and ironing apparatus. It's going to be the great thing, but we'd better keep this appropriation going while I am perfecting it." Harry took letters to several congressmen from his uncle and from Mr. Duff Brown, each of whom had an extensive...

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