Har Avy's Ameri Anisher Briefensh Eler Un Speller

Har Avy's Ameri Anisher Briefensh Eler Un Speller

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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. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ...the depth of my attachment? Let me hope that you have seen, and do not resent it. You must have read something of my heart during my numerous visits, and this leads me to hope that you will not utterly discard my petition. I love you sincerely and fervently; may I hope for a return of my affection. Yours in anxious suspense. 9. FROM AN ABSENT LOVER COG OF A BOABGITY OF LETTERS. Dear Bessie: Mail after mail finds me waiting at the post-oflice to hear the same weary answer to my demand, "No letters for James Hart," or if I receive one, it is not the dainty envelope and clear pretty address for which I am ever watching so earnestly. I have had but two letters from you since I came here in December, although you cannot complain that I do not send you enough to answer. Why is this, Bessie? Your statement that you write stupid letters seems to me childish. Your letters are never stupid to me, and I long for some token of your affection, some knowledge_of your life, some glimpses of the heart you assure me is mine. Write to me then, my darling, often and freely. Your letters will make my long absence endurable, and take away something from the bitterness of separation. Hoping to hear from you by return of mail, I am ever, dear Bessie, Your loving Jamal. 10. Iron A mar re A ensrnsnm ACCUSING nnr or comsass. Dear Henry: It is now eight days since you have been to see me, and I write to ask you what the cloud is that seems to have risen between us. When we were first engaged, you came to my side every evening, and lingering till late, seemed even then unwilling to leave me. You were loving and cordial, and your only desire seemed 'to be to impress me with the idea of your devotion. Now you come but seldom, and your manner is cold and...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236976630
  • 9781236976635