Excerpt from Hero Carthew, or the Prescotts of Pamphillon: A Novel
Perfectly. Of course, I am longing to go to a hundred places, and see all one hears about, but I know I shall never find another Mallett.
Here a bend in the path brought them to a cottage, at the door of which a fresh-colored middle-aged woman was standing.
Well, Lois, said Miss Carthew, with a friendly smile, has Osee come home yet P Yes, miss, and the Capen, he said, comed back with 'em.
Oh, that is all right then, turning towards Sir Stephen, she said.
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