The Women of London Disclosing the Trials and Temptations of a Woman's Life in London; With Occasional Glimpses of a Fast Career. with Twenty-Four Original Illustrations

The Women of London Disclosing the Trials and Temptations of a Woman's Life in London; With Occasional Glimpses of a Fast Career. with Twenty-Four Original Illustrations

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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. 1865 edition. Excerpt: ...wont ruin you. It' hold three pairs easily." " What do you say, 'Arry?" His friend after a little refleetion responded in the affirmative, and they eaeh pulled a half-erown out of their poekets, lookin very dubious as to w ether they had got their mon The box, on the reeeipt of the money, was handed over to one of them by Charlotte, and the trio earefully inspeeted it; and one of them, by eommon eonsent, wrapped a dirtylooking ket handkerehief round it, and plaeed it in the poeket ot his eoat. "Come over to the Argyll, Sally, and have a danee," said the one who had spoken to Agnes before. "With on?" asked Charlotte, who had before spoken in behalf of or friend. ' "Yea; I suppose I'm good enough for my eompany." angle things." on ean have it for seven grave over the transaetion, as if "What does the man take me for?" said Agnes toherself. " He must have imbibed some erroneous idea respeeting me, or he would never talk to me as he does." "Well then," said Charlotte, "I ean tell you, that I for one don't think so. You may be a very great swell, only unfortunately I don't see it. Perhaps you're Lord Palmerston in disguise--only, you see, I don't happen to think so. I wish I had a better opinion of you for your sake, as you seem to set so mueh store by it; but as you evidently don't think small beer of yourself, perhaps my opinion, in your estimation, may not be worth mueh.' " N o more it ain't---that's the truest word you'vo said tonight." " Oh, indeed!" " Now, what would you take me for?" be said. " Take you for? Well, if you really would like to know, I should say you were a tailor, in a small way, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 354g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236896076
  • 9781236896070