Publisher Description

The kindly doctor was entertaining his brother-in-law, and all the family were sitting round the table in state. The polished silver and shining glass, with porcelain, flowers, and fruit, seemed to be all that had been provided for the dinner. The soup and the little girl came in together, the latterly evidently quite prepared to state her errand. She was a small, straight child, with a determined air and a cheery face, as if sure of success in her undertaking. Fresh in Monday cleanliness, her white cotton head-kerchief stood stiffly out in a point behind, and her calico apron was without spot or wrinkle.

GENRE
Fiction
RELEASED
1906
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
108
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
194.2
KB

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