Ida Craven, Volumen2


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Página 75 - Hebrew to him, but he put his arm round her and drew her to him, and said,— "Well, darling, I hardly understand you.
Página 193 - ... message was sent, and then very reluctantly took leave, trying, as he walked along the wet mud'dy road, to think of any means by which he could help the poor boy who seemed left in such a miserable friendless state. But it was a difficult question, and the doctor had arrived at no satisfactory solution by the time he had passed through the village and reached the gabled ivy-covered house where he lived. Trenant was a delightfully comfortable house, prettily furnished, exquisitely neat, and in...

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