Ray's Recruit

J.B. Lippincott, 1898 - 243 páginas

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Página 111 - I , do solemnly swear, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the United States of America and...
Página 109 - It wasn't so much what he said as how he said it: As if he hadn't just given up hope, but that he knew Sandy was dead.
Página 101 - ... other trees that have weathered the storms of a hundred winters. Besides these, come many acres of wild No-man's land, where things have had their own way from time immemorial, with rich meadows and clear streams, hill, valley, and plain. I have been out and about in all weathers, winter and summer, at all hours of the day and not a few of the night, and, being but a poor vicar in the wilderness, have had to make my way on foot. This has given me many chances of observing for myself the varied...
Página 20 - Even Mr. Smythe, with half a million, could not buy. I am going to a higher bidder, — the highest I could find.
Página 103 - Several of the young officers danced divinely, all of them rode well, and none of them thought anything of coming banging at the hall door any hour of the day to ask Mrs.
Página 103 - Parades were fine, guard-mounting "lovely." The little dinners and suppers and dances were just as jolly, friendly, and delightful as could possibly be.
Página 111 - York, by occupation a clerk, do hereby acknowledge to have voluntarily enlisted this...

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