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349930A ASTOR, LINE AND TILDEN FOUNDATIONS
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THE STRANGE ADVENTURES
And, smoothly gliding, shines along the groves;
A goddess comes—or Rosalind appears !” " AND do choose a nice one this tin !” says a small woman, with pleading, soft, brown eyes. “Just fancy those long days and weeks-in far out-of-the-way places : of course I want someone who is very, very pretty, and very, very delightful, to be my companion. Never mind about her being a heroine. Everybody can't be a heroine. I want somebody who will be merry at dinner, and cosy to walk with on the moonlight nights; and I don't care twopence about her character
I detest strongminded women--they should all be sitting on School Boards, with spectacles on their noses, like a row of owls. Character ! What's the use of character? You can't kiss force of character; but you can kiss Peggy Rosslyn.”
"You mean you can.”
“Well?” says Mrs. Threepenny-bit, with a stare. that enough?"
“Hm!.,. However, it's Peggy Rosslyn, is it, you've fixed upoko Well, I shouldn't have called her so uncommonly pretty. Let's see. Her eyes—her eyes are rather glassy, aren't they?”
T think they are most beautiful eyes,” says this small creatite, warmly. “Why, they have the clear shining blue of the eyes of a child !"