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Página 324 - For right is right, since God is God ; And right the day must win ; To doubt would be disloyalty, To falter would be sin ! FREDERIC WILLIAM FABER.
Página 61 - I was thinking," said the child, her eyes still fixed on the silver lake, " how beautiful God made the earth, and how sad it was there should be — " " What now ?" asked Dolly tartly. " Any sorrow in it," said Rose. "The earth is well enough, I s'pose," said Dolly. " I never looked at it much, and as to the rest of your remark, I hope you will remember it when you get home, and not plague my life out, when I want you to work. Let 's see...
Página 62 - Rose thought this was the only light in which she was likely to view the relationship ; but she was too wise to reply. ' There's no knowing,' said Dolly ' what you may have learned among those children at the asylum.' ' You put me there, Aunt Dolly," said Rose. ' Of course I put you there; but did I tell you to learn all the bad things you saw?' ' You did n't tell me not ; but I never would take what belonged to another.
Página 360 - ... forehead, or their skin had shone like the face of Moses when he came down from the mount.
Página 61 - s see ; you will have the shop to sweep out, the window shutters to take down and put up, night and morning, errands to run, sewing, washing, ironing, and scrubbing to do, dishes to wash, beside a few other little things. " Of course you will have your own . clothes to make and to mend, the sheets and towels to hem, and be learning meanwhile to wait on customers in the shop ; I shan't trust you with the money-drawer till I know whether you are honest.
Página iii - When the frost curtains the windows, when the wind whistles fiercely at the key-hole, when the bright fire glows, and the tea-tray is removed, and father in his slippered feet lolls in his arm-chair; and mother with her nimble needle "makes auld claes look amaist as weel as new...
Página 62 - None of that, now,' said that lady; 'such airs won't go down with me. It is a pity if I can't speak to my own sister's child.' Rose thought this was the only light in which she was likely to view the relationship ; but she was too wise to reply. ' There's no knowing,' said Dolly ' what you may have learned among those children at the asylum.