The Banishment Of Jessop Blythe; A Novel by Joseph HattonThe Banishment Of Jessop Blythe; A Novel by Joseph Hatton

The Banishment Of Jessop Blythe; A Novel

byJoseph Hatton

Paperback | February 1, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894. Excerpt: ... "But" "Take them back," she said, drily. He opened his hand. She poured them into his hard palm. "Adser, do yo know what yo're refusing?" "Put them back into the box." "Your father didna mek them any more than I make the bits of stone I cut, and which we all love to look at," said Zodack, putting the case into his pocket. "But he sent them, and I donnat want nowt belonging to him." "But, my dear, be reasonable." "lam." "Nay, lass, yo're not. Your father's a rich man. He wants to mek up to yo the wrong he's done in the past. He's coming home this time for sure." "Very well," said Adser; "but you haven t told me what Mr. Lathkill said to you." "I'm coming to it; yo cannot rightly understand our conversation until yo know what I've got to tell yo about your father. I want to read yo something from two newspapers he's sent me, American newspapers, and then we can talk freely about Mr. Lathkill." "Very well," said Adser. CHAPTER XVL "LIGHT FROM THE 'KANSAS MOONBEAM." "Now, love, sit i' th' easy chair and mek yourself comfortable," said Zodack, rising from his place and taking the girl's hand quite ceremoniously. Adser, instead of vaulting into her familiar throne with a laugh as was customary with her, permitted herself to be assisted, which pleased the old man greatly. "That's right," he said; "it's a strange story, I'll promise yo; quite a romance." Then he pushed aside the books and geological specimens on the many-legged round table, and drew from one of his numerous pockets two newspapers. He unfolded them and spread them out one over the other upon the table. Adser watched him with her thoughts far away, but held together with the one question, " What had Zodack Bradford said to Mr. Geoffrey Lathkill?" "Now then," said Zodack, drawing a chair up to the t...
Title:The Banishment Of Jessop Blythe; A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:102 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.21 inPublished:February 1, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217378757

ISBN - 13:9780217378758