Under The Lime-trees; Or, Grandmamma's Stories At Hurst Farm. By The Author Of 'aunt Annie's Stories'. by Edis SearleUnder The Lime-trees; Or, Grandmamma's Stories At Hurst Farm. By The Author Of 'aunt Annie's Stories'. by Edis Searle

Under The Lime-trees; Or, Grandmamma's Stories At Hurst Farm. By The Author Of 'aunt Annie's…

byEdis Searle

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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. 1869. Excerpt: ... THE FIRST PRIZE. 'Charity rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth.' 'It 's of no use, Eddie, he is a cheat, and I shall never like him, and I don't believe you do, so you needn't pretend anything of the kind,' exclaimed Harry Lee, as he sat on the trunk of an old tree in a meadow adjoining his father's house, with his brother one Saturday afternoon in the middle of the month of July. Edward made no reply, and his brother continued still more vehemently, 'I am sure I never thought when you came to school that the boys would say such things of you as they do; I thought it would be such fun to have you there.' 'And you don't think so now?' inquired Edward, smiling. 'No; I almost wish papa had sent you somewhere else, I think you 'd get on better if you weren't at the same school as I am.'. 'I get on very well,' said Edward, quietly; 'I like school very much.' Harry looked incredulous. 'What, when all the boys call you a milksop, a saint, and a parson?' Edward laughed. 'They don't often call me so to my face,' he said, colouring somewhat, 'and it doesn't do me any harm. And as for Frank Howard, why lots of the boys cheat, so I don't see why you should dislike him on that account' 'I thought you considered it very wicked to cheat,' said Harry, coldly. 'Of course I do, you know papa hates it and says it's mean; but that's no reason why I should detest a boy that does it.' 'Isn't it V replied Harry; 'well, I should think it was. But you are a regular old Solomon, I can't discuss anything with you. What a plague it is that the examinations begin next week!' 'Aren't they rather good fun?' inquired Edward. It was his first quarter, and as yet he had had no experience of the delights of examinations. 'Fun! I should think not; it's such awfully hard wor...
Title:Under The Lime-trees; Or, Grandmamma's Stories At Hurst Farm. By The Author Of 'aunt Annie's…Format:PaperbackDimensions:52 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.11 inPublished:February 1, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217140300

ISBN - 13:9780217140300

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