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 The Abbot 5 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 13h47Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Fifth.--In the wild storm,The seaman hews his mast down, and the merchantHeaves to the billows wares he once deem'd precious;So prince and peer, 'mid popular contentions,Cast off their favourites.OLD PLAY.It was some time ere Roland Graeme appeared. The messenger (his oldfriend Lilias) had...

 The Abbot 4 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 13h47Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Fourth.Amid their cups that freely flow'd,Their revelry and mirth,A youthful lord tax'd ValentineWith base and doubtful birth.VALENTINE AND ORSON.When Roland Graeme was a youth about seventeen years of age, hechanced one summer morning to descend to the mew in which Sir HalbertGlendinning...

 The Abbot 3 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 13h46Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Third.The waning harvest-moon shone broad and bright,The warder's horn was heard at dead of night,And while the portals-wide were flung,With trampling hoofs the rocky pavement rung.LEYDEN."And you, too, would be a soldier, Roland?" said the Lady of Avenel toher young charge, while, seated on a...

 The Abbot 2 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 13h45Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Abbot bySir Walter Scott Chapter the Second.How steadfastly he fix'd his eyes on me--His dark eyes shining through forgotten tears--Then stretch'd his little arms, and call'd me mother!What could I do? I took the bantling home--I could not tell the imp he had no mother.COUNT BASIL.When Warden had left the apartment, the Lady of...

 The Abbot 1 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 13h44Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The AbbotbySir Walter Scott INTRODUCTION--(1831.)From what is said in the Introduction to the Monastery, it mustnecessarily be inferred, that the Author considered that romance assomething very like a failure. It is true, the booksellers did notcomplain of the sale, because, unless on very felicitous occasions, oron those which are equally the reverse,...

 Nedra 14 (THE END) | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h25Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter XXXIII. APPARITIONS   The Winnetka passed Corregidor Island and dropped anchor in Manila harbor on the morning of June 1st. On the forward deck stood Hugh Ridgeway and Tennys Huntingford. They went ashore with Captain Hildebrand, Ensign Carruthers, the paymaster and several others. Another launch landed their nondescript luggage -- their wedding...

 Nedra 13 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h24Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter XXX. WHERE THERE IS NO MINISTER   Six savages lying on the sand far above them saw the strange scene down near the splashing surf and looked blankly at each other. They had never known their Izors to act in that manner, and their benighted minds were troubled. "Oh, Hugh, those men are looking at us," she protested, after the first moments of joy....

 Nedra 12 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h23Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter XXVII. THE LADY TENNYS RESERVES   The night passed. One, two, three o'clock went by on the trip to sunrise. Hugh dozed at times despite the strain on his nerves. When at last he arose to stretch himself, he saw the faint gray meeting and mingling with the black in the skies, and knew that the crisis was almost at hand. Swiftly, silently through the...

 Nedra 11 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h23Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter XXIV. NEDRA   The next month passed much more quickly than any previous month within the lives of the two castaways. Each day brought forth fresh novelties, new sensations, interesting discoveries. Her courage was an inspiration, a revelation to him. Despite the fact that their journeyings carried them into thick jungles where wild beasts abounded, she displayed no...

 Nedra 10 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h22Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter XXII. FLESH SUCCEEDS STONE   Lady Tennys rubbed her eyes and stared blankly about her when Hugh awoke her. The darkness and the strange forms frightened her, but his reassuring words brought remembrance of the unique trip and with it the dim realization that they had landed at last. If their first landing place was wonderful, this was doubly so. Despite the...

 Nedra 9 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h22Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter XIX. THE FIRST DAY IN THE WILDS   The sun was up hours before Ridgeway stretched his stiff arms, blinked his sleepy eyes and peered wonderingly about his strange apartment. Another and more rapid glance failed to reveal Lady Tennys. His jacket was still there, and a round depression showed that her head had rested upon it all night. The packed sand denoted the once...

 Nedra 8 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h21Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter XV. THE WRECK OF THE "TEMPEST QUEEN"   "What's wrong?" asked Veath, alarmed by the agitation of the two soldiers. "Captain Shadburn estimates that we are two hundred miles out of our course, away to the south. It's impossible to get our bearings without the sun, and the Lord only knows where we're running to," said Hamilton, holding to the door...

 Nedra 7 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h20Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter XII. THE HARLEQUIN'S ERRAND   Lady Huntingford, alarmed by his manner, arose and steadied herself against the deck-house. His exclamation rang in her ears, filling them with its horror. At length he roughly grasped her arm, thrusting his face close to hers, fairly grated out the words: "You think she is a wife?" "I feared so." "She...

 Nedra 6 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h20Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter X. A SHARP ENCOUNTER   The Tempest Queen carried a merry cargo. The young officers, the Americans and rich pleasure seekers from other lands -- young and old -- made up a happy company. Of all on board, but one was despised and loathed by his fellow-travellers -- Lord Huntingford. Not so much for his manner toward them as for his harsh, bitter attitude toward...

 Nedra 5 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h19Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter VII. GLUM DAYS FOR MR. RIDGE   Gibraltar. And the ship stopping only long enough to receive the mail and take on passengers; then off again. During the voyage in the Bay of Biscay, Veath had done all in his power to relieve Hugh of the boredom which is supposed to fall upon the man who has a sister clinging to him. At first Hugh rather enjoyed the...

 Nedra 4 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h19Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter V. MR. AND MISS RIDGE SAIL FOR MANILA   London. A thick fog, and the elopers on board the Tempest Queen, one of the fastest and most palatial of the liners which ply between England and the Far East, and for ten years under the command of Captain Shadburn, formerly of the British Navy. For the elopement was now an established fact, and Hugh, looking back on...

 Nedra 3 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h18Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter III. THE FIRST OBSTACLE   A drizzling rain began to fall and an overcast sky, cold and bleak, dropped lower and lower until it covered the dripping park like a sombre mantle. The glass in the hood of the hansom kept out the biting rain, but the drear approach of a wet evening was not to be denied. For nearly three hours Hugh and Grace had been driven through the...

 Nedra 2 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h17Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter II. THE BEGINNING OF FLIGHT   Mr. Ridgeway paced back and forth outside the iron gates in the Grand Central Station on the afternoon of April 1st, 190 -- , a smile of anticipation and a frown of impatience alternating in his fresh, young face. Certain lines of care seemed to have disappeared since we saw him last, nearly a week ago, and in their stead beamed the...

 Nedra 1 | Ecrit le 10-07-2011 03h17Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
Nedra George Barr McCutcheon Chapter I. THE INSPIRATION   A tall young man sped swiftly up the wide stone steps leading to the doorway of a mansion in one of Chicago's most fashionable avenues. After pushing the button sharply he jerked out his watch and guessed at the time by the dull red light from the panel in the door. Then he hastily brushed from the sleeve of his coat the telltale billiard chalk,...

 BUNNY BROWN AND HIS SISTER SUE 25 (THE END) | Ecrit le 09-07-2011 01h28Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
BUNNY BROWN AND HIS SISTER SUE AND THEIR SHETLAND PONY       CHAPTER XXV TO THE RESCUE Suddenly the door of the cabin opened, and in came the same gypsy man who had stopped Bunny from loosening the rope by which Toby was fastened to the stake. "Hello!" cried the man, in great...


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