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A Love Story By A Bushman

Auhtor: Anonymous

Language: english

Genres:

romance
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Review by Chandler, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Love Story By A Bushman':

... he reap hearty thanks at my hands, and thus more soundly help in a few months, than I by tossing and tumbling my books at home, could possibly have ...
... of music's hall was an organ at the other a grand piano, built by a German composer. Ranged on carved slabs, at intermediate distances, was ...
... no one can assume with better grace than a clever Italian. His dark eye flashed, and his whole features irradiated, as he delivered the following harangue. Ladies ...
... her best mode of avoiding importunities she disliked, and attentions that were painful to her, would be to speak to George himself on the subject. By ...
... to the patron saint of the island, when no Maltese not absolutely bed-ridden, but would deem it a duty, to witness the solemn and lengthy procession ...
... the world.. The Colonel would smile as he said this, but would continue with a graver tone. No, there is a choice, and I blame no one for making ...
... unsocial being, Sir Henry, and, from my habits, not likely to be popular. Your brother knew this, and saved me from petty contentions and invidious ...
... when the latter had taken much interest in the questioning of this man. The Maltese declared, that on the night in question he was taken entirely by ...
... as much, as did the hearty farewell greeting of his rough comrades. Even Acm blushingly went up to the chair-supporters, and, with a winning smile, ...
... writhing in agony. One of my pistols relieved him. 'We bore Featherstone to the nearest cantonment, and buried him there.'. How terrible. ...
... that claimed it from present beauty-wiled away days swiftly and pleasurably. What with youth, change of scene, and an Italian sky, George was no ...
... regions. He traced it from the time of the late Roman Emperors, to that of the dominion of the Popes, whose legislative enactments to arrest the ...
... length discovered a congenial home. He plunged into the extreme of dangerous intimacy and was soon domiciled in Mrs. Vernon's small mansion. It is ...
... for Englishmen have a due abhorrence of imposition. They at length stepped from the vehicle-indulged in some vehement remonstrances-smiled at Thompson's ...
... is not of the frame alone, although that is fragile and shattered. The body lingers on without suffering but the mind-a very bright sword in ...
... metal roof of its Duomo was glittering in the sunshine and the Adige was swiftly sweeping by its fortified walls. Leaving Trent, they ...
... he grew fonder of his new partner, and more forgetful of Caroline. She pressed closer and closer to his side. A distant clock struck ten. Entwined in ...
... yet dipped his wing in the billow, fearless as heretofore-where was the one, who from that text had deduced so fair a moral. Sir Henry wished ...
... assemblage increased the gaiety of the scene, it was somewhat wearisome to Delm, who was too truly attached to his sister, to be otherwise than thoughtful ...
... to its interior organization and it was on this account, that Sir Henry was anxious to obtain a female specimen at this particular period. As he spoke, ...