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A Knight Of The Nets

Auhtor: Amelia Edith Barr

Language: english
Published: 1896

Genres:

nautical,  romance
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Review by Stephen M. Charme, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Knight Of The Nets':

... letter. Such lovely words. They are like poetry they are as sweet as singing.. Did you tell Andrew this.. Why would I do that.. You are ...
... return to the cottage with Christina to make known the engagement they had entered into. They met Andrew on the sands. He had been disappointed. Sophy ...
... struck Christina, but which was not obvious to Andrew as he added, I'll not lie to you, anent the matter.. You needn't. Nothing in life is worth ...
... she will never know the differ. You must not tell her but what I have been to Pittendurie. My goodness. It is lucky I met you.. But where have you ...
... until they were on the bay, then he let the oars drift, and asked:-. What did you think of Sophy the last time you saw her. Tell me truly, Christina.. Who ...
... I was in a passion and I shouted some words I should not have said-words I never said in my life before. I didn't think the like of them ...
... impossible to him. I'm as glad as you are that no worse than marriage has come to the lass she is done with now, and I am wishing her no more ill than ...
... us we must aye remember that, Christina. But it is a dour, storm-like sky yon, he continued, pointing eastward. We shall have a snoring breeze before ...
... money, James Logan. Where is the gold and the bank-notes you took from me.-the savings of all my lifetime.. Your money, Andrew. Your gold and bank-notes. ...
... Madame's. Indeed, she replied, I am sorry she is so tired. It seems to me, that the women of this generation are but weak creatures.. Then she ...
... death. Alas. Alas. We see too late, we hear too late, when it is the dead who open the eyes and the ears of the living. . Chapter Viii. A Great ...
... nothing up to him the best boat loses her rudder once in a while.. It was not long before Andrew joined his mother and sister, and the man was a ...
... to Scotland.'. Toots. Havers. 'I will' is for the Lord God Almighty to say. A sailor-man's 'I will' is just breath, that any wind may blow away. ...
... baby and a popish inquisitor would be as well matched.. It had, indeed, come at last to Sophy's positive refusal to live longer with her mother-in-law. ...
... her breakfast, she went to Sophy's room. I have had a letter from Archie, she said. Was there none for me.. No but I thought you might ...
... she found herself on the direct road to Largo, though she could hardly tell how it had been managed. As she approached the long chain of Fife fishing-villages, ...
... here and chapping on my door-on Ja Binnie's door.-with a horsewhip.. There is no use trying to deceive me with bad words. Let me pass.. Off ...
... of the departing spirit. 'Lord, Thou hast been our dwelling place in all generations. 'Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever Thou hadst ...
... little Sophy.CHAPTER XIII. THE LITTLE SOPHY. Madame did not go to the Dower House. Archie was opposed to such a humiliation of the proud woman, ...
... exposure and buffeting but the surgeon of the Mission Ship brought him back to life. It was some hours after he had been taken on board the storm ...