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A New Home Wholl Follow Or Glimpses Of Western Life

Auhtor: Caroline Matilda Kirkland

Language: english

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Review by Beth Cholette, February 2006


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Excerpts from the Book 'A New Home Wholl Follow Or Glimpses Of Western Life':

... for the first homes of settlers in Michigan. It was logs and nothing else, the fire made on the ground, or on a few loose stones, and a hole in ...
... sumptuously. It was the first time since we left Detroit, that we had been able to procure more than a small allowance for the tea. My first care ...
... ridiculously superfluous when they came out. The many observations made by the spectators as each new wonder made its appearance, though at ...
... but Mrs. Jennings was not there to exult in this proof of her sagacity. She had been called away to visit a daughter, who had been taken ill at ...
... But I saw we should get on admirably, and so we have done ever since. I did not mistake that pleasant smile, and that soft sweet voice. They are ...
... the pitches, the sidlings in some places quite terrific. At one of the latter points, where the road wound, as so many Michigan roads do, round ...
... of, and a court-house and other county buildings, all very grand for, as the spot was not more than ten miles from the centre of the county, ...
... own. Now, you see, the neighbours had got pretty much tired of sending in things, because they thought Aggy oughtn't to refuse such a good offer, ...
... field of fame, With anguish in his haughty eye, the Moor Almanzor came He prick'd his fiery courser on among the scatter'd dead, Till he came ...
... that favoured spot. The madness of the people in those days of golden dreams took more commonly the form of city-building but there were a few ...
... on the likes of me I'm sure I never see nothing like it, And now we began to wonder how long it would be before we should see our respected ...
... the time as if we should never meet again. ButI have heard frequently from them until quite lately and they have been living very handsomely (Mr. ...
... Sewing Society, and so saved all this wordiness but I like to amplify. When the idea was first started, by I know not what fortunate individual,-Mrs. ...
... or somebody that was dead, she did n't know which. She hoped that none of the ladies would mention it. There were some fourteen or so in ...
... with a relative because he was afraid the boys could not get along without him one of the boys a bachelor of fifty, the other a grandfather. ...
... the steamer. The morning was express. No lovelier sunshine ever encouraged a naughty girl in her naughtiness. A cold rain would have sent her back ...
... nurses, while Mr. Gridley and his family kindly interested in their inexperienced neighbours, were not lacking in aid of any sort. So Cora made out ...
... of past care and toil, an inundation of happiness! Let no one think he has exhausted all the sources of enjoyment till he has lived in the back-woods ...
... cut short my mazy dance and resume at once my proper position as a wall-flower, with an unceremonious adieu to the kind and courteous reader. ...
... cates, fried pork and parsnips. A New Home - Who'll Follow? Or, Glimpses of Western LifeCHAPTER VI. A trickling stream from high ...