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by Paul Leicester Ford
Author: Paul Leicester Ford
Publisher: IndyPublish (October 5, 2006)
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Here sits Peter Stirling,the ward politician, enthroned in Jeffersonian simplicity. Still Peter knewthat-that foolishness was nice.
Here sits Peter Stirling,the ward politician, enthroned in Jeffersonian simplicity. But here,behind the arras, sits Peter Stirling, the counsellor of banks andrailroads, in the midst of all the gorgeousness of the golden East. Watts passed into the room beyond. What does he mean, Peter?" "He has gone into my study. He said, "People only care for mydinners because they are few and far between, and their being way downhere in the city, after business hours, makes them something to talkabout. Society wants badly something to talk about most of the time. Ofcourse, my friends are invited.
Peter went to his room and, after a due course of clubbing and tubbing,dressed himself with the utmost care. Truth compels the confession thathe looked in his glass for some minutes
Peter went to his room and, after a due course of clubbing and tubbing,dressed himself with the utmost care. Truth compels the confession thathe looked in his glass for some minutes. Not, however, apparently withmuch pleasure, for an anxious look came into his face, and he remarkedaloud, as he turned away, "I don't look so old, but I once heard Wattssay that I should never take a prize for my looks, and he was right. Iwonder if she cares for handsome men?" Peter forgot his worry in the opening of a box in the dining-room andthe taking out of the flowers
Yet at the end of three months Miss De Voe shook her head.
Yet at the end of three months Miss De Voe shook her head. He is absolutely a gentleman, and people seem to like him. Yetsomehow-I don't understand i. "Exactly," laughed Lispenard.
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Think of his conductto his mother as long as she lived! Think of the goodness and kindnesshe showed to the poor! Why, Ray says he has refused case after case forwant of time in recent years, while doing work for people in his wardwhich was worth nothing. Look at his going to those strikers' families, andarranging to help them
I think," said Peter, "it was the deaths of the poor little children,more than anything I said, that made people feel i. .
I think," said Peter, "it was the deaths of the poor little children,more than anything I said, that made people feel i. The next morning's mail brought Peter a second note, in the samehandwriting as that of the day before. Was it merely the poise of addedyears? Was it that he had ceased to care what women thought of him? Orwas it that his discovery that a girl was lovable had made the sex lessterrible to him? Such were the questions he asked himself as he walked,and he had not answered them when he rang the bell of the old-fashioned,double house on Second Avenue.
Stitt Publishing Company New YorkHenry Holt & Co. 1894. You are young people,with your lives before you. Let me give you a little advice. As you gothrough life look for the fine things-not for the despicable. To. Those dear to me at stoney wolde, turners, new york; pinehurst; norwich, connecticut; brook farm, proctorsville, vermont; and duneside, easthampton, new york, This book, written while among them, is dedicated. Chapter I. Romance and reality.
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He was the great-grandson (on his mother's side) of Noah Webster Jr. and the brother of historian Worthington C. Ford. He was murdered by his other brother, Malcolm Webster Ford, a famous amateur athlete in the United States. Books by Paul Leicester Ford . The partisan press would end to-morrow, but for the narrowness and meanness of readers.