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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 Excerpt: ...house. When we git there you'll stand up afore him and marry me, or else you'll fare a dum sight wuss. Kin you understand that, Miss Hittie Mulford?" ' I understand that you are a villain,' retorted the schoolteacher, her indignation getting the better of her discretion. "And now you're goin' to calliu' me pet names," he growled. "D'ye call that ladylike and peart, Miss Mulford?" She made no reply, but looked away from his ugly face continually. She might have attempted flight but for the fact that her pony was secured to the one ridden by McClung by means of a strap at their heads. ' Look round here, you peart piece of smartness,' growled the villain, seizing her shoulder and turning her violently about. His touch was by no means light, and Hittie gave utterance to a pained cry. "You villain!" exclaimed she, growing scarlet with indignation. ' Now be sensible, Hittie,' said he, in a wheedling tone. "Say you was only foolin' when you just refused to marry me, and it'll be all right. You couldn't find a husband in all Minnesoty 'at would love you as I would, not a-one." He grinned and attempted to take her hand. She repulsed him more sharply than ever, and the cloud cam( back to his face more dark than it had been before. "You're a trifler," he snarled; "a vain, wicked girl. Why can't you like me a little, Hittie?" ' I think it is because you are not likeable, Mr. McClung. You are acting the part of a craven bully now, and if you do not wish me to hate you, you will say no more about marriage, but conduct me home at the earliest possible moment. These Indians seem to be under your control and I believe they would conduct us to New Ulm if you should say the word.' "So yer want ter go back t...

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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 62 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 Excerpt: . . . house. When we git there youll stand up afore him and marry me, or else youll fare a dum sight wuss. Kin you understand that, Miss Hittie Mulford I understand that you are a villain, retorted the schoolteacher, her indignation getting the better of her discretion. And now youre goin to calliu me pet names, he growled. Dye call that ladylike and peart, Miss Mulford She made no reply, but looked away from his ugly face continually. She might have attempted flight but for the fact that her pony was secured to the one ridden by McClung by means of a strap at their heads. Look round here, you peart piece of smartness, growled the villain, seizing her shoulder and turning her violently about. His touch was by no means light, and Hittie gave utterance to a pained cry. You villain! exclaimed she, growing scarlet with indignation. Now be sensible, Hittie, said he, in a wheedling tone. Say you was only foolin when you just refused to marry me, and itll be all right. You couldnt find a husband in all Minnesoty at would love you as I would, not a-one. He grinned and attempted to take her hand. She repulsed him more sharply than ever, and the cloud cam( back to his face more dark than it had been before. Youre a trifler, he snarled; a vain, wicked girl. Why cant you like me a little, Hittie I think it is because you are not likeable, Mr. McClung. You are acting the part of a craven bully now, and if you do not wish me to hate you, you will say no more about marriage, but conduct me home at the earliest possible moment. These Indians seem to be under your control and I believe they would conduct us to New Ulm if you should say the word. So yer want ter go back t. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781235866890

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