2 edition of Elsie yachting with the Raymonds. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Dodd, Mead, and company|
|Publishers||Dodd, Mead, and company|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Leger with his band of British troops, Canadians, Indians, and Tories, early in the previous August. "No, sir, I don't believe it," she returned stoutly. "With our own mother, Papa? But the roll of the drums began again, now playing "Pease upon a Trencher;" again the ranks were formed, rolls called; the sergeants marched their companies to the colour line, officers took their stations; first captain ordered attention, swung the battalion into column of platoons to the left, ordered "Forward, guide right, march!
Elsie yachting with the Raymonds. Brown Finley and his wife and cousin Maria Theresa Brown Finley, she was born on April 26, 1828, in Chillicothe, Ohio. " he said, bending down to speak close to her ear, and accompanying the words with a smile full of fatherly affection.
"I want you and Max to see and hear all that I think will be instructive, or give you pleasure. "I should say there was very little fun in standing such a fire with no chance to return it. Herbert died of a broken heart when Elsie rejected his marriage proposal.
"It was there the Baroness Riedesel took refuge with her children on the 10th of October, 1777, about two o'clock in the afternoon, going there with her three little girls, trying to get as far from the scene of conflict as she well could. He marries her just before her father dies. Now I must bid you good-night, for you need all the sleep you can get between this and sunrise.
Elsie and Captain Raymond entertain the young folk with stories of great American naval battles as they yacht up Elsie yachting with the Raymonds. East Coast, and Max matriculates at the Naval Academy at Annapolis. " "No," the Captain replied, glancing through a window looking upon the sea, as he spoke.
Keith stepped up to the levelled bayonet and whispered a word or two in the ear of the young sentinel which at once caused a change in his attitude toward our party,—respectful attention taking the place of the fierce suspicion. She also desires to freely acknowledge indebtedness for much information regarding Revolutionary times and incidents, to Bancroft and Lossing; and for the routine at West Point, to an article in Harper's Magazine for July, 1887, entitled "Cadet Life at West Point," by Charles King, U.
Their conflict culminates with Elsie having a nervous breakdown as she thinks that her father does not really love her.
"And when was this one built? " was the next question. " "No, of course not," exclaimed Max, in a scornful tone. Lulu was startled for an instant; then, with a little laugh, as her father took her hand and led her back to the waiting carriage, "Oh, Maxie, that was almost too bad, though he was an enemy to our country! " "Yes; some members of the senior class.
" the Captain asked, with a smiling glance at his son, who, sitting directly in front of them, had turned to listen to their talk just as Lulu began her reply to their father's query.
" "Ah, I do not wonder that she does, for her father is altogether worthy of all the love she can give him! Elsie's Motherhood 1876 - online at and as audio at• Some years later, Edward Travilla, an older man who has had his eye on Elsie for a long time, proposes to Elsie, and the next year they enjoy a quiet wedding.
" "And after all that, as I remember reading," said Max, "Congress treated Arnold shamefully, promoting other officers over his head who neither stood so high in rank nor had done half the service he had.