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Identifier: stnicholasserial392dodg
Title: St. Nicholas [serial]
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Subjects: Children's literature
Publisher: [New York : Scribner & Co.]
Contributing Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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and apostal card, receiving therefor three cents incash, and Tad rattled the coins triumphantly inhis pocket. Be good and we 11 give you some ice-creamto-morrow, Tom promised. It 11 be the Fourthof July, and we re going to celebrate. igi2.] THE TOWNSEND TWINS —CAMP DIRECTORS 721 Well, I hope old Zekiel Pettingill will cele-brate by bringing my trunk over, Jack com-plained. This costume is getting a bit monot-onous. Cheer up, Jack, Lefty remarked consolingly.When you have only one suit, you dont have toworry about what you 11 put on. It might be lotsworse ! Just suppose you were sailing over thebriny deep to visit the crowned heads of Europe, that way. But Eliot, too intent on his subjectto notice Tads nonsense, shook his head doubt-fully as he responded: I was just planning forstraight, plain benches, extra strong. And extra soft? Lefty inquired. Why—er—no! Who ever heard of softbenches? Such luxury would nt be good for us,I m afraid. Well, are we going over to call on our mys-

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NOW STEALTHY FOOTSTEPS COULD BE HEARD; NOW THE LIGHTS STOPPED. (SEE PAGE 716. with your baggage on a different steamer. I veheard of such tragedies. Jack sighed and shook his head. I could becheerful, too, Lefty, if your outfit was missing,he declared. It s lots easier to bear trials philo-sophically when they strike some one else. Now, Jacko! You know that your tenderheart would be wrung with pity if I was minusclothes, Lefty remonstrated. Speaking of being without things remindsme of our furniture, Eliot remarked. Did youget the boards for those benches while you wereat the hustling metropolis? Oh, yes, Tad assured him. Cant we makethem up in the mission style, Eliot? It would bereally dressy to have the bungalow furnishedVol. XXXIX.-91. terious neighbor? Tom demanded, after a little.It s quarter-past eight now. If we re going,we ought to get started. So say we all of us ! Tad agreed. Get thelanterns and any other trappings of war whichthe camp can furnish. Then let us sally forth t

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bookid:stnicholasserial392dodg bookyear:1873 bookdecade:1870 bookcentury:1800 bookauthor:Dodge__Mary_Mapes__1830_1905 booksubject:Children_s_literature bookpublisher:_New_York___Scribner___Co__ bookcontributor:Information_and_Library_Science_Library__University_of_North_Carolina_at_Chapel_Hill booksponsor:University_of_North_Carolina_at_Chapel_Hill bookleafnumber:192 bookcollection:juvenilehistoricalcollection bookcollection:unclibraries bookcollection:americana

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