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|If one son rejects you then give double to the one that accepts Anytime three |
people come together there are really six ... man's excuse If women believed in
their husband's, they would be a good deal happier and a good deal more foolish
It is ...
|“Sympathy—yes," she replied, feeling as if they were getting on very dangerous |
ground, and yet onjoying her peril. ... You think I don't want to believe that you are
happy with your husband '2” ' It would make you in the wrong. ... and in this
instance I would give a good deal to e certain that I had made a mistake, for,
though you may not think it, I desire your ... as so many other foolish women have
thought, that she could go to the very edge of the precipice and not lose her ea "I
ought to ...
|They arc just as contented as a couple of doves, and when the manager-|
husband is not "billing" his wife somewhere, he is ... happy in her married life,
and it is for that reason, doubtless, that she believes all other women on the stage
should marry. ... husband of the actress has a harder time pleasing her than he
probably would have had if he had married a woman ... a good deal of it, for an
actress makes more money than the average man, and she naturally expects her
husband to ...
|If Geraldine lutd chanced to like and wed her poor cousin, Mrs Gascoigne would |
never have given her five-and-forty pence. Ueraldine Leeson had ... for their own
sakcs, and never cared a great deal Tor creating a sensation. She, of course ...
|It was that a woman would be happiest loving three different people in one man. |
... Gift FOR XMAS for each member of the family—an artistic lamp that will be
prized as one's own. mothers unless they worry a good deal about their children.
|"You can do beautifully," said I. "Here is a good sized porch over the front door, |
and plenty of boards in the back yard. ... I told her I enjoyed the "exchange"
columns very much if I was an 'old woman," and had received some very nice ... it
would be real nice to know; they write pleasantly, and are generous in their
exchanges, and indeed it is not foolish to ... she kneaded her bread for one hour
every time she baked, and worried herself over the house a good deal more than
|She was a very pretty woman—her profile, at least, of which she showed me a |
good deal during the first part of the journey. ... I did not think it necessary to
inform her that my wife was—slightly—my senior, and also rich. In fact, I did ...
Ilow foolish you are ! ... If there is one thing more objectionable than another, it is
having one's husband's people in the same neighbourhood. ... J immy,” I said
interrogatively, “ is the happy possessor of ? ... I don't quite believe Ilml, you kuow
,' she went on.
|I feel my time drawing to a close, I shall, therefore, settle the little I have to do in |
the world, and then, living among my ... a very foolish wild girl, and has given her
friends a great deal of trouble, and it would be happy if we could forget her
altogether. ... course my father would do nothing for them, and when he died, he
not only disinherited her, but also made us pledge ... To tell you the truth, her
husband has so often changed their abode, that it is now some time since we
have heard any ...
|tellects of women are not so much inferior, naturally, to those of the male sex, as |
they are rendered inferior by ... If these intellects, then, can be reclaimed from
trifles, and directed to solidly useful pursuits, I cannot see what evil can flow from
it. ... seemed" to impute a good deal of his success t roras well asm propriety ; so
that the husband is every day pro- 1 lucki Ahj .... importance to her husband, and
that, the greater they are, so much the more certain are his welfare and
happiness. If ...
|Her boys (once he thought them his) are sturdy enough to shoulder him in his |
own house as they pass by him. ... As to their mother, (who was once so tender,
so submissive, so studious to oblige, that we all pronounced him happy, and his
... I believe' their inordinate ardour after gain would be a good deal cooled, when
they could not be certain (though their mates ... if propagated, it might be of
unsocial or unnatural consequence, since women of virtue would perhaps be
more liable to ...