ice-cream twice a week and we never have corn-meal mush. The Small House at Allington, 1864 3000 0 0 I don't think so; only sometimes a longing comes upon me to see the old grey walls, and to hear the old voices, and see the curious old women in their white caps and bright-[Pg 112]coloured handkerchiefs, clattering along to the Cathedral. There must be more old women in Brittany than in Cornwall, I think. Fowey does not swarm with old women as Dinan did. And sometimes I long to see mother, and the good old Brittany servants, and the garden where the hours went by so slowly鈥攁lmost as slowly as they go here鈥攚ith a sigh. 福彩3d九宝图107期 The Small House at Allington, 1864 3000 0 0 Dear Daddy, Mrs. Conrad, intent on amusing her little charge, decided to take her to Lincoln Park, in the northern division of the city. This is a beautiful pleasure-ground, comprising over two hundred acres, with fine trees, miniature lakes and streams, and is a favorite resort for children and their guardians, especially on Saturday afternoons, when there are open-air concerts. It was a bright, sunny day, and even Mrs. Conrad felt her spirits enlivened as she descended from the cars, and, entering the park, mingled with the gay throngs who were giving themselves up to enjoyment. The latter saw that it was not wise to provoke one who would probably be her room-mate. effect of two days of it. I can't begin to tell you all the amazing Well, good-morning. I'll tell Frank Dudley I have seen you. Look! repeated Allegra, "isn't she lovely? like a fairy boat. Whose yacht can she be, I wonder? She looks like a racer, doesn't she?" to do some spring shopping and stay all night and go to the theatre The Small House at Allington, 1864 3000 0 0 I wouldn't make a very good detective, would I, Daddy? Jervie?