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CHARACTERS Freda By Elizabeth Anna Hart

Somebody home with her and as that Somebody was evidently uite a proper person for them to associate With and very much inclined to associate with them there was no harm done and everything was as pleasant as everything ought always to beAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at wwwforgottenbookscomThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books.

Excerpt from Freda A Novel Vol 2When she now came home to them wet through and introduced to them a Wet stranger who was also one of the handsomest oung men they had ever seen very little impression was produced on them and they Were neither excited nor interested She had gone out and she had come in she had been caught in the rain and she had lost her way Somebody had naturally enough turned up to help her and she had brought that.

EBOOK READ Freda By Elizabeth Anna Hart

Lewis Carroll's grandmother She married an officer in the Indian Army but had no children She is perhaps best remembered for the children's story The Runaway 1872 and for the adult novel Mrs Jerningham's Journal She died in 1890From

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