his secretary. These monthly letters are absolutely obligatory
I was planning to surprise you by writing a great novel before
convent when I was little instead of a foundling asylum. Oh no, And poor Mrs. Semple believes that people who go fishing on Sundays go Dear Daddy-Long-Legs,
Then straight away over two miles of rolling meadow, and awfully to eat and a comfortable four-post bed and a ream of blank paper
we tracked Monsieur Fox into the kitchen of Crystal Spring (that's
in the least. But anyway, it won't do the slightest good for you
Vous etes un brick!
I have a new hat that I bought for twenty-five cents at the post office.
because it makes me happy to return it. I owe you a great deal
transmit them in less than two weeks. As you observe, I am here,
but John Smith. His reason in requiring the letters is that he
and Aunt Susan the Matthew Arnold poems; Uncle Harry (little Harry is
that can run over you, or the sign-boards that can fall on your head,