Gertrude Mason Mary M. Shedd

ISBN: 9781331026112

Published: September 27th 2015

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Gertrude Mason  by  Mary M. Shedd

Gertrude Mason by Mary M. Shedd
September 27th 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 96 pages | ISBN: 9781331026112 | 6.38 Mb

Excerpt from Gertrude MasonParlor elegantly furnished - two chairs: Enter Hilton from left, Vaughn following.Hilton: - (from out-side) Come in James- this is an unexpected pleasure- be seated. (both sit- Vaughn at right.) It has been along timeMoreExcerpt from Gertrude MasonParlor elegantly furnished - two chairs: Enter Hilton from left, Vaughn following.Hilton: - (from out-side) Come in James- this is an unexpected pleasure- be seated. (both sit- Vaughn at right.) It has been along time since I saw you- not since I was at Banchester, three years ago.Vaughn: - Yes, I really believe it has been three years.Hilton: - We grow old so rapidly, it would be better to see each other occasionally, that we may not forget.Vaughn: - I think it is out of the question for you and I to forget each other- but to tell you the truth James, you are getting to be so old and homely, it is more disagreeable to look at you, than you may think.Hilton: - I acknowledge it now- but when we were young and at college together, you where in the shade.

But I am not going to quarrel with you if you are a little better looking now, as it never troubled you when I was at the head.Vaughn: - Why do you think it did not trouble me? I have thought seriously of murdering you at several different times, but I am thankful that I did not- for now I have the sweet satisfaction of being best looking.Hilton: - I acknowledge it. Say, by the way, did your son, Ernest, accompany you to the city?Vaughn: - No, he is coming this week.Hilton: - Ernest is still unmarried I presume?About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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