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  • 'Now I suppose we can take it, De Forest, that henceforward the Board will administer us direct?'

    A Diversity of Creatures

  • August 26, A.D. 2065, the Board, sitting in London, was informed by De Forest that the District of Northern Illinois had riotously cut itself out of all systems and would remain disconnected till the Board should take over and administer it direct.

    A Diversity of Creatures

  • 'Yes,' said De Forest, and steadied him as he dropped down beside us.

    A Diversity of Creatures

  • 'The Board hasn't shown what you might call a fat spark on this occasion,' said De Forest, wiping his eyes.

    A Diversity of Creatures

  • About two hours after De Forest made his report, Green came in and reported that according to orders he had "shadowed" De Forest and Mrs. Maroney when they drove into the city.

    The Expressman and the Detective

  • The Vice-President also told De Forest to remain in Jenkintown for the present.

    The Expressman and the Detective

  • She was generally accompanied by De Forest, who had become her constant attendant.

    The Expressman and the Detective

  • De Forest had only one seat to his buggy, and it was rather irksome to be conveying two ladies around all the time.

    The Expressman and the Detective

  • Madam Imbert saw Mrs. Maroney in the evening and told her of the interview with De Forest.

    The Expressman and the Detective

  • The company had a gentleman in their employ, named De Forest, whom I thought admirably adapted for this purpose, and if the Vice-President would allow me, I would assign to him the task of becoming Mrs. Maroney's lover.

    The Expressman and the Detective

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