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  • Caddy's Toast in "Erminie" -- 'Ere's to the' ealth o 'your Royal' Ighness; hand may the skin o 'ha gooseberry be big enough for han humbrella to cover hall your enemies. "

    The Handy Cyclopedia of Things Worth Knowing A Manual of Ready Reference

  • After that he gave them the Lullaby Song from "Erminie," and somehow it did not at all appear incongruous that a careworn mimic of fifty should be singing to careworn workingmen of ten, down on the

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 1908.

  • "Erminie," and seeing the downward droop of Dorothy's lip he tried to divert her by exclaiming:

    Dorothy on a Ranch

  • The "Erminie" was to be stripped and renovated and put aside to await its owner's further orders.

    Dorothy on a Ranch

  • The "Erminie," private car of "Railway Boss, Dan Ford," stood side-tracked at Denver, and his guests within it were the happy people whom, some readers may remember, we left keeping a belated Christmas in the old adobe on the mesa, in southern California.

    Dorothy on a Ranch

  • It is several weeks later, and Erminie and Nelson are honeymooning in foreign climes.

    When the Birds Begin to Sing

  • "Good," replies Erminie, who has heard many a confidence in her day.

    When the Birds Begin to Sing

  • Philip, perhaps, is lounging on them now, or Erminie -- he has given them to Mrs. Lane for her new drawing-room.

    When the Birds Begin to Sing

  • Erminie stops her sister-in-law with a deprecating gesture.

    When the Birds Begin to Sing

  • For some time they talk on ordinary subjects, till at last Erminie folds her arms, looks him searchingly up and down, and asks straight out:

    When the Birds Begin to Sing


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