4 edition of Madge Morton, Captain of the Merry Maid found in the catalog.
Madge Morton, Captain of the Merry Maid
Amy D. V. Chalmers
October 31, 2005 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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As for Madge and Phyllis, they entertained little idea of winning the race. Butler bowed her head quietly. Her pleasure in the beautiful fabrics had vanished, and the longing to probe into the past of her dear ones was uppermost in her mind. Not until she had found the man she sought and cleared her father's name.
Alden was wondering where he could send Phyllis to spend a well-earned holiday. But he heard the voice again even more distinctly. She poised first on one foot, then on the other, then flitted forward on both pointed toes, her thin, eager arms outstretched, curving and bending with the rhythm of the music. There, to her joy, she discovered an uneaten red apple. She gave no thought to her promise to her uncle, to the chance of the oncoming trains.
A short distance was traversed in silence, then Madge said abruptly, "Who do you suppose locked us in, Mr. She could scarcely hold it. The man was talking to his own daughter. Then the light suddenly left them and she became strangely silent. In reply Mrs.
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We have been locked in all night. Lillian, who was bent on a foraging expedition around the room, came back a moment later with a few big, rusty nails and an old brick she had picked up out of the tumbled down fireplace. He has already been calling on a number of Mrs.
With the love of bright colors, which she must have inherited from some Italian ancestor, she had twisted a bright scarlet sash about her waist. Yet all the time that Phil was so silent Dr.
After a long talk with Eleanor, Madge finally wrote Mrs. When he talked he had a peculiar trick of turning his eyes away from the person with whom he was talking that did not please her. I am ashamed of myself, but I just had to have a look at Phil.
Then she uttered a quick, sharp cry, and dropped back to her resting place, her feet, almost by instinct, finding the open spaces in the wall.
She had two older sisters, who had made their entrance into Philadelphia society, and Lillian had been allowed to be present at their coming-out parties.
She's Robin Hood's biggest fan. Two months after Madge's birth, while her husband was away on a cruise, Madge's mother died at her sister's home, and, as her father never came back to claim her, she had been brought up by her uncle and aunt. She was impolite to us, and a sneak not to tell Tom Curtis what she had said about us.
I am sure we can find our boat there. They were perfectly willing to keep Lieutenant Lawton's box for him. To be able to help Lieutenant Lawton in even the smallest way to do a service for his country was a source of great delight to Phil.
I should never make a successful teacher," ended Madge with a sigh. At last she actually did climb up the side of the wall, but her hands were scratched and bleeding, and her hair and face were covered with mud.
Then Miss Tolliver's school closed, and Phil Alden hurried home to her family in Hartford, Connecticut; Lillian returned to her home in Philadelphia, while Madge and Eleanor departed to spend a week with Mr.
And Madge wondered wickedly to herself whether Tom Curtis would be pleased to have him for a brother. She was looking past her friends with half-closed eyes. I wish you to stay and take care of us, just as you planned to do.
The third girl was drying her long, blonde hair in the sun; Miss Lillian Seldon, the beauty of the houseboat party! That is our plan, isn't it, Madge? Phil felt more secure. Nellie eyed her sympathetically, but at the same time her face wore an expression of disapproval.
Tom thought he had never seen her look so pretty, but he was too wise to say so. One, two, three! The old captain looked hurriedly toward his small house. Their subsequent meeting with a Mrs. I knew the child would get you into difficulties, and it is just as I feared.
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Madge Morton, Captain of the Merry Maid. CHAPTER I. MADGE MORTON'S PLAN "I never can bear it!" cried Madge Morton excitedly, throwing herself down on her bed in one of the dormitories of Miss Tolliver's Select School for Girls. "It is not half so bad for Eleanor. She, at least, is going to spend her holiday with people she likes.
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