Transmigration Mortimer Collins

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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free.This is an OCR edition with typos.Excerpt from book: Come, be serious, old fellow. What should you say if a girl was inMorePurchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free.This is an OCR edition with typos.Excerpt from book: Come, be serious, old fellow.

What should you say if a girl was in love with you? Why, that she had better give it up, and try somebody else. Get out, or Ill throw an inkstand at you ! Im turning Romeo and Juliet into iambics. Better turn your iambics into Romeo, he retorted. Do you remember that little girl in pink we saw the other day in Datchet Lane ?—pretty little plump thing?

Well, what about her? Shes awfully in love with you. Her fathers a chemist in Peascod Street. She wants to meet you. She must be a remarkably nice young woman, I said, Get out of this, Norton, or Ill kick you out! Be off! He saw I was in earnest, and went- but he returned to the charge. He was so persistent that at last I half believed him - and we one Summer afternoon met the girl, whose name was Emily Watts .... quite accidentally, of course. Young, and devoid of experience as I was, at once I saw that it was what in these days is called a plant- there was something in tjie look of the girl which showed me that she was of a bad type.

When Norton had got us into conversation he disappeared. I spoke civilly to the young woman, who was evidently disappointed by my slowness, and thought me a fool. To say truth, my great desire was to get away from her as quickly and courteously as possible.

I had just succeeded in doing this, to my companions obvious disgust, when I noticed one of the assistant-masters passing on the opposite side of the road. His keen eye gave me a recognizing glance. I walked homeward,very much ashamed of myself, and frightfully angry with Norton. I lounged down to the margin of the Thames and watched the boats.

It was a delicious Summer afternoon- the sky was cloudless- the larks were Midsummer-mad- a thrush on a great willow ac...



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