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4 edition of Annie Kilburn found in the catalog.

Annie Kilburn

containing a choice collection of cotillons [sic] & country-dances.

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        StatementEcho Library
        PublishersEcho Library
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsDecember 15, 2006
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 59 p. :
        Number of Pages54
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101406813540
        Series
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I'm going to make Ellen bring me round. " "Not so very," said the boy, with his queer promptness. " "Thank you," said Mrs. "This is the way we run in, without ceremony, everywhere. This volume is available for adoption in the. The sideboard he had got at an Annie Kilburn second-hand shop in the North End; and he believed it was an heirloom from the house of one of the old ministers of the North End Church.

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Annie Kilburn

He is not a practical man--not a man of the world; and I should have much preferred to hear that he objected to the dancing and the play; I could have understood that; I could have gone with him in that to a certain extent, though I can see no harm in such things when properly conducted.

Gerrish, "Well, I'm glad you've come back to the old place, Miss Kilburn--I almost said Annie. I can see that I was a sort of fetich to the bedevilled fancy of the people here when I was seen drunk in the streets every Annie Kilburn, just because I was one of the old Annie Kilburn Putneys; and when I began to hold up, there wasn't a man in the community that wasn't proud and flattered to help me.