Miss Miller approaching, seemed to ask her a question, and having received her answer
, went back to her place, and said aloud -
Oh, a little further - only a little further, Ellen,' was her answer
Even her father and mother had asked themselves those questions, as she grew up to girlhood, and had been sorely perplexed to answer them.
She said, "It's only me, papa;" and waited for the answer.
was always the same: "Almost eighteen years.
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