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IN a large and pleasant garden sat little Annie all alone, and she seemed very sad, for drops that were not dew fell fast upon the flowers beside her, who looked wonderingly up, and bent still nearer, as if they longed to cheer and comfort her.
"Perhaps, father," said Annie, without showing much interest in the question, "Owen is inventing a new kind of timekeeper.
And so it lies happily, Bathing in many A dream of the truth And the beauty of Annie -- Drowned in a bath Of the tresses of Annie.
But, sitting at work, not far from Doctor Strong, was a very pretty young lady - whom he called Annie, and who was his daughter, I supposed - who got me out of my difficulty by kneeling down to put Doctor Strong's shoes on, and button his gaiters, which she did with great cheerfulness and quickness.
"And so nice of Annie Moffat not to forget her promise.
"Annie, dear Annie, do speak!" But there was no answer.
Perhaps Annie could tell you, though she's a careless girl.
I stood at the bar and drank a glass of beer with him, and talked manfully of oysters, and boats, and of the mystery of who had put the load of buckshot through the Annie's mainsail.
"Wull, Annie, how is ut wi' ye?" he queried, and drew her to him again.
The lady patroness of Michaelis, the ticket-of-leave apostle of humanitarian hopes, was one of the most influential and distinguished connections of the Assistant Commissioner's wife, whom she called Annie, and treated still rather as a not very wise and utterly inexperienced young girl.
My Annie says deh shameless t'ing tried teh ketch her feller, her own feller, what we useter know his fader."
Better have one of Annie" (so she called her baby girl).