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FANNYFriends Against Noisy New York
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When they were alone, something was rolled up or by other means got out of the way, and there was a great empty well before them, looking down into the depths of which Fanny said, 'Now, uncle
I am interested, Fanny, and concerned in anything that concerns you.
Fanny took out her handkerchief, and rather angrily wiped her eyes.
Fanny opening her reticule, as they surveyed these things, produced from that repository a shilling and handed it to Uncle.
Well, Fanny, and if the plan were not unpleasant to you, I should call it an excellent one.
As to your foolishness and awkwardness, my dear Fanny, believe me, you never have a shadow of either, but in using the words so improperly.
You are too kind," said Fanny, colouring at such praise; "how shall I ever thank you as I ought, for thinking so well of me.
Why, indeed, Fanny, I should hope to be remembered at such a distance as the White House.
As soon as he had done it, he remembered that Fanny considered them vulgar, and felt that he had disgraced his family.
said Fanny, sitting on the side of the bed in Polly's room, and chattering hard, while she examined everything her friend had on.
He can't bear girls," said Fanny, with a superior air.
replied Fanny, wishing Polly would wear ear-rings, as every one else did.