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Published by D. Appleton and Co., NY (1904)
Hardcover Measures 7.5x5 inches Weighs 1 pound 4 ounces
Condition: Fair
Orange cloth boards are richly decorated with red and black on cover and also spine.
Book is slightly cocked
Former owner name inside front cover dated 1925
Pages are clean save occasional signs of use.
Cover boards are scuffed and bumped as expected from shelf wear and age.


DAVID poured half of his second cup of tea
into his saucer to lower its temperature to the
drinking point, and helped himself to a second
cut of ham and a third egg. Whatever was on
his mind to have kept him unusually silent during
the evening meal, and to cause certain wrinkles
in his forehead suggestive of perplexity or mis­
giving, had not impaired his appetite. David
was what he called " a good feeder."
Mrs. Bixbee, known to most of those who en­
joyed the privilege of her acquaintance as " Aunt
Polly," though nieces and nephews of her blood
there were none in Homeville, Freeland County,
looked curiously at her brother, as, in feet, she
had done at intervals during the repast; and con­
cluding at last that further forbearance was un­
called for, relieved the pressure of her curiosity
| Guess ye got somethin' on your mind, hain't
ye? You hain't hardly said aye, yes, ner no sence
you set down. Any thin' gone 'skew? "
David lifted his saucer, gave the contents a
precautionary blow, arid emptied it with sundry
windy suspirations.
a x

David Harum, Edward Noyes Westcott, Published by D. Appleton and Co, NY 1904, Hardcover Book Antique


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