No; YOU get the paper, and the pencil, and the catalogue
, and George write down, and I'll do the work.
Come, you two, don't quarrel over Eaton's catalogue," said Anne gaily.
And as for those catalogues of theirs, they're the Avonlea girls' Bible now, that's what.
the solitary animal confined in that wagon by day, and in the tent at night, has occasioned me more perplexity of mind than the whole catalogue of quadrupeds besides: and for this plain reason; I did not know how to class it.
I know you," offering his hand cordially to Paul; "it was a prolific week, as my herbal and catalogues shall one day prove.
It was a solemn thing, to hear, in the darkened room, the feeble voice of the sick child recounting a weary catalogue
of evils and calamities which hard men had brought upon him.
His exertions, indeed, were crowned with a most magnificent result: he produced three new tulips, which he called the "Jane," after his mother; the "Van Baerle," after his father; and the "Cornelius," after his godfather; the other names have escaped us, but the fanciers will be sure to find them in the catalogues
of the times.
I will then pass on to the variability of species in a state of nature; but I shall, unfortunately, be compelled to treat this subject far too briefly, as it can be treated properly only by giving long catalogues
I am very busy preparing for Christmas, but have often locked myself up in a room alone, shutting out my unfinished duties, to study the flower catalogues and make my lists of seeds and shrubs and trees for the spring.
Grill, his description in the catalogues being specially fascinating, and no doubt I deserved the snubbing I got.
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