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Down came a shower of rain

Ask the waiter what the French words mean

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"Down Came A Shower Of Rain"

"Ask the waiter what the French words mean"

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Jone giving an order

The Carver

"You Americans are the speediest people"

"That was our house"

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"The young lady who keeps the bar"

"I see signs of weakening in the social boom"

At the Abbey

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"There, with the bar lady and the Marie Antoinette chambermaid, was Jone"

"At last I did get on my feet"

"Rise, Sir Jane Puddle"

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"In an instant I was free"

"If you was a man I'd break your head"

"I'm a Home Ruler"

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"And with a screech I dashed at those hogs like a steam engine"

"In the winter, when the water is frozen, they can't get over"

"Who do you suppose we met? Mr. Poplington!"

Mr. Poplington looking for luggage

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Pomona encourages Jonas

"Stop, lady, and I'll get out"

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"Your brother is over there"

To the Cat and Fiddle

"And did you like Chedcombe?"

"Jone looked at him and said that was the Highland costume"

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"I didn't say anything, and taking the pole in both hands I gave it a wild twirl over my head"

Pomona drinking it in

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"A person who was a family-tree-man"

"This might be a Dorkminster"

Jone didn't carry any hand-bag, and I had only a little one

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POMONA'S TRAVELS

This series of letters, written by Pomona of "Rudder Grange" to her former mistress, Euphemia, may require a few words of introduction. Those who have not read the adventures and experiences of Pomona in "Rudder Grange" should be told that she first appeared in that story as a very young and illiterate girl, fond of sensational romances, and with some out-of-the-way ideas in regard to domestic economy and the conventions of society.

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