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Miss Billy : Married

By Porter, Eleanor Hodgman

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Title: Miss Billy : Married  
Author: Porter, Eleanor Hodgman
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Classic Literature Collection
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Porter, E. H. (n.d.). Miss Billy : Married. Retrieved from http://www.worldebookfair.com/


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CHAPTER I. SOME OPINIONS AND A WEDDING: -- I, BERTRAM, take thee, Billy, chanted the white-robed clergyman. -- `I, Bertram, take thee, Billy,' echoed the tall young bridegroom, his eyes gravely tender. -- To my wedded wife. -- `To my wedded wife.' The bridegroom's voice shook a little. -- To have and to hold from this day forward. -- `To have and to hold from this day forward.' Now the young voice rang with triumph. It had grown strong and steady. -- For better for worse. -- `For better for worse.' -- For richer for poorer, droned the clergyman, with the weariness of uncounted repetitions. `For richer for poorer,' avowed -- the bridegroom, with the decisive emphasis of one to whom the words are new and significant. -- In sickness and in health. -- `In sickness and in health.' -- To love and to cherish. -- `To love and to cherish.' The younger voice carried infinite tenderness now. -- Till death us do part. -- `Till death us do part,' repeated the bridegroom's lips; but everybody knew that what his heart said was: Now, and through -- all eternity....

Table of Contents
· CHAPTER I. SOME OPINIONS AND A WEDDING · CHAPTER II. FOR WILLIAM -- A HOME · CHAPTER III. BILLY SPEAKS HER MIND · CHAPTER IV. JUST LIKE BILLY · CHAPTER V. TIGER SKINS · CHAPTER VI. THE PAINTING LOOK · CHAPTER VII. THE BIG BAD QUARREL · CHAPTER VIII. BILLY CULTIVATES A COMFORTABLE INDIFFERENCE · CHAPTER IX. THE DINNER BILLY TRIED TO GET · CHAPTER X. THE DINNER BILLY GOT · CHAPTER XI. CALDERWELL DOES SOME QUESTIONING · CHAPTER XII. FOR BILLY -- SOME ADVICE · CHAPTER XIII. PETE · CHAPTER XIV. WHEN BERTRAM CAME HOME · CHAPTER XV. AFTER THE STORM · CHAPTER XVI. INTO TRAINING FOR MARY ELLEN · CHAPTER XVII. THE EFFICIENCY STAR -- AND BILLY · CHAPTER XVIII. BILLY TRIES HER HAND AT MANAGING · CHAPTER XIX. A TOUGH NUT TO CRACK FOR CYRIL · CHAPTER XX. ARKWRIGHT'S EYES ARE OPENED · CHAPTER XXI. BILLY TAKES HER TURN AT QUESTIONING · CHAPTER XXII. A DOT AND A DIMPLE · CHAPTER XXIII. BILLY AND THE ENORMOUS RESPONSIBILITY · CHAPTER XXV. SHOULD AULD ACQUAINTANCE BE FORGOT · CHAPTER XXVI. GHOSTS THAT WALKED FOR BERTRAM · CHAPTER XXVII. THE MOTHER -- THE WIFE · CHAPTER XXVIII. CONSPIRATORS · CHAPTER XXIX. CHESS · CHAPTER XXX. BY A BABY'S HAND

 

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