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Happy-Thought Hall

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Author: Francis Burnand
Published: 1872
Language: English
Wordcount: 33,284 / 114 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 84.9
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 353
Added to site: 2008.08.13 21696

wanted it for Christmas.

Then the notion of the party must be abandoned.

Happy Thought.--An abandoned party! Dreadful character.

Boodels says he's sorry for that, as he can't go into his own house just now, it being under repair.

Cazell suddenly exclaims, "I tell you what we ought to do!" We listen. He goes on. "We ought to take a house for the Winter Season, the lot of us together, and then ask our own friends."

Boodels observes, that, if we agree to this, he will supply some servants, as his are doing nothing. Chilvern can tell us where there's a place to be let. Just what we want, about an hour's train from town. Queer old mansion, a bit out of trim, he tells us, in fact he was going to have had the job of restoring it, only the people suddenly left; but he'd put that to rights. Would we go and look at it?

Carried nem. con.





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