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The Eagle's Nest

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Author: S.E. Cartwright
Published: 1899
Language: English
Wordcount: 47,362 / 139 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 80.8
LoC Categories: PR, PZ
Downloads: 1,104
Added to site: 2010.06.25
mnybks.net#: 28283
Origin: gutenberg.org
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thought of something," she said, directly she came within shouting distance.

There was some excitement at this announcement, for when Madge solemnly observed that she had thought of something, it always meant that an unusually interesting plan was about to be unfolded. They all climbed into their customary seats to await further developments. As Betty was nearest the laburnum-tree she scrambled up first, so that Madge had presently to crawl right over her, even planting a pair of very substantial and dusty boots in her younger sister's lap; but this was by no means a sufficiently uncommon event to call for any remonstrance. As for John, he squatted down among the bay leaves much more contentedly than usual. He had just found out that those lofty seats up among the golden-chains, as the children called the laburnum blossom, were not half as comfortable as they looked.

"This is what I have been thinking," began Madge, when she had settled herself, not kicking Betty's head more than twice in the p

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