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Elsie's Children

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Author: Martha Finley
Published: 1877
Language: English
Wordcount: 71,581 / 208 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 78
LoC Category: PS
Series: Elsie Dinsmore
Downloads: 794
Added to site: 2005.12.14
mnybks.net#: 12211

A Sequel to Elsie's Motherhood

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"I'm done," said Molly, jumping up, "and I'll be ready by the time the carriage can be brought to the door. Come Isa and Virgy, you've eaten enough. Cousin Elsie will be sure to treat us to something good." And she ran gayly from the room.

Molly, just turned thirteen, and already as tall as her mother, was a bright, lively girl, full of fun and frolic. She was not a beauty, but had a clear complexion and fine dark eyes, and good humor and intelligence lent a charm to her face that made it more than ordinarily attractive.

Dick had always been fond of her, and was beginning to take a brotherly pride in her good looks and intellectual gifts.

Enna's feelings toward her were divided between motherly pride and affection on the one hand, and on the other the dread of being made to appear old by the side of so tall a daughter; a dread that made her jealous of Dick also.

The Conly girls, too, were growing fast, giving promise of fair, graceful womanhood, Isadore particularly of great bea

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