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The Blue Envelope

An Adventure Story for Girls

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Author: Roy J. Snell
Published: 1922
Language: English
Wordcount: 41,922 / 125 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 89.6
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 2,483
Added to site: 2007.05.21
mnybks.net#: 17052
Origin: gutenberg.org

One question we meet, and probably it should be answered. Would twolone girls do and dare the things that Lucile and Marian did? My onlyanswer must be that girls of their age--girls from "outside" atthat--have done them.

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maintain a watch that night. Marian agreed to stand the first watch until one o'clock, Lucile to finish the night. In the morning they would take their small gasoline launch, which was at this moment hidden around the bend in a small creek, and would carry the boy to the emigration office at Fort Townsend.

They had worked and played hard that day. When Lucile was wakened at one o'clock in the morning, she found herself unspeakably drowsy. A brisk walk to the beach and back, then a dash of cold spring water on her face, roused her.

As she came back to camp she thought she caught a faint and distant sound.

"Like an oarlock creaking," she told herself, "yet who would be out there at this time of night?"

She retraced her steps to the beach to scan the sea that glistened in the moonlight. Not hearing or seeing anything, she concluded that she had been mistaken.

Back at the camp once more, she glanced at the motionless figure seated by the bed of darkening coals. Then, creeping in

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