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To the seaside they went, after much discussion, and though Beth didn't come home as plump and rosy as could be desired, she was much better, while Mrs.
And there were ministers of many creeds, - pastors of great, gilt- edged congregations, at the seaside for a rest, with shepherds of the regular work, - from the priests of the Church on the Hill to bush-bearded ex-sailor Lutherans, hail-fellow with the men of a score of boats.
It was on the sunny veranda of a seaside hotel, overlooking a pattern of flower beds and a strip of blue sea, that Horne Fisher and Harold March had their final explanation, which might be called an explosion.
First of all I must tell you I was lunching in that restaurant at the seaside.
He did not want to hear about hydrangeas, why they change their colour at the seaside.
There was once a fisherman who lived with his wife in a pigsty, close by the seaside.
The Vicar, notwithstanding medical assurance that the boy was no longer infectious, received him with suspicion; he thought it very inconsiderate of the doctor to suggest that his nephew's convalescence should be spent by the seaside, and consented to have him in the house only because there was nowhere else he could go.
They decided to begin with small seaside places, and gradually, as they gained confidence, attack larger centres.
Instead of wandering on down the Amazons until she reached some sulphurous tropical port, where one had to lie within doors all day beating off insects with a fan, the sensible thing to do surely was to spend the season with them in their villa by the seaside, where among other advantages Mrs.
She has interested herself very much in the matter of Belgian refugees and is entertaining a great many of them at a house of hers near the seaside.
Tom was off to the West; Polly went home for the summer; Maud was taken to the seaside with Belle; and Fanny left alone to wrestle with housekeeping, "help," and heartache.
Few people thought of going for a change of air, nobody perhaps ever thought about going to the seaside for the summer.