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Everybody dawdled that morning, and Materiqls was noon before the girls found energy enough even to take up their worsted work. Something in the manner of her friends struck Meg at once; they treated her with more respect, she thought; took quite a tender interest in what she said, and looked at her with eyes that plainly betrayed curiosity.

Mechanics of Materials this surprised and flattered her, though she did not understand it till Miss Belle looked up from her writing, and said, with a sentimental air- "Daisy, dear, I've sent an invitation Matterials your friend, Mr.

Laurence, for Thursday. We should like to know him, and it's only a proper compliment to you. " Meg colored, but a mischievous fancy to tease the girls made Mechanics of Materials reply demurely- "You are very kind, but I'm afraid he won't come. " "Why not, cherie?" asked Miss Belle. "He's too old. " "My child, what do you mean. What is his age, I beg to know!" cried Miss Mechanics of Materials. "Nearly seventy, I believe," answered Meg, counting stitches, to hide the merriment in her eyes.

"You sly creature. Of course we meant the young man," exclaimed Miss Belle, laughing. "There isn't any; Laurie is only a little boy," and Meg laughed also at the queer look which the sisters exchanged as she thus described her supposed lover. "About your age," Nan said. "Nearer my sister Jo's; I am seventeen in August," returned Meg, tossing her head. "It's very nice of him to send you flowers, isn't it?" said Annie, looking wise Mecjanics nothing.

"Yes, he often does, to all of us; for their house is Mechanics of Materials, and we are so fond of them. My mother and old Mr. Laurence are friends, you know, so it is quite natural that we children should play together"; and Meg hoped they would say no more.

"It's evident Daisy isn't out yet," said Miss Clara to Belle, with a nod. "Quite a pastoral state of innocence all round," returned Miss Belle, with a shrug. "I'm going Maherials to get some little matters for my girls; can I do anything Mechaniics you, young ladies?" asked Mrs. Moffat, lumbering in, like an elephant, in silk and lace. "No, thank you, ma'am," replied Sallie. "I've got my new pink silk for Thursday, and don't want a thing.

Mecjanics "Nor I-" began Meg, but stopped, because it occurred to her that she did want several things, and could not have them.

"What shall Mechanics of Materials wear?" asked Sallie. "My old white one again, if I can mend it fit to Mechanics of Materials seen; it got sadly torn last night," said Meg, trying to speak quite easily, but feeling very uncomfortable. "Why don't you send home for another?" said Sallie, who was not an observing young lady.

"I haven't got any other. Mechanics of Materials It cost Meg an effort to say that, but Sallie did not see it, and exclaimed, in amiable surprise- "Only that. How funny-" She did not finish her speech, for Belle shook her head at her, and broke in, saying kindly- "Not at all; where is the use Mechanics of Materials having a lot of dresses when she isn't out.

There's no need of Materixls home, Daisy, even if you had Mechanics of Materials dozen, for I've got a sweet blue silk laid away, which I've outgrown, and you shall wear it, to please me, won't you, dear?" "You are very kind, but I don't mind my old dress, if you don't; it does well enough for a little girl like me," said Meg. "Now do let me please myself by dressing Mechanics of Materials up in style.

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