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Page 212 of Militants : stories of some parsons, soldiers and other fighters in the world : illustrated / by Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews.

THE AMILITANTS ford above it'-and she thumped me excitedly it h the hand I held. I laughed, and she burst out again: 'They'll take you-oh, please go!' "'Tell me, then,' said I, and she stopped half a second, and gasped again, and looked up in my eyes and said it. 'I love you,' said she. And she meant it. " 'Give me a kiss,' said I, and I leaned close to her, but she pulled away. " 'Oh, no-oh, please go now,' she begged. "'All right,' said I, 'but you don't know what you're missing,' and I slid out of the back door at the second the Southerners came in at the front. "There were bushes back there, and I crawled behind them and looked through into the window, and what do you suppose I saw I saw the biggest fand best-looking man of the three walk up to the girl who'd just told me she loved me, and I saw her put up her face and give him the kiss she wouldn't give me. Well, I went smashing down to the woods, making such a rumpus that if those officers had been half awake they'd have been after me twice over. I was so maddened at the sight of that kiss 212

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