Excerpt from Getting Along, Vol. 2 of 2: A Book of Illustrations
But her is Susan Dillon on our hands still, and in some way she must be taken to the beach.
Very respectably she shall go, in the Baldwin carriage even.
But what is the child thinking of?
<... br/>The caravan of yesterday? No. The fact that last night Mr. Baldwin called her "my daughter"? No indeed.
Without betraying herself as the listener of that conversation between Isidore and David which went on in the library, it became at length possible for her to name the name of Stella Cammon. She could ask David if the lady about whom he rallied his sister at the breakfast table was her Stella. And was she then remembering what Mr. Falcon had promised, that he would himself go with her message to Miss Stella, because there was not time for her to go that morning, for the carriage was already waiting to convey them to Harlem, and Susan was not to return to St. Johns? In spite of all the friendly opposition they made, Susan had decided that on that day she would return to the beach.
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