The Imp and the Angel

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He looked back once or twice hesitatingly, but they did not call him.

 

THE IMP

AND THE

ANGEL


By

Josephine Dodge Daskam



 

ILLUSTRATED BY

Bernard J. Rosenmeyer

 



NEW YORK

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

1901

 

Copyright, 1901, by
Charles Scribner's Sons


Published October, 1901


THE CAXTON PRESS
NEW YORK

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To
J. S. D.

Kind Sponsor to the Author
and
Good Friend to the Imp
These Stories are
Dedicated

 

 

CONTENTS

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    151
 
 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. FACING PAGE
  2. He looked back once or twice hesitatingly, but they did not call him,
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    Frontispiece
  3. "Look out, Algy!" he said dutifully, "this is my second suit!"
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    12
  4. "As they went round, till every girl was lifted out,"
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    46
  5. The audience waited with dogged patience for twenty minutes,
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    76
  6. "They can't play for one boy—they simply can't," said the man,
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    80
  7. So he lurked on the outside of the ring that always surrounded her,
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    752
  8. "One for the City," he said,
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    158
  9. He wept quietly on her white lawn shoulder,
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    166
 



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