The Sea Lady

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THE SEA LADY

The Sea Lady Frontispiece

"Am I doing it right?" asked the Sea Lady.

(See page 150.)

THE SEA LADY

 

BY

H. G. WELLS


ILLUSTRATED


D Appleton and Company logo, circa 1897.png
 

NEW YORK
D. APPLETON AND COMPANY
1902

 

Copyright, 1902

By D. APPLETON AND COMPANY

 

Published September, 1902

 

Copyright 1901 by H. G. Wells

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

 

 
  1. FACING
    PAGE
  2. "Am I doing it right?" asked the Sea Lady
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    Frontispiece
  3. "Stuff that the public won't believe aren't facts"
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    81
  4. She positively and quietly settled down with the Buntings
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    90
  5. A little group about the Sea Lady's bath chair
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    134
  6. "Why not?"
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    160
  7. The waiter retires amazed
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    170
  8. They seemed never to do anything but blow and sigh and rustle papers
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    180
  9. Adjusting the folds of his blanket to a greater dignity
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    216