Our Elizabeth A Humour Novel
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Our Elizabeth A Humour Novel

By Florence A. (Florence Antoinette) Kilpatrick
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Our Elizabeth, by Florence A. Kilpatrick, Illustrated by Ernest Forbes
    • E-text prepared by Al Haines
      • [Frontispiece: Elizabeth Renshaw.]
    • [Frontispiece: Elizabeth Renshaw.]
  • OUR ELIZABETH
    • A HUMOUR NOVEL
      • ILLUSTRATED BY ERNEST FORBES
        • THORNTON BUTTERWORTH LIMITED 62 ST. MARTIN'S LANE, LONDON, W.C. 2
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      • THORNTON BUTTERWORTH LIMITED 62 ST. MARTIN'S LANE, LONDON, W.C. 2
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      • AUTHOR'S NOTE
    • ILLUSTRATED BY ERNEST FORBES
      • THORNTON BUTTERWORTH LIMITED 62 ST. MARTIN'S LANE, LONDON, W.C. 2
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    • THORNTON BUTTERWORTH LIMITED 62 ST. MARTIN'S LANE, LONDON, W.C. 2
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    • AUTHOR'S NOTE
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • Our Elizabeth . . . . . . Frontispiece
      • Henry and I looked at the Cookery Book
      • The Kid
      • A Bad Sign
      • Marion dropped fifteen stitches
      • Our Friend William
      • 'Wot's 'orrible about it?'
      • 'Oh, must I, Mama?'
      • ''E was starin' at it wild-like.'
      • 'Do you mean the boiler one?' I asked.
      • 'I suppose I'm shocking you terribly.'
      • A slight lowering of the left eye-lid.
      • Henry, being a Scotsman, likes argument.
      • 'A fair razzle-dazzle.'
      • She dashed from the room in a spasm of mirth.
      • 'Am I not a suitable wife for Henry?'
      • 'Carn't you get rid of 'er?'
      • 'Stop, William!' Marion said.
      • 'Oo ses the Signs is wrong?'
      • ''Ere's to us, all of us!'
    • Our Elizabeth . . . . . . Frontispiece
    • Henry and I looked at the Cookery Book
    • The Kid
    • A Bad Sign
    • Marion dropped fifteen stitches
    • Our Friend William
    • 'Wot's 'orrible about it?'
    • 'Oh, must I, Mama?'
    • ''E was starin' at it wild-like.'
    • 'Do you mean the boiler one?' I asked.
    • 'I suppose I'm shocking you terribly.'
    • A slight lowering of the left eye-lid.
    • Henry, being a Scotsman, likes argument.
    • 'A fair razzle-dazzle.'
    • She dashed from the room in a spasm of mirth.
    • 'Am I not a suitable wife for Henry?'
    • 'Carn't you get rid of 'er?'
    • 'Stop, William!' Marion said.
    • 'Oo ses the Signs is wrong?'
    • ''Ere's to us, all of us!'
  • OUR ELIZABETH
    • CHAPTER I
      • CHAPTER II
        • [Illustration: Henry and I looked at the Cookery Book.]
      • [Illustration: Henry and I looked at the Cookery Book.]
      • CHAPTER III
        • [Illustration: The Kid.]
      • [Illustration: The Kid.]
      • CHAPTER IV
        • [Illustration: A Bad Sign.]
      • [Illustration: A Bad Sign.]
      • CHAPTER V
        • [Illustration: Marion dropped fifteen stitches.]
      • [Illustration: Marion dropped fifteen stitches.]
      • CHAPTER VI
        • [Illustration: Our Friend William.]
      • [Illustration: Our Friend William.]
      • CHAPTER VII
        • [Illustration: 'Wot's 'orrible about it?']
      • [Illustration: 'Wot's 'orrible about it?']
      • CHAPTER VIII
        • [Illustration: 'Oh, must I, Mama?']
      • [Illustration: 'Oh, must I, Mama?']
      • CHAPTER IX
        • [Illustration: ''E was starin' at it wild-like.']
      • [Illustration: ''E was starin' at it wild-like.']
      • CHAPTER X
        • [Illustration: 'Do you mean the boiler one?' I asked.]
      • [Illustration: 'Do you mean the boiler one?' I asked.]
      • CHAPTER XI
        • [Illustration: 'I suppose I'm shocking you terribly.']
      • [Illustration: 'I suppose I'm shocking you terribly.']
      • CHAPTER XII
        • [Illustration: A slight lowering of the left eyelid.]
      • [Illustration: A slight lowering of the left eyelid.]
      • CHAPTER XIII
        • [Illustration: Henry, being a Scotsman, likes argument.]
      • [Illustration: Henry, being a Scotsman, likes argument.]
      • CHAPTER XIV
        • [Illustration: 'A fair razzle-dazzle.']
      • [Illustration: 'A fair razzle-dazzle.']
      • CHAPTER XV
        • [Illustration: She dashed from the room in a spasm of mirth.]
      • [Illustration: She dashed from the room in a spasm of mirth.]
      • CHAPTER XVI
        • [Illustration: 'Am I not a suitable wife for Henry?']
      • [Illustration: 'Am I not a suitable wife for Henry?']
      • CHAPTER XVII
        • [Illustration: 'Carn't you get rid of 'er?']
      • [Illustration: 'Carn't you get rid of 'er?']
      • CHAPTER XVIII
        • [Illustration: 'Stop, William!' Marion cried.]
      • [Illustration: 'Stop, William!' Marion cried.]
      • CHAPTER XIX
        • [Illustration: 'Oo ses the Signs is wrong?']
      • [Illustration: 'Oo ses the Signs is wrong?']
      • CHAPTER XX
        • [Illustration: 'Ere's to us, all of us!']
      • [Illustration: 'Ere's to us, all of us!']
    • CHAPTER II
      • [Illustration: Henry and I looked at the Cookery Book.]
    • [Illustration: Henry and I looked at the Cookery Book.]
    • CHAPTER III
      • [Illustration: The Kid.]
    • [Illustration: The Kid.]
    • CHAPTER IV
      • [Illustration: A Bad Sign.]
    • [Illustration: A Bad Sign.]
    • CHAPTER V
      • [Illustration: Marion dropped fifteen stitches.]
    • [Illustration: Marion dropped fifteen stitches.]
    • CHAPTER VI
      • [Illustration: Our Friend William.]
    • [Illustration: Our Friend William.]
    • CHAPTER VII
      • [Illustration: 'Wot's 'orrible about it?']
    • [Illustration: 'Wot's 'orrible about it?']
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • [Illustration: 'Oh, must I, Mama?']
    • [Illustration: 'Oh, must I, Mama?']
    • CHAPTER IX
      • [Illustration: ''E was starin' at it wild-like.']
    • [Illustration: ''E was starin' at it wild-like.']
    • CHAPTER X
      • [Illustration: 'Do you mean the boiler one?' I asked.]
    • [Illustration: 'Do you mean the boiler one?' I asked.]
    • CHAPTER XI
      • [Illustration: 'I suppose I'm shocking you terribly.']
    • [Illustration: 'I suppose I'm shocking you terribly.']
    • CHAPTER XII
      • [Illustration: A slight lowering of the left eyelid.]
    • [Illustration: A slight lowering of the left eyelid.]
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • [Illustration: Henry, being a Scotsman, likes argument.]
    • [Illustration: Henry, being a Scotsman, likes argument.]
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • [Illustration: 'A fair razzle-dazzle.']
    • [Illustration: 'A fair razzle-dazzle.']
    • CHAPTER XV
      • [Illustration: She dashed from the room in a spasm of mirth.]
    • [Illustration: She dashed from the room in a spasm of mirth.]
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • [Illustration: 'Am I not a suitable wife for Henry?']
    • [Illustration: 'Am I not a suitable wife for Henry?']
    • CHAPTER XVII
      • [Illustration: 'Carn't you get rid of 'er?']
    • [Illustration: 'Carn't you get rid of 'er?']
    • CHAPTER XVIII
      • [Illustration: 'Stop, William!' Marion cried.]
    • [Illustration: 'Stop, William!' Marion cried.]
    • CHAPTER XIX
      • [Illustration: 'Oo ses the Signs is wrong?']
    • [Illustration: 'Oo ses the Signs is wrong?']
    • CHAPTER XX
      • [Illustration: 'Ere's to us, all of us!']
    • [Illustration: 'Ere's to us, all of us!']
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