The Blue Jar Story Book
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The Blue Jar Story Book

By Alicia Catherine Mant, Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb, Maria Edgeworth
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  • "The guinea,—the guinea, sir, that you got from this child!"—Page 35
    • Copyright, 1906, by
      • McLoughlin Bros., New York.
        • The moment it was on the table Rosamond ran up to it with an exclamation of joy.
      • The moment it was on the table Rosamond ran up to it with an exclamation of joy.
    • McLoughlin Bros., New York.
      • The moment it was on the table Rosamond ran up to it with an exclamation of joy.
    • The moment it was on the table Rosamond ran up to it with an exclamation of joy.
    • THE BLUE JAR.
      • MARIA EDGEWORTH
    • MARIA EDGEWORTH
    • THE BASKET-WOMAN
      • MARIA EDGEWORTH.
        • "Look, grandmother—look at my scotcher!"
        • "We might buy something very useful with the guinea."
      • "Look, grandmother—look at my scotcher!"
      • "We might buy something very useful with the guinea."
    • MARIA EDGEWORTH.
      • "Look, grandmother—look at my scotcher!"
      • "We might buy something very useful with the guinea."
    • "Look, grandmother—look at my scotcher!"
    • "We might buy something very useful with the guinea."
    • THE SEA VOYAGE.
      • CHARLES LAMB.
        • "He would show me all pretty sea-sights."
      • "He would show me all pretty sea-sights."
    • CHARLES LAMB.
      • "He would show me all pretty sea-sights."
    • "He would show me all pretty sea-sights."
    • THE CHANGELING.
      • MARY LAMB.
        • "The girl carried her away without the least suspicion that it was not the same infant."
        • "Many sheets were scrawled over in vain. I could think of nothing else."
      • "The girl carried her away without the least suspicion that it was not the same infant."
      • "Many sheets were scrawled over in vain. I could think of nothing else."
    • MARY LAMB.
      • "The girl carried her away without the least suspicion that it was not the same infant."
      • "Many sheets were scrawled over in vain. I could think of nothing else."
    • "The girl carried her away without the least suspicion that it was not the same infant."
    • "Many sheets were scrawled over in vain. I could think of nothing else."
    • THE INQUISITIVE GIRL.
      • ANON.
        • If Louisa received a note she carefully locked it up.
        • She read it with trembling impatience.
      • If Louisa received a note she carefully locked it up.
      • She read it with trembling impatience.
    • ANON.
      • If Louisa received a note she carefully locked it up.
      • She read it with trembling impatience.
    • If Louisa received a note she carefully locked it up.
    • She read it with trembling impatience.
    • THE LITTLE BLUE BAG.
      • ALICIA CATHERINE MANT.
        • Agnes felt ashamed, and hastened on, for her purse was empty.
        • Agnes threw her arms round the neck of her dear Laura.
      • Agnes felt ashamed, and hastened on, for her purse was empty.
      • Agnes threw her arms round the neck of her dear Laura.
    • ALICIA CATHERINE MANT.
      • Agnes felt ashamed, and hastened on, for her purse was empty.
      • Agnes threw her arms round the neck of her dear Laura.
    • Agnes felt ashamed, and hastened on, for her purse was empty.
    • Agnes threw her arms round the neck of her dear Laura.
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