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The Daily Dispatch: December 25, 1865., [Electronic resource] 19 1 Browse Search
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asked him some questions. Yes, he knew Mr. George Rutland; recollected that many years ago he usedid, complacently, as I wrote the address, "George Rutland, Esq., Rutland Hall, Kent." It was abo myself. Then I like to read here." "Mr. Rutland is not at home?" I said. "No; they are She blushed crimson. "I am not a Miss Rutland," she said. "My name is Teecie Ray. I am an orphan. My father was a friend of Mr. Rutland, and he takes care of me for charity." The lasgo, before this little orphan was born, or George Rutland had become owner of Rutland Hall, assistedWhat is to be done with that girl?" I heard Mrs. Rutland remark to one of her daughters. "If she weris fulsome compliments. The matter reached Mrs. Rutland's ears, and she vented her chagrin on the de. This wound had cut deep. Sir Harry and Mrs. Rutland, of Rutland Hall, at that moment I should hair, or your friends?" "Not upon you, George Rutland," I said, looking him steadily in the eyes