Pomona's Travels, By Frank R. Stockton




















































































































 - POMONA'S TRAVELS

A Series of Letters to the Mistress of Rudder Grange from her former
Handmaiden

BY

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POMONA'S TRAVELS

A Series of Letters to the Mistress of Rudder Grange from her former Handmaiden

BY

FRANK R. STOCKTON

1894

In Uniform Binding

LETTER ONE. Wanted, - a Vicarage

LETTER TWO. On the Four-in-hand

LETTER THREE. Jone overshadows the Waiter

LETTER FOUR. The Cottage at Chedcombe

LETTER FIVE. Pomona takes a Lodger

LETTER SIX. Pomona expounds Americanisms

LETTER SEVEN. The Hayfield

LETTER EIGHT. Jone teaches Young Ladies how to Rake

LETTER NINE. A Runaway Tricycle

LETTER TEN. Pomona slides Backward down the Slope of the Centuries

LETTER ELEVEN. On the Moors

LETTER TWELVE. Stag-hunting on a Tricycle

LETTER THIRTEEN. The Green Placard

LETTER FOURTEEN. Pomona and her David Llewellyn

LETTER FIFTEEN. Hogs and the Fine Arts

LETTER SIXTEEN. With Dickens in London

LETTER SEVENTEEN. Buxton and the Bath Chairs

LETTER EIGHTEEN. Mr. Poplington as Guide

LETTER NINETEEN. Angelica and Pomeroy

LETTER TWENTY. The Countess of Mussleby

LETTER TWENTY-ONE. Edinboro' Town

LETTER TWENTY-TWO. Pomona and her Gilly

LETTER TWENTY-THREE. They follow the Lady of the Lake

LETTER TWENTY-FOUR. Comparisons become Odious to Pomona

LETTER TWENTY-FIVE. The Family-Tree-Man

LETTER TWENTY-SIX. Searching for Dorkminsters

LETTER TWENTY-SEVEN. Their Country and their Custom House

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"Boy, go order me a four-in-hand"

The Landlady with an "underdone visage"

"I looked at the ladder and at the top front seat"

"Down came a shower of rain"

"Ask the waiter what the French words mean"

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Jone giving an order

The Carver

"You Americans are the speediest people"

"That was our house"

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"The young lady who keeps the bar"

"I see signs of weakening in the social boom"

At the Abbey

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"There, with the bar lady and the Marie Antoinette chambermaid, was Jone"

"At last I did get on my feet"

"Rise, Sir Jane Puddle"

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"In an instant I was free"

"If you was a man I'd break your head"

"I'm a Home Ruler"

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"And with a screech I dashed at those hogs like a steam engine"

"In the winter, when the water is frozen, they can't get over"

"Who do you suppose we met? Mr. Poplington!"

Mr. Poplington looking for luggage

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Pomona encourages Jonas

"Stop, lady, and I'll get out"

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"Your brother is over there"

To the Cat and Fiddle

"And did you like Chedcombe?"

"Jone looked at him and said that was the Highland costume"

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"I didn't say anything, and taking the pole in both hands I gave it a wild twirl over my head"

Pomona drinking it in

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"A person who was a family-tree-man"

"This might be a Dorkminster"

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