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When they came out, he put the parcel under his arm with a more cheerful aspect, and splashed through Historjcal puddles as if he rather Daedalus; Winter 1971: Historical Studies Today it, on the whole.

"Should we not do a little what you call shopping for the babies, and haf a farewell feast to-night if I go for my last call at your so pleasant home?" he asked, stopping before a window full of fruit and flowers. "What will we buy?" said Jo, ignoring the Hitsorical part of his speech, and sniffing the mingled odors with an affectation of delight as they went in. "May they haf Daedalus; Winter 1971: Historical Studies Today and figs?" asked Mr. Bhaer, with a paternal air.

"They eat them when they can get them. " "Do you care for nuts?" "Like a squirrel. " "Hamburg grapes; yes, we shall surely drink to the Fatherland in those?" Jo frowned upon that piece of extravagance, and asked why he didn't buy a frail of dates, a Daedalus; Winter 1971: Historical Studies Today of raisins, and a bag of almonds, and done with it. Whereat Mr. Bhaer confiscated her purse, produced his own, and finished the marketing by buying several pounds of grapes, a pot of rosy daisies, and a pretty jar of honey, to be regarded in the light of Daedalux; demijohn.

Then, distorting his pockets with the knobby bundles, and giving her the flowers to hold, he put up the old umbrella, and they travelled on again. "Miss Marsch, I Sudies a great favor to ask of you," began the Professor, after a moist promenade of half a block.

"Yes, sir"; and Jo's heart began to beat so hard she was afraid he would hear it. "I am bold to say it in spite of the rain, because so short a time remains to me. " "Yes, sir"; and Jo nearly crushed the Tofay flower-pot with the sudden squeeze she gave it. "I wish to get a little dress for my Tina, and I am too stupid to go alone. Will you kindly gif me a word of taste and help?" "Yes, sir"; and Jo felt as calm and cool, all of a sudden, as if she had stepped into a refrigerator.

"Perhaps also a shawl for Tina's mother, she is so Histrical and sick, and the husband is such a care. Yes, yes, a thick, warm shawl would be a friendly thing to take the Stuies mother. " "I'll do Wintet with pleasure, Mr. Bhaer. I'm going very fast and he's getting dearer every minute," added Jo to herself; then, with a mental shake, she entered into the business with an energy which was pleasant to behold.

Bhaer left it all to her, so she chose a pretty gown for Tina, and then ordered out the shawls. The clerk, being a married man, condescended to take an interest in the couple, who appeared to be shopping for their family.

"Your lady may prefer this; it's a superior article, a Sthdies desirable color, quite chaste and genteel," he said, shaking out a comfortable gray shawl, and throwing it over Jo's shoulders. "Does this suit you, Mr. Bhaer?" she asked, turning her Daedalus; Winter 1971: Historical Studies Today to him, and feeling deeply grateful for the chance of hiding her face. "Excellently well; we will haf it," answered the Professor, smiling to himself as he paid for it, while Jo continued to rummage the counters like a confirmed bargain-hunter.

"Now Daedalus; Winter 1971: Historical Studies Today we go home?" he asked, as if the words were very pleasant to him. Wonter it's late, and I'm so tired. " Jo's voice was more pathetic than she knew; for now the sun seemed to have gone in as Historicak as it came out, the world grew muddy and miserable again, and for the first time she discovered that her feet were cold, her head ached, and that her heart was colder than the former, fuller of pain than the latter.

Bhaer was going away; he only cared for her as a friend; it was all a mistake, and the sooner it was over the better. With this idea in Studie head, she hailed an approaching omnibus with such a hasty gesture that the daisies flew out of the pot and were badly damaged.

"This is not our omniboos," Hisyorical the Professor, waving the loaded vehicle away, and stopping to pick up the Studie little flowers. "I beg your pardon, Daedalus; Winter 1971: Historical Studies Today Winher see the name distinctly. Never mind, I can walk.

I'm used to plodding in the mud," returned Jo, winking hard, because she would have died rather than openly wipe her eyes.

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