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Table Of Contents

CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
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Santa Claus's Partner- The Original Classic Edition

Santa Claus's Partner- The Original Classic Edition

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Published by Emereo Publishing
Santa Claus's partner written by Thomas Nelson Page and Illustrated by W. Glackens is written in the English language.

A story about a very well off and successful business man named Berryman Livingstone. A humble and you could say very charitable man who every year around Christmas time gave to those who are less fortunate than him. Mr Berryman Livingstone had everything that a man could want, success and wealth, but he was still all alone during the Christmas period. Mr Livingstone becomes involved with his clerk from his company, Clark and his family. Berryman realizes over the time that he spends surrounded by others and their families that he does need a family and a life outside the closed doors of his business.

But papa I am so disappointed I have saved all my money just to have you go with me. And mamma I will go and ask him to let you come.

Her father evidently did not approve of this, and the next moment he led the child to the door, still talking to her soothingly, and Livingstone heard him kiss her and tell her to wait for him below. Livingstone let himself out of his side-door. He did not want to meet Clark just then. He was not in a comfortable frame of mind. He had a little headache. As he turned into the street, he passed the little girl he had seen up-stairs. She was wiping her little, smeared face with her handkerchief, and had evidently been crying.

Page, Thomas Nelson 1853-1922, Writer. Thomas Nelson Page, author of short stories, novels, essays, and poetry, is best known for his role as literary spokesman for the glories of the Old South. Born in 1853 and only 11 years old when the Civil War ended, Page, writing in the plantation genre of John Pendleton Kennedy and others, created of the antebellum South a mythical, would-be land of noble gentlemen and ladies, of contented slaves, a society ordered by the laws of chivalry.
Santa Claus's partner written by Thomas Nelson Page and Illustrated by W. Glackens is written in the English language.

A story about a very well off and successful business man named Berryman Livingstone. A humble and you could say very charitable man who every year around Christmas time gave to those who are less fortunate than him. Mr Berryman Livingstone had everything that a man could want, success and wealth, but he was still all alone during the Christmas period. Mr Livingstone becomes involved with his clerk from his company, Clark and his family. Berryman realizes over the time that he spends surrounded by others and their families that he does need a family and a life outside the closed doors of his business.

But papa I am so disappointed I have saved all my money just to have you go with me. And mamma I will go and ask him to let you come.

Her father evidently did not approve of this, and the next moment he led the child to the door, still talking to her soothingly, and Livingstone heard him kiss her and tell her to wait for him below. Livingstone let himself out of his side-door. He did not want to meet Clark just then. He was not in a comfortable frame of mind. He had a little headache. As he turned into the street, he passed the little girl he had seen up-stairs. She was wiping her little, smeared face with her handkerchief, and had evidently been crying.

Page, Thomas Nelson 1853-1922, Writer. Thomas Nelson Page, author of short stories, novels, essays, and poetry, is best known for his role as literary spokesman for the glories of the Old South. Born in 1853 and only 11 years old when the Civil War ended, Page, writing in the plantation genre of John Pendleton Kennedy and others, created of the antebellum South a mythical, would-be land of noble gentlemen and ladies, of contented slaves, a society ordered by the laws of chivalry.

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Published by: Emereo Publishing on Aug 11, 2011
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