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Ester Ried Yet Speaking

Isabella M. Alden

1. 01 – It May Be That She Is Working Still
2. 02 – What Did It All Amount To, Anyhow?
3. 03 – Anything Uncommon About Me?
4. 04 – I Don’t Blame Them
5. 05 – A Christian Home
6. 06 – Satan He Has ‘Em All The Week
7. 07 – What A Little Schemer It Is
8. 08 – What Would You Do, Dear?
9. 09 – “Tremendous Facts!” He Said
10. 10 – And She Always Tried
11. 11 – I Have But To Try Again
12. 12 – I Want Them To Get Used To Parlors
13. 13 – Let Us Be Fashionable
14. 14 – “Something’s Happened!”
15. 15 – What Made Her Different?
16. 16 – Here Was His Opportunity
17. 17 – I Wonder What They’re All After
18. 18 – Yourn’s The Way
19. 19 – We Have Begun Backwards
20. 20 – Oh, What A Nice Thought!
21. 21 – Had His Experiment Been Too Severe?
22. 22 – Some People Are Hard To Warn
23. 23 – Part Of The Great Well-To-Do World
24. 24 – For You Don’t Know What May Come
25. 25 – What Do You Hope To Accomplish?
26. 26 – “O Lord, Take Dirk Too!”
27. 27 – An Awful Problem
28. 28 – May She Go With Me?
29. 29 – What If I Belonged?
30. 30 – It Is No Made-Up Affair
31. 31 – Their Works Do Follow Them

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Summary

Authored by Isabella M. Alden under the pen name “Pansy.” Fourth in the Chautauqua Girls series. Alfred Ried (brother of Ester Ried from that series) wants to help the hundreds of poor street boys in his city to come to faith and improve their conditions, but is discouraged and overwhelmed with the task. Enter Flossy (Shipley) Roberts, a willing worker who focuses on 7 such boys and especially on one.