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a feast for the eye as well as the palate.[”]

A13. He never said a word to Mrs. Allen but perhaps that was not to be expected[.]

B13 Oh, Marilla, it must have been the baking powder. I had my suspicions of that bak–”

“Baking powder fiddlesticks!

C13 Diana will ask me how my cake turned out and I shall have to tell her the truth.

D13 Mrs. Lynde says she knows an orphan girl who tried to poison her benefactor. But

E13 It’s meant to be taken internally – but not in cakes.

F13 reflecting that it was really providential that Mrs Allen was