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The spot to which my companion led me was a ruined summerhouse, not a stone's throw from the outer garden hedge.
RUTLEDGEMIRIAM COLES HARRIS
Greatly allarmed, they turned back, and told my grandmother that a strange man was lying in the summerhouse.
She was in the summerhouse up the garden with her treasures spread out before her.
THE LADY OF LYNNWALTER BESANT
I found the captain sitting in the summerhouse alone, without the usual solace of his tobacco and his October.
THE LADY OF LYNNWALTER BESANT
They ran into a wooden summerhouse, painted cunningly after the Chinese fashion, shut themselves in, and drew their swords.
The long leaves of the banana tree were flapping wetly and the Bougainvillæa on the summerhouse looked soaked and sodden.
PLAY THE GAME!RUTH COMFORT MITCHELL
He went out to the summerhouse some time ago to wait for Edith; they were going over to Caroline Mitfords later on.
SECRET SERVICECYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
When Kitty took herself home, offended, Missy went out to the remote summerhouse, relieved.
MISSYDANA GATLIN
Melissa was out in the summerhouse, reading; now and then lifting her eyes from the big book on her lap to watch the baby at play.
MISSYDANA GATLIN
After supper, out in the summerhouse, it was an evening of such swooning beauty she almost forgot the bothers vexing her life.
MISSYDANA GATLIN

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