Based off of the Archive.org PDFs here: https://archive.org/details/magpiesnest00pateuoft
Page 34: par. 3: Decidedly
Decidedy she had taken him by surprise, perhaps on account of the environment, wherein one did not look for such delicate little sprites.
Page 63: par. 3: thinking
“Were you thinkng of that, three years ago?”
Page 76: par. 3: never closes quotation marks
“But —life’s pretty lonesome. ... I like a girl . . . near me. ... I used to know a lot of chorus girls in Chicago; jolly kids. . . .
Page 80: par. 2: patronesses
They did begin with the patronnesses, who represented every shade of the town’s evolution toward “society,” as Mary explained.
Page 86: par. 0: precision
Her regal height dwarfed the little man; his stout bow legs bore him gallantly, moving with a deft precison that gave the final touch of burlesque.
Page 117: par. 1: "collar-bone" was used 3 times elsewhere in the book, so I normalized this
A tiny dent in her upper lip, a delicate depression at the apex of her collar bone, delighted him; he kissed them, and cuddled her like a pet kitten.
Page 162: par. 2: inaccessibility
And slowly her inacessibility had wrought on him.
Page 191: par. 1: Should be left DOUBLE quote
‘Maybe I’ll see them some day in the magazines.”
Page 287: par. 2: himself
The lover may fancy his lady’s perfections so obvious that none can miss them, short of imbecility; but every true husband knows that only himeslf can see his wife as she deserves to be seen.
Page 258: par. 3: promised
He prom-ished rashly that they should return some day and loot it, even unto repletion.