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  2. MISS MAUD JEFFRIES.

    Miss Maud Jeffriee was born "way down south in Dixie," on a cotton plantation, and up to the age of 13 had never seen a village or city of any land. She was sent ...

    Article : 387 words
  3. THE NOVELIST.

    They sat down together at the small table, while the landlord uncorked the Burgundy, giving them a few reminiscences of Lord Chesterfield while he was pouring the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,479 words
  4. CHAPTER VI.

    In the Gunnings' bouse in Brittain-street at the head of the Nail, in Dublin, then was consternation that afternoon. Marin had left shortly lifter noon to convey a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,281 words
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