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  2. OCCASIONAL PAPERS.

    "Mother, wake up!" a voice breathes in my ear; "we are going into the bush for swamp lilies, and you promised to come. We're all dressed, so please tumble up and ...

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  3. PART I.—IN ENGLAND.

    "Well, Willy," said Katharine, as he and she made their way towards the Tonedales' house in South Kensington, "what have you been doing whilst I have been away? Have ...

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  4. CHAPTER X.

    Mrs. Stanhope went on her way home indignant with this stranger who had dared to defend Clifford Thornton. In her own unreasoning anger she felt doubly fierce ...

    Article : 1,518 words
  5. THE STORYTELLER.

    "You ought to be glad, Charlie." "I know," assents he. A tiny trail of smoke shows by the light-house. ...

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  6. TOWNSHIP SKETCH.

    When an untidy man marries a tidy woman, he gives occasional cause for tirade and scolding. The woman, if she is wise, accepts the difficulty, and is not too ...

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