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  2. ORIGINAL POETRY.

    She was such a white and wondrous lady, Lips no deeper hued than the tourmaline, A flower grown in a lime-walk shady, That never a good red sun hath seen. ...

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  3. CHAPTER VI.

    Reginald looked up from the evening which he was by way of reading, [?]rew aside his cigar and row to his [?] his wife, leading by the hand a tall ...

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  4. THE STORYTELLER.

    Slowly down along the [?] road from the hills it came—that most solemn of all sights,-a bush funeral. No hearse led the way, only a rough waggonette, from the rear ...

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