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  2. THE SECOND SON.*

    Edmund and his father stood looking at each other as Roger's steps died away. They listened with a curious unanimity, though the one was at the height of unreasoning ...

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  3. CHAPTER XXII.

    The house, however, was not so still as Mr. Mitford supposed. It contained at least one room in which an exciting act of the same family drama was being carried on. ...

    Article : 1,812 words
  4. SOCIALITIES.

    All the talk just now is about Sir Henry Parkes's centenary proposals, which are partly his own and partly the Governor's. Lord Carrington suggested some time ago ...

    Article : 1,819 words
  5. THE STORYTELLER.

    It is many years since we used to talk of the bushrangers with bated breath and terror in our hearts; they are all gone, the worst of them to a higher tribunal than ours, others ...

    Article : 3,397 words
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