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    Neither Barry nor Paulina appeared at breakfast the next morning, and I devoutly hoped that the former might be Buffering from a headache and a fit of repentance. His absence was a comfort, so far aa it went; but we should ...

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    "By the way, mother." asked Frankland one day soon after the theatricals, "I should like to Bee Tom's letters. He never writes to me at all, and I have depended altogether on your account of the contents of his letters. He seems to me ...

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    Have my dear and gentle readers any interest in Robert Glynn? I confess to having presented the stem and lonely man to them in his gravest, and, perhaps, his most repellant aspect. The circumstances of my narrative have been too ...

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