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  2. WHICH WINS A TALK OF LIFE'S IMPULSES.

    I HAVE before stated that the house occupied by the Lysthors stood half a mile on the road to Wurrarah. It must, however, be understood that this road was not the main road, but one private to the two houses ...

    Article : 2,152 words
  3. THE RECLUSE.

    UPON a sultry day in the year 18.— a traveller who hid loitered in one of those picturesque valleys of Cumberland, the delight of tourists, to admire the beauties of the scene, saw a small funeral procession ...

    Article : 5,557 words
  4. MARIE, OR THE LITTLE QUEEN; AN HISTORICAL TALE OF FRENCH COLONIAL LIFE.

    THE doctor, as the event proved, was not deceived in his anticipations,— the Count was cured of his wound that, at first sight, appeared to be mortal. As soon as possible after his duel with Maubray, the Count was, ...

    Article : 4,996 words
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