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  2. Mrs. Ord.

    The pestilence was dying out in Lilburne. People were settling down to bear the sorrow of their bereavements, and those families which had escaped were beginning to breathe freely under the relief. Among these latter were the ...

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  3. Tales.

    Mr. Ashford, the Minor Canon, had, anyone would have supposed, as tranquil yet as pleasantly occupied a life as a, man could have. He had not very much of a clergyman's work to do. There was no need for him to harass himself ...

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