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  2. YOUNG FOLKS

    When the postman's whistle blew early one morning in December Doris ran out to meet him, and returned bearing a letter the address of which wobbled up and down over the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,272 words
  3. LARRY.

    One bright Sunday morning Dora was waiting at the road for her cousin to drive her to Sunday-school. By-and-bye, she saw him coming up the ...

    Article : 1,154 words
  4. TO A CHILD.

    Tell me, my little one, fashioned so slenderly. What gives the dreams which thou dreamest their sheen? Whence are the smiles that enchain me to ...

    Article : 286 words
  5. YOUNG FOLKS' CORRESPONDENCE BOX.

    Letters from Young Folks under 18 years will be answered in this column. Stories and verses will be read and criticised, and if suitable may find a place on the "Young Folks'" Page. The age of the ...

    Article : 401 words
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