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Once more m England! Once more seated by the blazing fire, gazing upon the faces familiar to me in the boyhood of long ago, now scarcely recognised in the dim memory ...Article : 2,725 words
George's eyes were full of suppressed fun and triumph when Mr. McCallum met him at the door as he carried in the milk-pails for Jessie. He knew by intuition who the ...Article : 5,008 words
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In the cholera wards of the London Hospital, in a scene of suffering and death sufficient to try the stoutest heart, a lady-volunteer nurse has passed her time since the beginning of the epidemic, ...Article : 543 words
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