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  2. CHAPTER V.

    In spite of Tait's methodical habits, circumstances beyond his control often occurred to upset them. On the previous day the unexpected arrival of Claude had altered his plans ...

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  3. CHAPTER VI.

    This astonishing statement was received by Claude with a disbelieving smile; and so convinced was he of its untruth that he affected anger at what he really believed to be ...

    Article : 1,885 words
  4. SONS OF FIRE.

    The windows were darkened at Fendyke. The passing bell had tolled the years of the life that was done, sounding solemnly and slowly across the level fields, the deep narrow ...

    Article : 1,486 words
  5. CHAPTER XVIII.

    "I wonder how many lives there are like mine is this prosperous England of ours, eminently respectable, comfortable, and altogether protected from the worst hazards of ...

    Article : 7,022 words
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