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  2. A DERBY TRAGEDY.

    It is a bad thing, in some cases, to be left ten thousand pounds: it was a bad thing for Charlie Dalton. Deluding himself into the idea that he was a millionaire, he settled him ...

    Article : 2,344 words
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  4. A PASSING EPISODE.

    Paul met her at a reception given by literary women at a club near the Strand, and he liked her at once. About her was that wholesome, sweet air which belongs to a well-bred English ...

    Article : 1,274 words
  5. THE NEW GRAVEYARD.

    It was almost twenty years ago, when the club was young and had more hot blood in it than now, though we are not quite a set of Miss Nancey's yet; I think. But from the first ...

    Article : 1,181 words
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  7. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.

    All sufferers from coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma, and irregular action of the heart are earnestly recommended to rub Holloway's Searching Ointment well over the thro[?] ...

    Article : 545 words
  8. HALF THE BAND SULKED

    The last e[?]hoes of one of Sousa's overtures was just dying away over the sand bills south of the grounds, when General Schofield stepped in front of the band, and saluted the ...

    Article : 214 words
  9. MR. GLADSTONE AT THE GAIETY.

    The Gaiety was during a long period of its career the home of the legitimate drama and of high-class comedy. Charles Mathews made some of his most famous appearances there, ...

    Article : 163 words
  10. THE LADY AND THE BONNET.

    Once a lady bought a bonnet, With an ostrich feather on it, And proceeded then [?] don it; Not to show it, ...

    Article : 197 words
  11. EPITAPH TO MY DOG.

    At last, brave dog, hast thou turned tail in night-- Since thou,like other dogs, nast had thy day-- E'en to that happy land where does delight ...

    Article : 117 words
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    Policeman: Move on, there Street-boy (after reaching a safe distance) : Yer needn't a been scared. I wasn't watchin' yer. ...

    Article : 84 words
  13. AN UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE.

    Vivian (at the club): Come, let's go home. Carl: Heavens! Why it's only eleven o'clock ! I can't go home at this time of night. ...

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