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  2. THROUGH THE WINDOW.

    After his legs were set, they carried Bailey into the study and put him on a couch before the open window. There he lay, a live--even a feverish man down to the loins, and below that ...

    Article : 3,153 words
  3. A STORY OF WATERLOO.

    We must go back to the days of Lafont, incomparable comedian, and Lesuouer, a perfect representative of old men, to find a parallel to the marvellous picture of senility, pathetic, ...

    Article : 1,774 words
  4. THE WORLD WE LIVE IN.--STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS.

    Reginald Vaughan, journalist, was smoking a solitary midnight pipe in his chambers when there was a knock at the door. He looked up, without rising from his chair. "Hullo Ensor," ...

    Article : 1,375 words
  5. SAYING GOOD BY.

    I had written just a line--a short discreet line, with no postscript or anything dangerous about it--to say that I was going away. I posted the missive with resolution, bride and pang. It ...

    Article : 1,544 words
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