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    PRAY linger a while O'er this country scene: 'Tis the first of May; high up in the trees The blackbird, half hid in his leafy screen. Is warbling the sweetest of plaintive pleas.` ...

    Article : 424 words
  3. From Post to Finish.*

    THE announcement of the winner on the telegraph board was greeted with ominous silence. The Ring as a rule take their punishment without flinching, but men cannot be ...

    Article : 1,977 words
  4. The Storyteller.

    LYSTER ASHLEY had paid two visits to Jack Masters since the day on which he had met Adine at the humpy. Jack's leg was now quite beyond the need of doctoring, and Lyster had ...

    Article : 1,863 words
  5. My Cousins and I.*

    IN less than an hour after Dr. Cobden's departure from the Manor I set out for the Hall for official confirmation of the report he has brought of us the village hero-Humphery ...

    Article : 2,566 words
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