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    THEY tell us 'tis in vain we mourn-No sighs from earth bring back the dead; 'Tie not to call him from that bourne That these hot scalding tears we shed. ...

    Article : 186 words
  3. Selected Poetry.

    [MR. JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL, in finishing his speech at the unveiling of the bust of Gray at Pembroke College, Cambridge, said that "This would in all probability be the last ...

    Article : 283 words
  4. The Storyteller.

    THAT a man of Carriston's rank, breeding, and refinement should meet his fate within the walls of a lonely farmhouse, beyond the Trossachs, seems incredible. One would scarcely ...

    Article : 2,641 words
  5. My Cousins and I.*By ISABEL BANKS.

    MRS. VENTNOR'S congratulations have arrived at last, and arrived in a double portion too. They have come in the form of two letters—one duly addressed to Aunt Gladys ...

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