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    OUR ploughman Burns! Let us regard The Ayrshire-born and heaven-taught bard, We now revere his name: His race on earth was quickly run. ...

    Article : 261 words
  3. Carriston's Gift.*

    THE advantage to one who writes, not a tale of imagination, but a simple record of events, is this :—He need not be bound by the recognised canons of the story-telling art—need not ...

    Article : 1,654 words
  4. The Storyteller.

    THE ride was very pleasant, quite worthy to be enjoyed without any ulterior object than its own pleasantness. They rode slowly, cantering only where a green flat was irresistible. ...

    Article : 2,390 words
  5. My Cousins and I.

    TRUE to, my promise to Mrs. Cherritops, I call at the Wards' cottage the next morning when I am in the village. The girl has not returned from the schoolhouse when I enter, ...

    Article : 1,927 words
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