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  2. LITERATURE Original Poetry.

    THE man reclines in the seat with his arm Round the she-flend by his side, With the Devil behind in human form, And a Deaths-head postillion to ride; ...

    Article : 341 words
  3. My Cousins and I.*

    "DAISLY SACHEVEREL has made a conquest," I observe to Miss Maxwell, as we are resting after a lawn-tennis match, in which Captain Craymont and Daisy Sacheverel have just ...

    Article : 5,155 words
  4. The Storyteller.

    CARRISTON slept on late into the next day. Knowing that every moment of bodily and mental rest was a precious boon to him I left him undisturbed. He was still fast asleep ...

    Article : 2,282 words
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