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    A SHIPWRECKED seaman, after weary days Of wandering in a strange and perilous land, Without a friendly voice or friendly face, Amid the dangers upon either hand. ...

    Article : 322 words
  3. My Cousins and I.*

    " YOUR trip to Antwerp was a bitter disappointment to Mrs. Cherritops," suggests Miss Hartfield, as we are standing in the schoolroom at the close of the missionary meeting. "It ...

    Article : 4,573 words
  4. A Day-Dream.

    IT 'was but a dream let me think of it still, As a charm to smooth over life's ragged hill; For life, then, was the shore of a sun-lit sea, Whence surely must come to some one and me ...

    Article : 266 words
  5. Selected Poetry.

    TWAS thus the Dervish spake: " Upon our right There stands unseen, an angel with a pen, Who notes down each good deed of ours, and then ...

    Article : 107 words
  6. The Storyteller.

    I MUST confess, in spite of my affection for Carriston, I felt inclined to rebel against the course which matters were taking. I was a prosaic matter-of-fact medical man; doing my ...

    Article : 1,732 words
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