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  2. The Storyteller.

    AS ill-luck would have it, some two or three days after the hawker's visit, young Popplejoy, —the "jackaroo"—was sent out with a horse and cart and a letter from the manager of the ...

    Article : 2,405 words
  3. Aunt Parker.*

    IT was altogether a now and novel experience in my life, and I prepared myself to enjoy it to its full. I breathed more freely Aunt Parker was gone; I was my own ...

    Article : 5,824 words

    ONCE more the birthday of Christ draweth near; Once more we hear that sweet story of old; Once more the bells ring out joyous and clear, Calling the weary to rest in Christ's fold; ...

    Article : 348 words
  5. The Pilgrimage to Keelaar.

    THE mother stood at her window; The son on his pillow lay: "Arouse thee, arouse thee, Wilhelm, For the pilgrims pass this way!" ...

    Article : 612 words
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