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  2. THE VEILED LADY

    The girl stood in the doorway, swinging her big garden hat by the strings. "When are you two coming to tea?" she cried. "Doctor, you know you promised ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,844 words
  3. CHAPTER II.—THE VEILED LADY.

    Colonel Hardene put up at an old-fashioned hotel in Kensington, a place in which he had usually stayed during his rare visits to town. He was by ...

    Article : 1,648 words
  4. CHAPTER III.—THE MONEY LENDERS.

    The Honorable Derek Lawlor made a slight grimace when his man brought in his morning cup of tea. Ordinarly, he was a youth of cheerful countenance with ...

    Article : 3,279 words
  5. CHAPTER IV.—THE FIRST ATTEMPT.

    At Hyde Park Corner the taxi-cab driver put his fares down. Already Der[?]k had told Doris of the necessity for caution in case, by any chance, the police should ...

    Article : 6,852 words
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