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  2. The Storyteller.

    HORROR-STRICKEN at the aspect of this den, Pâquerette recoiled on the very threshold. Surely it would be better to sleep under the open sky, to lie in a ditch, than to inhabit such ...

    Article : 4,609 words
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    MR. DURNFORD was a man who understood the art of dining. He was fastidious in all his tastes, and in none more so than in the pleasures of the table. He had various ...

    Article : 2,269 words
  4. An English Girl.

    THE next morning it was proposed to take Ethel to the Museum and Art Gallery, and to show her a little of Melbourne; for the boat for Launceston would not leave until late in the ...

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