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    AUNT KITTY had a cageful of canaries—that is, she had five. The children of the neighbour hood were always running in to see them; and she would take the cage down, and answer all ...

    Article : 1,331 words
  3. Ladies Column

    OH grandma sits in her oaken chair, And in lies [?]essio with tangled hair. "I'm going to be married, oh, grandma! I'm going to be married! Ha! ha! ha! ha!" ...

    Article : 181 words

    FROM our anchorage off the fishing village of Parramatta but very little could be seen of the fertile district of Aroma, the abiding place of the strongest and most powerful tribe on the ...

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  5. A Seminole Wedding and Green-corn Dance.

    COW CREEK is the unromantic name of a very romantically situated run on the edge of the Everglades, and there is where ambitious settlers have as yet failed to disturb the ...

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