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    IN the old log hut the shepherd lay, His fevered cheek by the hot wind fanned; And he dreamt of the dear ones far away, And the fields and the flowers of his native land. ...

    Article : 142 words
  3. Selected Poetry.

    MARC COOK ("Van Dyke Brown"), the young poet who died in Utica recently of consumption, (says the Boston Times) left one or two poems touching his sickness and the ...

    Article : 281 words
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    THE DANCING MASTER PROVES INCORRIGIBLE. A LETTER from Aunt Mary confirmatory of Thorndyke's words did much to reconcile Ellen to Gerald's present course of life. That ...

    Article : 2,699 words
  5. The Storyteller.

    IT was quite dark ere Sir George reached the locality indicated in the letter—a dingy cul de erne abutting on the river. He left his cab within hail, and the better to avoid notice ...

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