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    THE roll of drums, the bugle peal; The clink of spurs, and a martial tread; The prance of steeds, the rumbling wheel Of cannon. The sheen their bayonets shed ...

    Article : 157 words
  3. The Storyteller.

    IF his own people had not seen Gerald, neither had his sweetheart. Since that hurried visit just after Egham Meeting he had not set foot in Yorkshire; he had intended then ...

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  4. My Cousins and I.*

    "CAPTAIN CRAYMONT is making a long stay at the Villa," decides Mary, in the midst of a musical reverie, a week after my visit to Mrs. Cherritops. "He was at church again ...

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