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  2. OUR BUDGET OF STORIES.

    CHAPTER XlV.—Father and Daughter. While the inquest and the funeral were keeping the attention of the neighbourhood fixed upon Quare Park and its ...

    Article : 5,584 words
  3. THE BEPORT.

    (Translated French.) Several Parisian Journalists ware taking shipper together. Over their cigars they recounted their professional adven- tures. One of the most celebrated among ...

    Article : 1,224 words
  4. THE ECONOMISTS

    "Being engaged will bare its drawbacks," he said. "I shall hare to begin to save money, for example, and once you start doing that sort of thing there's no ...

    Article : 1,116 words
  5. A SOLOMONIC JUDGMENT.

    I was travelling with a friend on the Steamboat between Sevres and Mendon. We were talking about a certain Parisian judge, whose name was often mentioned ...

    Article : 733 words
  6. CLEAR AS CRYSTAL.

    It has become quite a habit with Crysts to call me her dear old guardian, and laugh. I do not object to it strongly. Indeed, to veil the truth. I Cannot find it ...

    Article : 1,567 words
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