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  2. FOR THE CHILDREN.

    The night passed, and the morning dawned, bringing little comfort with it, however. More snow had fallen. The barriers round the cottage had ...

    Article : 610 words
  3. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT.

    On the night of the 15th of October, 18—, I, Charles Sutherland, medical doctor of the University of Edinburgh, member of the Royal College of ...

    Article : 2,255 words
  4. CHAPTER II.

    Although this narrative will be chiefly concerned with events in which I had little more than a spectator's interest, it may be as well to explain ...

    Article : 1,173 words
  5. THE SYMPTOMS WHICH WE SEE IN FACES.

    We all know when a tropical wind storm is coming. A terribly opressive day, a slow dying away of whatever breeze there is, then a sudden ...

    Article : 804 words
  6. LETTERS FROM THE LITTLE ONES.

    Dear Flamingo,—Winter is coming on, and many of your young readers will look for something to amuse. them doors. I would suggest they ...

    Article : 1,191 words
  7. CHAPTER IV.

    George Green was lying at the bottom of a precipice, from which it was plain he had fallen. Sarah Green was found at the summit of the precipice. ...

    Article : 794 words
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