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  2. CHAPTER XXI.

    THE next morning about half-past nine o'clock just as Gerard for the first tiuio that day went to the farmhouse door, and stood-fur moment or two on the ...

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  3. THE STORY-TELLER.

    There is, its the cou jurors say, no deception about this tale. Jukes by accident stumbled upon a village that is well-known to exist, though he is the ...

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    IT ia related of General Caprivi that hil ambition is, so long as he remains in power, to canse people to look upon poutioa as a bore, believing that aB the happiest ...

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