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  2. OUR NOVEL.

    The writer of "Under the Southern Cross" would like to speak a word of warning to intending readers. If they seek a tale of adventure, of deeds of daring, and ...

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  3. CHAPTER II.

    As day by day her father's heart seemed turned towards Rosamond, Lorne withdrew into herself. There were times when she might have had her sister's ...

    Article : 1,046 words
  4. CHAPTER III.

    When Lorne was eighteen her fondness for solitary rambles was greater than ever, but she had to seek farther afield for the dense shade her soul delighted in ...

    Article : 1,808 words
  5. CHAPTER I.

    More than twenty years ago John Prescott and his two young daughters, accompanied by an old woman who acted as housekeeper and nurse, arrived in Southern ...

    Article : 1,457 words
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