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  3. Christmas Bells.

    "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, goodwill toward men." Ring, Christmas bells! on the morning air blending Truths from your joyful throats, ...

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  4. CHAPTER III.

    The next morning Mrs. Lindlake rose much earlier than usual, and with my help she left her room by 10 o'clock We were alone in the house, Wright far away in the ...

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  5. Adieu to the Mountains.

    Oh, fern-fringed streams and wooded heights, Where, tired of city dust and heat, I came to rest my weary feet, And feast mine eyes on lovely sights. ...

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  6. HOW I CAME TO AUSTRALIA. [For the BARRIES MINER.] CHAPTER I.

    IT was a mad scheme, but the madness of it did not strike me at the time. I often wonder how I could have won father's consent to the plan, but I did win it at ...

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  7. CHAPTER II.

    Time went on. I had been more than than six months with Mrs. Lindlake, and my life with her was by no means unpleasant; although one day passed very ...

    Article : 4,476 words
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