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  2. Poets' Corner.

    O weary Hands! that, all the day, Were set to labor hard and long, Now softly fall the shadows gray, The bells are rung for evensong. ...

    Article : 177 words

    What though Millwood was one of the quiete of quiet towns, so that in New South Wales it would have been difficult to find one quieter. People lived out their lives in it pretty much as they ...

    Article : 3,418 words
  4. Her Eyes.

    Her eyes are like unfathomable lakes When brightly o'er them morning radiance breaks; And yet the mariner had best beware, For many valiant hearts lie shipwrecked there! ...

    Article : 32 words
  5. Mangled Grammar.

    Sitting in a shady nook, Idly reading from a book, I caught a glimpse of of Claribel. The sunlight playing on her hair, ...

    Article : 114 words
  6. The Millwood Mystery. CHAPTER I.—THE TOWN OF MILLWOOD.

    Except for a brief period, when it formed the terminus of the Northern line of railway, Millwood has always been considered a remarkably slow going town. In appearance it has a quaint, ...

    Article : 737 words



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