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  2. CHAPTER II.

    Phillip Armstrong had been at one of the leading private schools near Sydney about three years when his father died. A lover of study, he had succeeded there almost beyond the highest expectations which had been ...

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  3. CHAPTER IV.

    No sooner was it known among Matthew Bolton's friends that he had, in a manner, adopted the children of John Armstrong, than they gave expression to their dissatisfaction in various ways; for the disappointment thereby ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,503 words
  4. CHAPTER III.

    So Edith and Walter went to the bachelor home of Mr. Bolton, a large, rambling, weatherboard structure, erected on a broad, rocky plateau, from whence magnificent views of the surrounding country were obtained. ...

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