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  2. CHAPTER XIII.

    On the following morning Matthew Bolton and Phillip Armstrong met at the breakfast table, but not a word passed respecting the scene of the night before. Mr. Bolton appeared busy with the Sydney paper, while Phillip conversed in a ...

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  3. CHAPTER XV.

    Matthew Bolton knowing nothing of what had taken place, of how Janet and Phillip had learned to understand each other, and impatient to bring his plans to a successful close, resolved upon a bold stroke—he would give a ball, to ...

    Article : 1,979 words
  4. CHAPTER XIV.

    Phillip Armstrong and James Kingston met each other frequently during the next few days, sometimes at Sam Carter's, sometimes at Mr. Bolton's, and sometimes in the neighbourhood of Throwaway Creek, where Edith Armstrong ...

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