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  2. CHAPTER XVII.

    Phillip found his stay in Sydney prolonged from the few days into two or three weeks, and, to say the truth, he was not sorry; for he did not care to return to a dwelling in which the evil spirit of Martha Woolston cast its evil shade ...

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  3. CHAPTER XVIII.

    "ANOTHER terrible row," wrote Edith a few days after this to Janet Carter, " I believe Mrs. Woolston will drive Phillip to do something desperate if she goes on in this way. Poor fellow, he did his best to please her I am sure, for a ...

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  4. CHAPTER XIX.

    And still Matthew Bolton's letter was unanswered; in fact, it was forgotten. Then when that morrow's morrow came, it brought a hard word to Phillip—a word which sent the blood back cold into ...

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