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  3. THE GAME OF CRICKET-MATCH.

    MASTERS THE EDITOR,—My distinguished countryman, Max O'Rell, has represented the manners of the English people, their religion, their politic, etc., and truly their games; but ...

    Article : 1,182 words
  4. THE BONDMAN.*

    When the Fairbrothers left Government-house after their dirty work was done, Jacob was well content with himself, but his brothers were still grumbling. ...

    Article : 1,549 words
  5. III.

    Out again in the chilly dusky air, with the hard snow under foot, the Fairbrothers trudged along. Jacob gloomed as dark as any pitch, and Thurstan's red eves, like fire of ice, probed him with ...

    Article : 287 words
  6. IV.

    Greeba sat in her room, trying to cheat time of its weary hours by virtue of much questioning of her little English maid, who from time to time brought news of Michael Sunlocks. He ...

    Article : 354 words
  7. CHAPTER XXIV.

    When the Fairbrothers, in the first days after their coming to Iceland, started inquiries touching the position and influence of Michael Sunlocks, thinking thereby to make sure of their ...

    Article : 3,603 words
  8. V.

    In his little silk skullcap and spectacles the Lagmann came back, for he was Judge and Speaker in one, and found Michael Sunlocks alone. At a glance he saw that the trouble of ...

    Article : 252 words
  9. FUSS AND FEATHERS.

    It was one of those June mornings when all nature is happy and gay. The meadow larks poured forth their melodies, and the modest linnets joined their sweet notes to the chorus. ...

    Article : 2,586 words
  10. VI.

    Michael Sunlocks was turning round from the stove when Greeba entered, and for all the womanly courage with which she tried to carry herself before him, he could see that she looked ...

    Article : 1,457 words
  11. THE LATE WILKIE COLLINS.

    Mr. Edmund Yates gives in the World some recollections of his friend the late Mr. Wilkie Collins, in the course of which he says:— "It was while engaged on the composition of 'The ...

    Article : 285 words
  12. THE SWEETEST MAID.

    There's no art nor studied poses In her motions, in her case; But her checks rellect the roses That breathe sweetness on the breeze; ...

    Article : 149 words
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