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  2. TALES FOR CHRISTMASTIDE.

    Mrs. Galbraith was a wealthy lady, full of caprices which she had always been in a position to gratify. Therefore, when she took it into her head that it was desirable for her ...

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  3. CHAPTER II.

    When Stephen Fullerton re entered the morning-room he found two visitors there, the popular curate of Danesborough, Charles Dene, and a certain Frank Forrester, the ...

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