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Neva's three lovers: A Novel

Neva's three lovers: A Novel

Harriet Lewis | Fiction
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Sir Harold Wynde, Baronet, was standing upon the pier head at Brighton, looking idly seaward, and watching the play of the sunset rays on the waters, the tossing white-capped waves, and the white sails in the distance against the blue sky.

When a Witch is Young: A Historical Novel

When a Witch is Young: A Historical Novel

Philip Verrill Mighels | Fiction
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The first, the last—the only King the Americans ever had, was dead. It was the 13th day of August, in the year 1676. The human emotions of the Puritan people of Massachusetts tugged at the shackles of a long repression and broke them asunder, in the seemly town of Plymouth. King Philip, the...

Betty Wales, B. A.: A story for girls

Betty Wales, B. A.: A story for girls

Edith K. Dunton | Fiction
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When I first knew Betty Wales she was a freshman at Harding College, with a sedate, comical roommate named Helen Chase Adams, and a host of good friends, who stood by her and one another all through the four years of their college course.

Dulcie Carlyon: A novel. Volume 3

Dulcie Carlyon: A novel. Volume 3

James Grant | Fiction
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A new emotion—a hot thirst for blood—was in the heart of Florian now; his whole nature seemed to have undergone a sudden and temporary change; and to those who could have seen him his face would have been found deadly pale, and his dark eyes full of sombre fury.

Dulcie Carlyon: A novel. Volume 2

Dulcie Carlyon: A novel. Volume 2

James Grant | Fiction
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'Something must be done, and deuced soon too, to separate this pair of spoons, or else they will be corresponding by letter, somehow or anyhow, after he has taken himself off; and Lady Fettercairn is always saying it is high time that something was definitely arranged between the girl and me! But...

Dulcie Carlyon: A novel. Volume 1

Dulcie Carlyon: A novel. Volume 1

James Grant | Fiction
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The excited speakers were a Peer, Cosmo, Lord Fettercairn, his wife, the Lady thereof, and their youngest son, Lennard Melfort, a captain of the line, home on leave from India, who had been somewhat timidly venturing to break—knowing the inordinate family vanity of his parents—we say to break...

His fortunate Grace

His fortunate Grace

Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton | Fiction
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“Are you quite sure?” Mr. Forbes laid down his newspaper, and looked with slightly extended mouth at his daughter who leaned forward in an attitude of suppressed energy, her hands clasped on the edge of the breakfast-table. The heiress of many millions was not handsome: her features were large...

Forest Friends

Forest Friends

Royal Dixon | Fiction
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It was a beautiful evening in the forest, and under the moonlight there was a great gathering of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Elephant, and the Kangaroos, the Foxes, and the handsome Leopards, even sprightly little Miss Lynx, and a number of the aristocratic jungle Deer were seated, all in a great...

Mr. Keegan's Elopement

Mr. Keegan's Elopement

Winston Churchill | Fiction
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THE northeast wind was very fresh that morning, and drove the seas before it briskly; but the Denver went at each of them in her bulldog fashion, and buried her white nose in them, and showered the crests of those which were specially boisterous in glistening spray over her forecastle.

The Yellow Hunter

The Yellow Hunter

T. C. Harbaugh | Fiction
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The bloody deed was committed in the forest of the Illinois, not far from Cahokia, on the Mississippi, and when the base-hearted Kaskaskia fled to his clansmen, with reeking hatchet, they sided with him, and, without a word in palliation of the crime, drove Pontiac’s followers from the hamlet.