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The Prodigals and Their Inheritance

The Prodigals and Their Inheritance

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“IS it to-night he is coming, Winnie?” “Yes, father. I have sent the dog-cart to the station.” “It was unnecessary, quite unnecessary. What has he to do with dog-carts or any luxury? He should have been left to find his way as best he could. It is not many dog-carts he will find waiting at his beck and call. That sort of indulgence, it is only putting nonsense in his head, and making him think I don’t mean what I say.”
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