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CHAPTER I: MARY'S MEADOW.

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Source(s): Mary's Meadow; 3/ 1/2008, p2-46, 45p

Abstract: Chapter 1 of the book "Mary's Meadow" is presented. It explores the lawsuit between the author's father against the Old Squire, a very rich neighbor who wants to buy the two fields beyond Mary's Meadow which belong to father. It features Saxon, a yello...

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CHAPTER XXXII: IN WHICH WE SEE CARINTHIA PUT IN PRACTICE ONE OF HER OLD FATHER'S LESSONS.

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Source(s): Amazing Marriage: Complete; 1/1/1895, p1, 6p

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Abstract: Chapter 32 of the book "Amazing Marriage: Complete" is presented. It cites the decision of Countess Carinthia to go to a castle to say goodbye to her husband Lord Fleetwood and consult him about a Christian name for their son. It states that Carinthia ...

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Chapter Ten: A strange Sail--We conceal ourselves--More Visitors--Old Friends--Embark on board a Man-of-War--Kindness of her Officers--Land at Point de Galle--A new Friend--Scenes in Ceylon--Sketch of the History of the Island--Colombo.

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Source(s): My First Voyage to Southern Seas; 1/1/1898, p118-129, 12p

Abstract: Chapter 10 of the book "My First Voyage to Southern Seas" is presented. The chapter details a young man's voyage to the sea, along with co-worker and his dog, after the ship Orion was burned. It relates how he and his other co-worker William Henley reu...

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