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CHAPTER XIII: THE HEART OF A FATHER.

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Source(s): Mary Gray; 1/ 1/1909, p55-59, 5p

Abstract: Chapter 13 of the book "Mary Gray" is presented. It explores the feelings of General Drummond towards his sister-in-law where he and her daughter Nelly had hardly ever had a thought of certain affection grew up on Nelly's part for Lady Drummond. It cit...

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Chapter Thirty Nine: Daygo meets his Match.

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Source(s): Cormorant Crag: A Tale of the Smuggling Days; 3/ 1/2008, p307-314, 8p

Abstract: Chapter 39 of the book "Cormorant Crag: A Tale of the Smuggling Days" is presented. It describes the emotions of the two friends Vincent Burnett and Michael Ladelle because they obtain freedom after many years of being imprisoned by the smugglers. It e...

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Chapter Twenty Six: The Pirate Captain of their Dreams.

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Source(s): Cormorant Crag: A Tale of the Smuggling Days; 3/ 1/2008, p215-220, 6p

Abstract: Chapter 26 of the book "Cormorant Crag: A Tale of the Smuggling Days" is presented. It narrates the resentment and regrets of Michael Burnet for helping the men because he and his friend Vincent Burnet were treated like prisoners. It describes the ange...

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CHAPTER XXII.

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Source(s): Danvers Jewels & Sir Charles Danvers; 1/1/1886, p157-162, 6p

Abstract: Chapter 22 of the book “Sir Charles Danvers” is presented. It explores the role of Ruth Deyncourt's past commitment with Charles Danvers which made her felt depressed and miserable. It highlights the reencounter of Ruth Deyncourt and Charles Danvers th...

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CHAPTER IV: TO THE RESCUE.

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Source(s): Motor Girls Through New England: Or, Held by the Gypsies; 3/ 1/2008, p14-17, 4p

Abstract: Chapter 4 of the book "The Motor Girls Through New England: Held by the Gypsies" is presented. It narrates a scene to the rescue of Walter Pennington when they were stranded in the Island. The highlight of the story as well as girls and the boys emotio...

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CHAPTER VI: OUT OF THE DEEP OF DEATH.

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Source(s): Out of the Deep: Words for the Sorrowful; 3/ 1/2008, p26-31, 6p

Abstract: Chapter 6 of the book "Out of the Deep: Words for the Sorrowful" is presented. It cites that people are afraid of dying because they are afraid of not going to heaven, and they feel that to go into the next world was to be turned out into the dark nigh...

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CHAPTER XXXIV: CONTAINS DEEDS UNRELATED AND EXPOSITIONS OF FEELINGS.

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Source(s): One of Our Conquerors: Complete; 1/1/1891, p202-207, 6p

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Abstract: Chapter 34 of the book "One of Our Conquerors, Complete" is presented. It explores the characteristics of a pair of wooers. This chapter describes the ashen look of the rise out of death from one of our mortal wounds, was caused by deeper convulsions i...

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CHAPTER 19: MASKS OFF.

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Source(s): Four-Day Planet; 1/ 1/1961, p84-92, 9p

Abstract: Chapter 19 of the book "Four-Day Planet" is presented. It describes the surprise shown on the face of newsman Walter Boyd and his friends that Bish Ware is a Terran Federation Executive Special Agent. It discusses the revelation of Ware that the real n...

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CHAPTER VII: BROADER VIEWS.

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Source(s): Farringdons; 3/ 1/2008, p55-66, 12p

Abstract: Chapter 7 of the book "The Farringdons," by Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler is presented. It focuses on the feelings of Elisabeth Farringdon of Osierfield Works in England towards Christopher Thornley, her new friend. It discusses how much she adored him for...

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CHAPTER IX: FELICIA FINDS HAPPINESS.

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Source(s): Farringdons; 3/ 1/2008, p74-89, 16p

Abstract: Chapter 9 of the book "The Farringdons," by Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler is presented. It focuses on the intimate relationship between Felicia Herbert, close friend of Elisabeth Farringdon of Osierfield Works and her former lover Alan Tremaine. It discuss...

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