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er'd been drinkm'-, n. he laid hands
on Terry, and Terry flew off like a
colt with the-bars down. Ah, Lord,
Lord, he was the pick o' the posy,
wild as he was. And cruel, too, he
was in goin' for him and her" a
"hand flung toward the bedroom door
"was niver the same after Terry
Her eyes filled with tears which she
dashed away, and her face turned to
the man without. " 'Twas a week
after Terry wint, he came. He'd seen
Terry down by the new railway, and
they'd been drinkm together, and
whin he stepped in out o' the rain,
'twas like a link with Terry, for he'd
seen him since we had, and "
Suddenly she opened the front
door and put her head out.
"Come in out o' the rain, Nolan,"
she said sharply.
""Nelan Doyle's his name."
"And Nolan Doyle what does he
do?" He knew well what he did not
do, for the fellow's discreditable fame
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"Terry, Terry, Me Own Boy!" Me Cried, ana Was Caugnt irrthe Strong Arms.