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Mranftewaya Iran rang wya In Mr COllillltJY oniiiK liy William WilliamW1On WilliamTwnn illlnmrv
rv Twnn W1On on i tory > of Murder Imr Point IolntTI fnlOrltIIoflln fieorge fieorgeH
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nfT n in n purtilt of ftpirtirs He u killwl killwlin
in I woman I love 10 and he h hull pay the therrici Ih Ihrn iiirrl
rrici rn thouch I follow loll nw him him to hell Tin Tini 11 11I 1 1iia 1iiaI
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an anSI I tenarjnua t n man hilt unhappily for hi hirmiert hiI hiof
rmiert I I of overlnking Spurlltic < < hort ehortcf hortrf
cf S th h ultimate destination that Ih he h m mI m0tIwt i itlirH
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w fit I ihroilRh ihe th Hoftenerl Ice k into the thert Ih Ihrt thk
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however wv r to draw him out for the I tti toiler toilerf
nr 4 f ihe h Ho rlolI te IlofIm m a malevolent mill olftJI yellow yellowf 110 110h1
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purline rIing haJ fliej Ita It teeth in HtrRire HtrRirewar Htn1rhrDt MtrirT
war T A > hroat and rt th thlt weight of nil II fle fleot n nIllb Ihit
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w M 1 u asI ee i Htranreway mll mll l wrenchel wrenchelli wrnchItanr
li hand from rom flranuera and tank tanknrangr nnkmarrlel ok okfirnr
firnr marrlel Pe PpccY rr the Ih half lireni lirenif hrwtlliihtar
liihtar f the Ih Man fa with Ihe Ih IVad fioul fioultrirlinc RoulQrrttln 111 111In
trirlinc in g fleeln In ing from fWrangeway fWrangewayrr HI ranlty ranltyAI ttay ttayrraIi
rr rraIi AI le hi way ay III the th b Forbidden orhlcl lllv IIlvr l1lvrfl < r rWM I Iwa
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r l i therealiOIlt looked IWlk like Ilk lout f Mil MilIUto OIU toujbaril OIUanl
aril IUto h ri th the eye yi M < of the I h damned rtmn One Onetrni On Ont OnInttr
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wIt r li < h wad Soul iuil ul had lout liln hi iJ foul lo lot 0 0tonhpr
t timlier tnih r wolf wolftran olf olfrall n1ttratlgrA
< tran tratlgrA eri r liltler enemy nrn Holwrt Pil Pilf
f n tl It Hijdixmn Bar Tompany ronpanyA trader I Ic
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lerir Imiiilt I llt priest who mimt hay harni hayIaPi av avd
i IaPi d that th Canadian province r > ro In < of offc firm ofln
fc a iTi wnn tlie th partlrtilar limno of ofr I IQn
r in on fli > > ake aAle < J Pilgrim WKI who WHH WHHi WH WHI
i une luI It franer ranir what I h hit w aa foin In tii tiiti tJIt t tih
ih ti that thoroughly unhappy man mane lIIanrallllht
I e raught Mm him Hatd the tI ntlilww ntlilwwI rlthl rlthlIt rithulampufli
I pufli lcin It in l roplr r ply Treat him like Ilk a mad madI
< I hal h nrre arrt rrH t him at a one and nd lake lakewith tAk tAktRJc taktH4
tRJc > < with Ith m ma aa prlaoner to ffcxlo ffcxloWhen lod lodn toiiWhen
n When h n one I have 118 got him them themnuke thrllmalr
4 nuke him ronfeW ronf and Ret t together togethert I Ih It
t h > > evidcnm to II have him hanged banjtdhr1 han yd ydh4r11 I Iw
w r n heanl aorae qu qUfr er Ihinga thin con 1 I
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Ixuuuriil IIIIHIII yntiiiK woman with nohki quail quailtiej qualitl
tiej tl Vlien SiNirllng and Iranger 1m 1m1idln la hiIsliui
1idln from Iilcrim 01 HiukieV IIl1akl laUtu laUtulh IlIlanelUh lulanuiiIh
Uh lh < pl ilit iH whflrn hll the log wer wee kept keptthe I Ish sili
sh the swam lOW 8m out to t4 ti thu Inland at night lUj lUjpoilint aUIpUIIII sutpuluIuIg
poilint a liundln on h IIr r h h1I1 ad Aa A nhranif nh iiirum I Irom <
rom IHMT enough lo lw < rtTORmiiHl r < Iran IIranr Urangut Iranger
gut r whi < ered to SpiirluiR uarIiuig lfa 11 s smu IVpury IVpuryund 1ItIOan1
und mu R < pt l mlo the Ih river rI r to help hit hllmil h hit11t r rII
mil 11t lie II inuuhl lIacllllr her in IIIlu It hw in urm and tuk tukIng IlikIlin taktOg
tOg lier tiundte from h htor r drrw hr hrlo ia r rn
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in tin it tild M inch air a lender htatne 10111 ol olIin 01 01nn7 ohIini
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with ills excttemrnt zclt rnrnt iran tnnrur iir thought an a ht htI II II011 higarvii
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i nlrn how beautiful oh h Was Kreetl ll1II ll1III from fromi ftnihinr
i her conviiitional KuroMan Euro1ititlnri Uropall Rnnntnti Rnnntntithen fnnfnlthft
then waa Wa a grnc of r rb ln llion nl abollt atniutw oiit hei heii
i which w hrnught broti gi I her h r Into lii ii hurmonv with withtlH withtl Wi II IItPi
tlH tl fort rfl11 t ittivlrmiiiMnt which waa w wa ulo ulniin ulocI uloII1O1I1HI41
iin II1O1I1HI41 < T > nllnml > cI Tim 120 Inutile conlaintd U r reo reoynhr Iitynkr i iI
I volv ynhr r and food for thre th darn darnI 113 113Whn uizitVhn
I Vhin Granger und Spurling < < went up thr thrKurtilddon Ihurhlltlon tha1ir1iItion
Kurtilddon Illver nft nftnr r tin U hiddim gold goldthe ioltth ol1 ol1th
the th ttmlter wolf with the ROII IiluI 1111 of the Ih Man Manwith Mallih Mauiwilt
with ih the Iii IVud Soul wna wa Mill there It ItWIMH ItSinIrIirug
WIMH SpurliiiK I h by Ihi arm arlllilnal arm and wun wi wigluig drag dragging lr01 lr01Ithllt
ging him off if1 IT into the Ih foroot but wlun wlunOrunger wItiGrangur h11 h11Grnllltrr
Orunger np IIPIaltCl > eare < l and beat the th horrible horriblecreature horrilllraulII hcrriiluCratut
creature about the th head with hla rifle riflubutt rlnhult riflebitt
butt it Ixmndid off of in the dunk lx hclw IuIweun IuIweunth > tween tweentht n nth
th trot 1ft < trunks triinknI
I i hero Them I In no question but that Rpurlinc Rpurlinclen SpurlinI
I I cipturvoul len > > rv < sl > t1 the fnte fnt that overtook him when whenhe wh whh whnUn
Un he h wna 11 running niT with Orangera nflnlf < < r ahare ahareof
lor t of the hidden RoM tin II wit a thoroughly thoroughlyttt
I ttt Irrnrhlnu > tcht < niia and evil mnn He waa IultllIUI quite quiteoa
> oa a haul a ai the th ti timber wolf Granger aaw aawin tlnWIn eawIn
in a minis rnLrn traRe tragedy < ly that was a fnnctlnI enacting enactingItaelf
I Itaelf Iiii lf Hf 01111 tern nilea rit awuy He 1111111 MW Spurting Spurtingtrying RpurllnltI Sptirlingtrying
I trying tr in to to 0 litht li ht a llr lire Tltern 111co l Irti had been beenI
I a blixiutrd And Hpurling waa ws 11 In n chocking chockingj hOllclnlChiliI
j ntit Indeed his hi tacit hid th Ihft appear appearunco RII niaraut > t > ftr ftrUII18
aut unco of it t tIng 1ln > itivvrxl with a maak In of ofwaxen ofI ofwispn
I waxen lepro Ir y it I Itwa waa wa fn rnn > en aolkl anikihi Iid n allWf1II allWf1IIhi > were werehin
hin hi feet nnd hitn hinls M A second Hgum Hgumnpv nltu flguraaiqairt
npv 11 aiqairt p < iire fPC < l It carried CaIr tC1 in ita hand an axe axii axCIt >
i It crept up atertithlly liehind Hpurling HpurlingISpurllng HptrllncI
ISpurllng I Hpllrlin turnout hi Pita < head Trobablr wn wnexpreaiort 160wa inuzuvkn
expreaiort wa iilinervable in Ilia iIi iIiflrauigr iye iyeJrangsr 11 11nrall
Jrangsr nrall r thought that h ho MW that Ihllproion thattha ex expnMioii
pnMioii the Ih cornered aoui gexticiilaling IUIINOticlllaUnlChro1I1t ul gexticiilalingHhriekmR gesticulatiuigitiirking
HhriekmR for mercy from tho living I 1 In II eye eyein Y YIta yu yuIn
in th halfdmtd hlr dft fno fn When the 111 murderer murdereri
i i rnie rniIMI < l lila axe All he h MW III the Boula BOIIIIlllrlil BOIIIIlllrlilwnlh eotuluupItlIuulenwiinlh pitiful pitifulcowardice
cowardice < wnlh and mu how It Hhrnnk mnk The axe axecanx ax axc1nl axcatni
canx < cmaliinK down Thero waa wa no ne nucsi > l lto
to 11 atrike Ir k twtoe twl h hi fell limply backward backwardthrowing hckwaolthrowllllt backwusnithrowing
throwing bill arm out wide 111 We W heal healtato hltat huaitate
tat < > to tell 11 itn authors wcreta but the theperson lla llaon thItOn
person on with the Ih axi wan Peggy drn dft1 dft1In l lIn
In her hu huballl haiid clothes clothciI
i U t Murder Point tin ChrlMtma Kve KveI E Ewhfn Fv FvI
I I I I when Peggy rcturnel rcturflc Inarms her new newl n nI
I l toni > rn child I wan All ewn n by Granger rng r ant nndby 1111 antby < < 1 1hy
by H0in irn other keen k Vi perceive toUch toichthing toUchthillit uchthiuiga
thing that h wat attttuled atl t1Il by thwelead thweleadSpurlingK the that that4purhIngit
SpurlingK Hlirdow hrllo It rt IItd tutu > oil ronatantly ronatantlybehind rOManlli inntantlyIwhinti
i behind her moving n ahollt il > ut A Ai often aa Litturnst nhe nheturned h hlurll1
turned Sergeant Shut Shllttllck tuck of the Ih Vorth Vorthwe orl nrthw4t h ht
we w4t t Mounted Poe n oT y first the th di ditaut flitAlII Iii Iiitaut
taut cry rr or f a I Km timhr her wif f wa heard and andthe IIn1t
t the th Man lIn with ith the th evl > Sul So IuIl II Mepp stpEu1 to toth tnIh 1tti
th ti < door and an anwrucI wered it Then 1 MI Ser Serge Nor1l4l1t 4r1pi4iit
ge 1l4l1t nt Shalt iattui nk II ipi II > iinil > und wtid tiit 11 M MArr 1 1lurt Iftrtt
Arr lurt t > t you nil John irangir raflor on ul the Ih rharg chargeof rhargflf
of Iveitig hieing cnncHTtieil in th death rlMthf of Tor or orprnl orpnrnl
1 purnl Krlc Rrl rttrangewayi trnaMfA anil tICI < > f th n ilful ilfulmurder IlrtlmlltllPl iltiiimuiriir
murder of nt tie II Drue Spurlinc jour lr I In 44 44itulPli1 r rcttnpllce
cttnpllce n I II in thelit 1ur r IhemiM lb tuttt h hvmnlll hvmnlllrormr havi vemeant vemeantformer meant meantformerl
former crime whom wh von 01 I well 11 knowing knowingtht kn wlnl wlnlthpi
tht he h w wr 11 as fugitive from jutlcf jllI1 a aiMe I IIt aA aAiiiitiit
iiiitiit iMe It l to eoarw from the Kforiinentionn KforiinentionnKric tlorntlItion1Frlc
Eric Hringewayn Hr nca This fhl WR mon montrouely mnllI monittnull
I trouely tinjint nlIt nevertheless Granger Grangerwas
was tlcfll ken away to lx I hnngwl hnn hnng < < ° I The torv 114TYiwelt torvdwells 1Inriwn
dwells pnrtlctilaly nnd with Itlt thoroughly thoroughlydisturbing Ihmllithlyc1rhlnlC thoroughlyutiittirhIfl
disturbing lllu 1II11lrrtlnll trrtlon upon tl Idei hi iite that thatKle tht1i1I thatwi4it
wi4it 1i1I Kle uut elects the Ih mind ir > ii > y yV
V t llttlr Hook of r ITieerfnl rrllt > rr erP erPtIr n nIohn e eMr
Mr John Komiriik Hengs nc Song flf flfhPC if iftIucP > f ft
t tIucP hee hPC Sherman l hrI1 French anti nd company Tompanyrv companyItoston
rv nlon tonl I i4f e in ee iput 1 whrt hlt the title de decpre cl tieeIrs
cpre 11 eIrs Tho TtIeI e are a I little r nPmm > n Ireful grcvfiiland
and ni uiiIt > elcil rnd rill mrke br a phik phtikonphy phtikonphythat > phy phythat
that t if f old t yt 7 t happily lllustrateil and andexpressed andtht od
expressed tht th t It i itoelilllIth ili tlnctlya flleaureto flleauretohave Iruimuirtnhave
have h it a atminliteri l nlnl tere Snpposw HIII thl thlDinhna th 111fliphine t I
Dinhna has aa for t moment been disagree disagreerble uiiuiagretlP UflAau UflAauhl
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with wit They Th hare h many mnln Ingenious < < fnloll am amamusing anl anlnullOlnjt anamuuiIng
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I I fearful plight fur an hnucKt hOIl and innocent innocentwoman tnccontI
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deduction u I plain an honet and imio InIlUlIt InIlUlItwoman Inrliuentwoman vnt vntwoman
woman nhould 111I111 not hae Ia0 up upon < in her wn wnitcinnce triOI 1 1Ih
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I I wan 11 already married that when he wa waa wasA 11 11a
a mere child of 17 ah a140 hail hAlIIn been forced to tomarry I Imrry tomarry
marry Itolnrt Itih rt I tchmor hiutahrnouii > > n burglar who whoa wh wha wita
a few tninutHfl after th thft ceremony OIl1ll1 < my hftd hftdlieen 1IIIlieun
lieen 1 nrrvtrd for a great jewel robbery robberyafter rohl rohlnllr rolulueryaffrr
after which Robert had l been > een nnt nt Into Intopenal Intopoonal Intopunal
penal servitude for aeven year yr rs IVrhi IVrhihe 1frhII Iirhaaha
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lint the III Vlnooiint ton 00 had been India Indiacreet InUc InshuctPet
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had a hooking > erienc ln > Certain rtllill ap apparently II IIIlounlly lipIirntiy ¬
parently anthentlo document in th tim 1 1Ion iv ivscialon m meMlon
eMlon Ion of Major t olton of limtton who whofirmly whonrrnl whofirmly
firmly nrrnl Intended to makn prnlltahle mm mmof 11 11or ii iiof
of them told how Lord lerton cninn cninnhome rn rnhomll tntnohome
home to the Ih hotel during Ihe Ih flrct hours hniimof
of the h morning none the th better for dining diningout
out how he h met on the Maim IIIAi on Its first tlrittbinding 111Llndln firstbinding
binding a crowd of mon and women womennvmly wumenIy winneRmoedly
nvmly Iy quarrelling among themevc themevcth
th ti women wo with the th women the Ih men f fn with withthe wilhth wit witthe
the th men how hi hili lonUhlp Interfered Intrfr and andtruck nndIItnlck andstruck
truck one of the men who wna jimt about aboutIn JoIII JoIIItn
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in human form ntn hut a > eirl iri r or f great t IIlIty IIlItylady luatutya > MUty MUtya
a lady who had on many admirer o 8JO lher lherwere Ih Ihwr ttwrwpn
were hairs hll on her head on who h lived livedthe hivetithu
the Ihlil life of r IfaMton how the th two mell clwed clwedIn
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rniml 1tfOCl the lit attention of Ixird Ixrt n nrlheil
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i hot dead through thmll h the Ih hvirt hvirtrorlunateljr hnrtI teutriInrttintIy
rorlunateljr for the Ih Vi ienunt < v > iint Injor InjorI Ijorltnn
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the lla lKkii Iukuip II II > Itien i is n Rre rftt t d rtlln deal < Ml In the thet Ih Ihttry ti tistry
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I n flrrni4 endn nI off rr m nc < her honeymoon lth lthLionel nhsI h I IIIion1
Lionel I She Hh I happy Hive 11 fur 1Imp ime esi ea eanirkneiut I Iieknra I
nirkneiut She lih writ amtuilngly even MI of ofthat f fthat I IIhll I
I that W Wu are ar nearing m I Ml I otld 11 her herhiiAhand hArI herhuuahn4
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were Hearing the Ih Kingdom K of Heaven Heavenflwenda hlxvnOwenda
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ihotild have hs remained unmoved She Shement Sh ShmfoU1t Shemetnt
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he warn WI neglectful After that he h flirted flirtedwith flirtedwith t tith I
with ith I IAliy uly Illver 111 He II had I no r rJ6 cans u e at atall sitall I j jall
all for reproaching Owenda on account accountof A < < lInl lInlof
of Peter Dre Drtox1 el Ieter had made maf JJwen JJwendai < < W wita MI
dai fA acquaintance < pomewhat Informally InformallyHho I IHh
Mitt Hh had fallen wdeep in the th conservatory coniwnatoryat ronrvntnral
at a party and had imored OfPCl slightly IiRhll On Onwaking nnwllkin Onwaking
waking isle III found Peter Ir a stranger IranlrItArcilnlt re regarding 4egarding
garding her h with an n air of 0 mter inl inteit t She Sheoaked Hh Hhukt Sheaaked
oaked him if he li had snored nor Hi II mid Id she nhehad shelath Ia IahaI
had He II I won IUI utterly frank an hunt honeotman honwtroan I Imall
man a Inmtworlhy Not ot handnome like likeLionel Ilk Ilk1lonl likeIlonol
Lionel l hut it sterling uterllngLionel sterlingLIonel
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diversions with Iwidy Rivers The Th one onetime nn nnlim 100time
time huftlmiiil of that tI divorrtsl Lidy Lid gave gavehim gayhim
him a hornewhipping Oweivla n de dewTiption tiesetIption 1 1IIfTlplion
wTiption at t thia point int says BII Lionel LionelKwayod Iionlswayed
swayed wuyllln1 and fell 11 heavily forward striking olrlkinchiH Irlkln
hiH head violently lolntl against the h marble marblerift i icurd I IIIh
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thud I can hear It the th awful sound ll llonly IInlylivrod Ittinly
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to cotne cr again alI upon llpn that Ihlt sort of thud thudwe thur thurw
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reverently rtoyprily for good Ro After fter Ir Owenda had hadIxen hld hldII hintteen
teen II married mArrlN for twelve month lo it Peter Peterithii Ptre Petershut
shut e wan 1 tdl IIli completely and nel al abeoluitely abeoluitelyhappy 1hltl 1hltlhappy oliilely oliilelyhappy
happy Ho Ha woahn woahnThree was he henrff heThree
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for him d rdrNI tteprtM erted hla book hk atudie Iuti and andrpprentloed I
rpprentloed rpprnto himself to a blaeluimlth blaeluimlthnle blaollth blaollthlr
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proficient f1roncnt In the th amilhy mUh ohowe < l that thathe Ih thuhe L I
he wa wie wise quick to t leani Thus Tl wa warn well wellfor wellfor pi
jor for him for hi his labor lhra In behalf hlif of the thapoor tiepoor
poor r to whom who h he dedlcntnd delmtd hi iii life lifeInvolved l lifeInvolted I
Involved Inol11 the th solving llne of many problem prnblomaSor problemXor
Xor or wits 111 hi liii own ow life le without nerlnu nerlnuincident cerinuzeIneidnts rml rmlInddl
incident that called cll for forethought forethoughtind fOrthoueht fOrthouehtand
and cam c In their t lr treatment tltmtnt Kuch Huc n nman aman
m man ja b bhe ho wa warn mom than ordinarily ordinarilygood ornri ornrio ordinarIlygood
look at atmust mut inspire sentiment nentlmentIn
good o to lok atmut Insplr anliment anlimentIn
In women woe Mlcbaotldld Mlcfllld and In hi his effort effortfor etfortafor ror
for public Improvement Impernt were wr com cmpll cmpllCI1 complicited pi I IMtml
cited CI1 thereby the M 1 P Willcock Wlcka ha has told toldIn toldIII toldIn
In detail deti th the development delopnt of his hi char charot dr drel chairaOt4tr
aOt4tr ot el r In The Way W Up lh he John Lane LaneCompany rA1 LoneCompany
Copny Company Sew ew York and h hulntlurt hulntlurttho hss Introduced IntroducedI
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d day with wih II pressing pnslnl nodal III sItuation sItuationant Ituationind 1 tn tnDcl
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present form formn fo formIn
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I llll a i Icy camit CII honestly hOlell by I her polilicid poltcal poltcalI politicuilI
I opinions for her father Hlr ThomW18 Thom ITiomnswa
wa W18 a linny plotter plnllr She Sh met Irt Citptiln lplalllnUfII optatutIougtois
1 Doiigtis Irenuiynn under unutunl ulu8UI olr olri tr trCiIitataIicuc
i i ClintnticvM Clttl ntiil 111 fully rul lM Ixlln1 lievc < l him In Inl Inhe I Ibe
l he e Holland 10111 the highwayman JI Curt Curioutly Cul CulI CurtI
I outly ouelyoouih enough Uichanl Hchanl HUic Rt SLieuiy y who wan wana Wt Wta
a lad IIll lot thought thuultht that Tremaynn 1rmynl was wasHolland wo wojlnlan wasI
jlnlan I Holland Thta ht Was 11 not ills tll cnso C but butI hulHy
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lchiine I aeul In which whih Holland lollan1 was w Involved Involvedluul Involedhad involvedluiut
had lieen sucoscefiul uc e itful Kllraheth found rnlnd rnlndollt ftiuinihuitit foundout
out nil almut Captain Trvmnynn eventu eventually rpntu eventisally ¬
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I of r him aha l wan Wll fortunate to maka his hi hiI hitI
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Koutledge loutlIR A Son in England nRlnd and nel pith pullinbed ptlIIhr pithhistued >
linbed IIhr l hy > y K P Putton Uulon and Company Companyhere Cmn Cmnh
here h Tim TlI first part rt of the book U I given givenover alvenur givenover
over lo the Ih letter kt written wriltn to his hi mother motherby Iothpr IothprI
by I n boy I In his hi military 11111 college rIt They Theygive 11 11Ilr Theygive
give Ilr nn excellent tVInl picture of life l In almost almostany Rlmot RlmotI1Y itlnioctany
any I1Y ncluxil h1 und end 11 with n I doublx dOl hI bar barrelled hsrreIbMi ¬
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