The Theatre of Life (Google eBook)

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John P. Fuller, 1881 - Short stories, English - 271 pages
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Page 111 - I'll give you the soundest thrashing you ever had in your life...
Page 144 - In. all the world, there was no one to whom he could look for help, save himself alone.
Page 116 - He would go out early in the morning, and return late at night.
Page 189 - There had been a time, and that not so long ago, when the name of Reuben Earle was famous through the length and breadth of the land.
Page 224 - An eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth a son for a son.
Page 91 - Bradley died, and then it was found that he had left the farm to his wife during her lifetime, and at her death to his...
Page 120 - But it was no good being cross now; the mischief was done, and he must make the best of it.
Page 121 - ... a large sum of money from his employers, and fled the country.
Page 160 - I don't know what to do," he said. " I should like to go and see it, but there are many reasons why I don't care to go to London.
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