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Page 128 - Tom," called the new-comer in a voice loud enough to be heard at the other end of the village. " Hullow," cried the landlord as he turned round.
Page 40 - ... the partitioned office, its window plastered over with bright posters suggestive of transatlantic travel, had something of the air of a ship's cabin, and the young man might well have been the skipper of some magic ship to carry passengers away to life and glory. Glancing up at Kiril, the young man moved his pipe from one side of his mouth to the other, and at that moment the telephone bell rang. As though anxious not to lose a moment of his invaluable time, he turned enquiring eyes toward Kiril...
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Page 17 - Couenant &c of Two hundred and fifty acres of land lying on the west side of...