The father confessor: stories of death and danger

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Ward, Lock & Co., 1900 - 381 pages
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Contents

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7
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21
III
53
IV
67
V
101
VI
129
VII
155
VIII
183
IX
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X
213
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253
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XIII
305
XIV
313
XV
341
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Page 159 - ... tone which had become habitual to her, " but I don't see anything to laugh at for my part. You cannot remember, of course, and so you don't feel the difference ; but when I think what it used to be, and how changed it all is now " " Oh, dear me ! " said Christina, with a kind of sad impatience : and she got up from her chair and went to the window, and stood looking out at the mist in which the heath was shrouded, through which not even the lights from the house on the hill could be seen. It...
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