Born in Exile

Born in Exile

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The summer day in 1874 which closed the annual session of Whitelaw College was marked by a special ceremony, preceding the wonted distribution of academic rewards. More info →
Henry Ryecroft

Henry Ryecroft

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For more than a week my pen has lain untouched. More info →
In the Year of the Jubilee

In the Year of the Jubilee

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At eight o'clock on Sunday morning, Arthur Peachey unlocked his front door, and quietly went forth. More info →
Nether World, The

Nether World, The

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In the troubled twilight of a March evening ten years ago, an old man, whose equipment and bearing suggested that he was fresh from travel, walked slowly across Clerkenwell Green, and by the graveyard of St. James Church stood for a moment looking about h More info →
New Grub Street

New Grub Street

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As the Milvains sat down to breakfast the clock of Wattleborough parish church struck eight; it was two miles away, but the strokes were borne very distinctlu on the west wind this autumn morning. More info →
Odd Women,The

Odd Women,The

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"So to-morrow, Alice,"said Dr. Madden, as he walked with his eldest daughter on the coast-downs by Clevedon, "I shall take steps for insuring my life for a thousand pounds." More info →
Unclassed, The

Unclassed, The

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There was strange disorder in Miss Rutherford's school-room, wont to be the abode of decorum. More info →
Workers in the Dawn

Workers in the Dawn

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Walk with me, reader, into Whitecross Street. More info →