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When Dreams Come True

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Author: Ritter Brown
Published: 1912
Language: English
Wordcount: 94,895 / 276 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 55.8
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 405
Added to site: 2009.04.24
mnybks.net#: 23970
Origin: gutenberg.org

There is a tradition extant among the Indiansof the Southwest, extending from Arizona to theIsthmus of Panama, to the effect that, Montezumawill one day return on the back of an eagle, wearing a golden crown, and rule the land once more;typifying the return of the Messiah and the rebirthand renewal of the race.

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nd of a year, however, he received word from his uncle informing him that the Ministry to Greece would be open to him if he chose to accept it. Jubilant over the prospect of reëntering the world of Diplomacy so soon, he immediately telegraphed his acceptance, and the following day addressed a letter to the girl he had known from his youth, Blanch Lennox, whose character, personal charm and ambition marked her as the one to share the future with him. There was as little doubt in his mind that she would accept him, as there was in hers that he would make the proposal; and when a week later, he received a telegram confirming his conjecture, the answer came as a matter of course.

The business at the mines was settled, but Mexico and her people were a new experience. Its vast expanse of plains, virgin forests and wild sierras lured him on; and in the company of a friend whose acquaintance he had made at the mines, he passed the remaining time left at his disposal traveling in the interior of the countr

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