Stories by American Authors

Volume 4

Author: H.C. Bunner
Published: 1884
Language: English
Wordcount: 45,840 / 134 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 74
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 545
Added to site: 2007.08.26
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MISS GRIEF By CONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON

LOVE IN OLD CLOATHES By H. C. BUNNER

TWO BUCKETS IN A WELL By N. P. WILLIS

FRIEND BARTON'S CONCERN By MARY HALLOCK FOOTE

AN INSPIRED LOBBYIST By J. W. DE FOREST

LOST IN THE FOG By NOAH BROOKS

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d out for the evening, and I knew that if I should go I should meet Miss Abercrombie. I said to myself that I would not go. I got out my paper for writing, I made my preparations for a quiet evening at home with myself; but it was of no use. It all ended slavishly in my going. At the last allowable moment I presented myself, and--as a punishment for my vacillation, I suppose--I never passed a more disagreeable evening. I drove homeward in a murky temper; it was foggy without, and very foggy within. What Isabel really was, now that she had broken through my elaborately-built theories, I was not able to decide. There was, to tell the truth, a certain young Englishman--But that is apart from this story.

I reached home, went up to my rooms, and had a supper. It was to console myself; I am obliged to console myself scientifically once in a while. I was walking up and down afterward, smoking and feeling somewhat better, when my eye fell upon the pasteboard box. I took it up; on the cover was written an addre

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