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Bennie Ben Cree

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Author: Arthur Colton
Published: 1900
Language: English
Wordcount: 20,240 / 55 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 82.9
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 647
Added to site: 2006.04.23
mnybks.net#: 13251
Genre: Nautical
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LACRIM® RERUM--THE THREE MEN IN THE PUBLIC.

It was in the latter part of September that I first observed the three strangers at the corner table in the public room, though they may have been there before. Afterwards, whenever passing through, I would look for them, and they were noticeable men; the eldest of the three an easy-looking gentleman with an air of commanding and greyish hair and beard; the second, who always sat beside him against the wall, was odd and humorous in his manner and had a look of imperturbable happiness, round faced, smooth-shaven, with straight hair and rather long, thin lips sticking out when something amused him, a well-muscled, large-framed man; the third stranger always sat opposite the others, with his back and square, slender shoulders to the rest of the room. And when all three men were there, the first two seemed to talk to the third loudly and genially; but sometimes these two came alone, and then they talked to each other and were more quiet.

One afterno

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Quick, light read set in US Civil War


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