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Ruth Fielding at Briarwood Hall

or Solving the Campus Mystery

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Published: 1913
Language: English
Wordcount: 42,594 / 128 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 74.3
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,116
Added to site: 2009.06.23
mnybks.net#: 24512
Origin: gutenberg.org
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g illness has been a great expense to them. Hello! here we are at the station, with plenty of time to spare."

Mrs. Murchiston was not going with them; the trio of young folk were to travel alone, so Tom took the tickets, got the trunk checks, and otherwise played escort to the two girls. There were several friends at the station to bid the Camerons good-bye; but there was nobody but the stationmaster to say a word to Ruth Fielding. It was his lame daughter whom they had been discussing with Dr. Davison--an unfortunate girl who had taken a strong liking for Ruth, and for whom the girl from the Red Mill, with her cheerful spirit and pleasant face, had done a world of good.

The train was made up and they got aboard. Just below Cheslow was the Y where this train branched off the main line, and took its way by a single-track, winding branch, through the hills to the shore of Lake Osago. But the young folks did not have to trouble about their baggage after leaving Cheslow, for that was checked through

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