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The Squatter and the Don

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Author: C. Loyal
Published: 1885
Language: English
Wordcount: 138,345 / 398 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 86.7
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 387
Added to site: 2011.10.09
mnybks.net#: 30867
Origin: gutenberg.org

A novel descriptive of contemporary occurrences in California

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he box on the table, saying:

"Aunt Newton, I am going away for a few days. Please take care of this box until I return or you hear from me. Good-by!" and he hurried away, for he had only barely time to catch the train going to New York.

Darrell was in New York for a few hours. He bought a finer suit of clothes, a very elegant light overcoat, hat and boots, and gloves to match, and thus equipped so elegantly that he hardly recognized himself, as he surveyed his figure in a large mirror of the furnishing store, where he was so metamorphosed, he took the night train for Washington.

It was early on a Sunday morning that Darrell arrived at Washington. He went to a hotel, entered his name, took a room, a bath and a breakfast, and then called a hack to go in search of Mary. He knew that was not an hour for calling, but he had business with Mary. His was no friendly visit; it was a matter of life and death with him.

He rang the bell, and presently he heard Tisha's flapping steps c

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