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Thomas Wingfold, Curate

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Published: 1876
Language: English
Wordcount: 164,628 / 448 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 57.7
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 888
mnybks.net#: 4635
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one concerning the affairs of a universe, why should they not comfort each other by sitting down together in the dust?

"No hair it boots thee whether from Inachus Ancient descended, or, of the poorest born, Thy being drags, all bare and roofless-- Victim the same to the heartless Orcus.

All are on one road driven; for each of us The urn is tossed, and, later or earlier, The lot will drop and all be sentenced Into the boat of eternal exile."

Having thus far succeeded with these two stanzas, Wingfold rose, a little pleased with himself, and climbed the bank above him, wading through mingled sun and wind and ferns--so careless of their shivering beauty and their coming exile, that a watcher might have said the prospect of one day leaving behind him the shows of this upper world could have no part in the curate's sympathy with Horace.

CHAPTER III.

THE DINERS.


Mrs. Ramshorn, Helen's aunt, was past the middle a

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