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The Adventurous Seven

Their Hazardous Undertaking

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Author: Bessie Marchant
Language: English
Wordcount: 57,898 / 162 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 70.5
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 3,706
Added to site: 2007.09.26
mnybks.net#: 18340
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unger ones, so Billykins and Ducky had as much to say on the subject as their seniors; and in the end it was resolved that Nealie and Rupert should write a letter to their father and tell him that they would worry him with no more letters until he expressed a desire to have them.

A year and a half had passed since that time, but although the children watched for the mails with pathetic eagerness, there had come no letter from their father for them. He did not write to Aunt Judith either, after he had been told how ill she was; but he wrote to Mr. Runciman sometimes, they knew, because Mr. Runciman had spoken of having letters from him.

This long silence would have made them very miserable, if it had not been that they were so sorry for him that it never occurred to them to be sorry for themselves. They had each other, but he was alone, and so, of course, he was to be pitied.

Inspired by the great idea, the seven woke in riotous spirits next morning, which not even the near prospect of an

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