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The Magic Egg and Other Stories

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Published: 1907
Language: English
Wordcount: 79,505 / 215 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 62.6
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,100
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The Magic Egg; ''His Wife's Deceased Sister''; The Widow's Cruise; Captain Eli's Best Ear; Love Before Breakfast; The Staying Power Of Sir Rohan; A Piece Of Red Calico; The Christmas Wreck; My Well And What Came Out Of It; Mr. Tolman; My Unwilling Neighbor; Our Archery Club

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that they had been thoroughly interested in what they had seen, and that they expected to see more.

For two or three minutes Loring gazed through his loophole, and then, still with some doubt in his heart, but with a little more color in his checks, he prepared for the second part of his performance.

At this moment there entered the theatre, at the very back of the house, a young lady. She was handsome and well dressed, and as she opened the door--Loring had employed no ushers or other assistants in this little social performance--she paused for a moment and looked into the theatre, and then noiselessly stepped to a chair in the back row and sat down.

This was Edith Starr, who, a month before, had been betrothed to Herbert Loring. Edith and her mother had been invited to this performance, and front seats had been reserved for them, for each guest had received a numbered card. But Mrs. Starr had a headache, and could not go out that afternoon, and for a time her daughter had thought that s

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