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She wrapped the head in a cloth, and gave it to her maid-servant to carry.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

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She wrapped the head in a cloth, and gave it to her maid-servant to carry.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, January 10, 2014
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No great time passed before that came to pass which both most desired.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

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No great time passed before that came to pass which both most desired.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, January 10, 2014
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Having many times seen the flight of Federigo’s falcon, he desired exceedingly to have it.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

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Having many times seen the flight of Federigo’s falcon, he desired exceedingly to have it.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, January 9, 2014
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Now he, as happens with most gentlemen, fell in love.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

(Source: archive.org)

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Now he, as happens with most gentlemen, fell in love.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

(Source: archive.org)

Wednesday, January 8, 2014
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Encountered a gentleman from Pavia.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

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Encountered a gentleman from Pavia.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

(Source: archive.org)

Wednesday, January 8, 2014
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The ladies took off her rags and clothed her in a noble robe.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

(Source: archive.org)

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The ladies took off her rags and clothed her in a noble robe.

Byam Shaw, from Tales from Boccaccio, done into english by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1899.

(Source: archive.org)

Wednesday, January 8, 2014
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"Yes; - No; - I have been sleeping - and now - now - I am dead" (The facts in the case of Mr. Valdemar).

Byam Shaw, from Selected tales of mystery, by E. A. Poe, London, 1909.

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"Yes; - No; - I have been sleeping - and now - now - I am dead" (The facts in the case of Mr. Valdemar).

Byam Shaw, from Selected tales of mystery, by E. A. Poe, London, 1909.

(Source: archive.org)

Tuesday, July 23, 2013
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Upon the very verge of the precipitous descent hovered a gigantic ship (MS. found in a bottle). 

Byam Shaw, from Selected tales of mystery, by E. A. Poe, London, 1909.

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Upon the very verge of the precipitous descent hovered a gigantic ship (MS. found in a bottle).

Byam Shaw, from Selected tales of mystery, by E. A. Poe, London, 1909.

(Source: archive.org)

Tuesday, July 23, 2013