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The question is: do you like me?

From  The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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The question is: do you like me?

From The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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Tuesday, September 30, 2014
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Till Friday.

From  The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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Till Friday.

From The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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Monday, September 29, 2014
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"You know my weaknesses," said the signor, stiffly.

From  The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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"You know my weaknesses," said the signor, stiffly.

From The Cornhill Magazine vol. 39, London, 1879.

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Monday, September 29, 2014
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Kenneth threw himself suddenly upon Phillip.
(A Wedding Gift, by Leonard Outram)

From The Strand Magazine No. 26 (January to June 1893), London.

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Kenneth threw himself suddenly upon Phillip.
(A Wedding Gift, by Leonard Outram)

From The Strand Magazine No. 26 (January to June 1893), London.

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014
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There were certain words which would always catch his ear.

W. Small, from The Cornhill magazine vol. 4 (January to June 1885), London.

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There were certain words which would always catch his ear.

W. Small, from The Cornhill magazine vol. 4 (January to June 1885), London.

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Tuesday, June 24, 2014
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Go your way, or I will knock you into the street with my mop.

George du Maurier, from The Cornhill magazine vol. 4 (January to June 1885), London.

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Go your way, or I will knock you into the street with my mop.

George du Maurier, from The Cornhill magazine vol. 4 (January to June 1885), London.

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Tuesday, June 24, 2014
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I have reason to believe that they had a pleasant journey.

T. S. Cheeseman, from The Cornhill magazine vol. 4 (January to June 1885), London.

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I have reason to believe that they had a pleasant journey.

T. S. Cheeseman, from The Cornhill magazine vol. 4 (January to June 1885), London.

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Tuesday, June 24, 2014
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Fie, Mr. Fulton! Or shall we not think so badly of you?

T. S. Cheeseman, from The Cornhill magazine vol. 4 (January to June 1885), London.

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Fie, Mr. Fulton! Or shall we not think so badly of you?

T. S. Cheeseman, from The Cornhill magazine vol. 4 (January to June 1885), London.

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Tuesday, June 24, 2014