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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 March 1888

1 DlJBIiDm W01N Is it Harder for Them to be Good Than for Those Whose Fac3s are Not Their Fortunes The Ti1ne n EtIIs Beauty WorVB Tne Beautiful Woman a laecn lu Her Domain Jtt In Depreciation Pretiinrse InstncereFer tooal Be ft 7 ° ° e > ha Molt Iowerf ul a Womanly Charms < Oop7xJkealSS8 For the Gazette The prominence BVrdea to personal comeliness In the enumeration ol woman- ly charms is not to be denied however disproportionate to the actual value of the gilt may seem the popular estimate The bestowal ol It Is witni it regard to volition or merit in the rev Ipent the withdrawal In spite ol both Moralists early and later nave battered tslnst It as they might assail the rampant > ead of the Serpent that Is to Drulse the ieel of man Beauty is vain prosed thfl lViyal Sermonlzer the while his heart clave in love to the fair Egyptian princess wht > led the train of beauties selected by com- petitive examination from Moab Kdora Ammon and Zldon Beauty is but sain deep Hand- so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 March 1888

m P o BtOe inth enlar move Th Side empt iSOT tlon en ISfce Wttg wM PUBLISHED EVERY ERWAY BT THB DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY PuWUhrm nnd Proprietors A SPLENDID STORY In the Sunday Gazkttk of March 25 will appear the first Installment of The Outlaws of Tunstall Forest anew serial by Robert Louis Stevenson the anthor of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Kid- napped and Treasure Island and of several books ol travel and many stories of adventure Some BogUsh writer has pronounced Mr Stevenson the most romantic and anmodern character o hjs time the Knight Errant ol the Nineteenth century He has written soma seven- teen volumes and every one has been read and erjoyed This new story The Outlaws ol Tunstall Forest 1 covers the most romantic period in English history and it Is lull ol adventure rich In excel- lent characterization in abundant inven- tion with a spice ol that romance which belongs to many ol Sir Walter Scotts novels The story is a clear and sharp departure from the realistic fiction ol th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 March 1888

a Mirch rbVL 1lrf A CHUDS LIFE 15VED vYThon six months od th loft htniitfe our 1 Je grandakUd beian to swcl and hs3 every appearance of a largo bof We pontliced It but ail to ao purpov Abaat flve nonina after it became a runclng oie 3001 other sore formed Hd tb n had two at ttm on each handxnd as bit blood b camo mot a and more Impure It took less time tor tton to brent our A soroltame on ihe obli beneath tUo tinder Up Wtitaa wa Terr offo slvo UlJbead was ose old ajsb jt barging a fTe t ceaL Th a wis his condition at twenty twoaaonths old when Innderrjos rue rare of Vsi bl mother fearing die when ha wa a ltuls moro taa > a year old eVoDsumotioi s < jr rula at jronrse Mc nldifcX > l t > bj ojfltd not getvUp If te felldoWaSd ttjs n d notffnove when lafeed having no nii > dttji ft ha I lmmoirl commenoft tB h > CimaBA Ecsin biks using Aa vZUTOCUX and CBtl ocxa BoAr frcsij Jsnd whoa ha ad taken on ottloV3f rise OtncuRA vSrc solvevt blitcidj < scjiflipleteiv cnreijnd ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 March 1888

it fe h r W 4 UDE COLUMN Gingha m Gowns the Latest Freak Girls Who Are Wont to Walk In Silken Array Breea a Fivartle Color in Dress a Well as Drink Simple Or signs lor First Communion Sulla Woman Creed to Met the BeqalremenU of Mi n Catechism by Division or LaborKotes Bectpes Tie harbingers 0I spring are so abuu dant that to say spring U here has at axiomatic sound but were there no voice ol birds to charm the ear or haclntb and tulip to herald the coming ol the season when nature awasens Irom her winter nap the flitting ol lair women Irom shop to shop and the novelties fx hiblted to tempt them are Indications that cannot bo misinterpreted evidencing that the Lenten period must 60on give place to Easter and penitential garb wll be exchanged Icr costumes that tell ol gayety restored A dlance at tbe shop windows will be sufficient to convince the most skeptical that there 1b small Toom lor blame II women find snopplnj most engrossing pursuit one In which pleasure and business go hand ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 March 1888

Vffc unfair AH The ttforld First Wears You Down With Its Follies and Then Kicks You Out There Is Ho Peace Oat of Gad He the Fountain That Can Slake The Thirst wmvnnntmm is Acaipt Cbrltt nnd Kxchante This Aitiui UceertaJnty About th Faluro tor cm Aimranoa of Heerea Special to the Gautte Fokt Scott Kan March 18 Tho Bev T DeWlU Talmage DD of the Brooklyn NY Tabernacle preached here ttla evening to a crowded congrega- tion He took for his subjectThe Dec- oration of the SduI and his text T7ss Luke xv 2S Pat a ring on his hand He raid Ivrtll not rehearse the familiar atery of the fast young man of the parable Yon know wiat a splendid horse he left Yon know what a har4 time he bad Aad you Temember how after that season of vaga bondjge and prodigality he resolved to go and weep out bissorrows on the bosom of parental forgiveness Well tbere Is crest excitement one day in front of the door of the old farmhouse The servants come rushing rp and say Whats tbe matter Wbat Is tne matter Bat to for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 March 1888

f H eni mo clou 1 covet Sid edge domlr com on 1 utey Pi5Se0 Xthiihsi jSever vtrles A marvel of pat Ity tr a thStsd rcbolosomonose More econ omicifcttvi the ordinary kinds and < an not bo v JOluZaooHnolilon with the multitude of ns teet short wttpht alma or phosphmr powders 1 feWrrrtyfinsa ltOTAi Eaktsc rowDBK Co V lSK M BPt K T V < JA u J J Ease on Monday staked ofl the Aground for the foundation of the new bo bull fc thUc church to In a siort Wae It will be 76x136 feet and is to ct 75000 It wll it is said be the flce > t modern church in Texas The real estate transfers in Fort Worth for the months ot January and February 1888 exceed those for tne same months in 1887 by 180000 while build- ings aro under way to cost 350 000 more than those built in tho same time in 1887 Colonel E W Morten for several years a prominent citten cf Fort Worth now living in Parker county was in the city yesterday and says the prospects for lm meneo crops and general prosperity Is Parker and Palo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 March 1888

id lile an ft 3J1J if 5M 5 M Si tc L Ir IrP to h > i i I It I at atGl Gl- IB w 8t 1F0 Chi Tei Col ja lisb fey w scoundrels and asked how they explain- ed that J T S earlngen of Texas who was oneot the men addressed then took the stand and testified to his belief tbat Jjdon was perfeely safe in Brennsm if he be- haved himself la answer to an in- quiry from Senator Sp oner as to what wag meant by that witness said that Jodon was a very excitable man snd If he went to Texas and bothered men as witness understood Jodon had Dothered Wright < f course he would get In trouble To call a man a liar meant fUht in Texas and it might nor be safe for Jodon to talk on the streets there es he had ppjfeen in the committee room about witnes This practically closed the Investiga- tion it being the general understanding That no mofe testimonywill betaken CIVIL SERVICE RKFORM WAsniNGntNM rcn 28 William Dad ley Fuulkd of R comona Ind president ot the Indiana Civil Service Reform As- sociation addr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 March 1888

I S PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BT TUB DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publish and Proprietors flctof FubHeationSteond SlbttKcen Houston jMetrJZt the Feti Worth Texas Fottofflcc a itmdCIcij Matl Halter 1 kept on file ana advert ing This paper bo ascertained at the office of the SlrJwB Xerspantr Publisher iMOelrtloa Temple Court New York or Horn It j BAST33RN OPFICU 43 TriSoat SundinffKeu Tor WASHINGTON 03 sTK3E foom SI 1434 Nea Tor1 renae W SrOFFORD Corrapondent RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO UAtL SUBSCRIBERS iPiftag Prtpshl v tfc JVNttikeri Daily Weekly ens laai 001O9 Te4r filx Honthi B 50 Six Hcraths ThrMUoattii 8 001 Three Months Jl 00 CO 10 8UKDAT GAiarra 1 yr 5150 6 month J1C0 trtTVAHIAntT T ADVANOF BBLIYBEBD BY CABBIBB3 rex TTssk emu caJubserlbsri wishing their address aaanged Iron one puawwwo wauivm A glTttheold address as well as the nswortte aaxse cannot be made All Postmasters In the State are authorised ta tike subscriptions to Thb gazette LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Sample coplei ent o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 March 1888

i tv I t a A B SI r Dv is 01 en 2U ba- L 28 so J3WO > i 3714 HO Gat > 5501 Brs 593 j tpls lilt 4 1 785 if > V mm SOME TO DIE la tha iprltgi 18741 wan taken wlib shar > palm In tne lone pire of jay Iwwcls In the reelon of the blsdgcr Shortly blood appsarod mixed with nrjjarrjp and a few wee6 later I tad sn atUck < fihiv gravel I tried a nam bePof coctore QnoTgtfj It w s gravel another kid It w > a Iilftudk tlan of MKi ttluader and arother tbetJhad a stone In my left kid- ney For ihreo rearth > I was unde5tbe care cf an < mlcent rpeclMlj at Albany osteon stanilv rrcwlng worscvf aave an Ijdepatr and went noma to Up Ugftcnr CfcSara of Dr David KenReJjs Fardrite W nvdy of Bond out N Yaed urged ifi to try It Soon tbe medicine beWm to hcll me thy patn nnd dis- tress Je eoned < P In ttf months time I loft my bed ipdiutJior tcvdS months 1 was robust will snbslantlate strong Mthatrar Arecs y whlc > can do this for QUto to ar deari as I was should be known fcverjw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 March 1888

f4 r ffto SP Mg fefe Its PUBLISHED SVaUT FRIDAY BT THE OEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Puhll h i nd Proprietor To this Stale Grange Gve Fort Worth a chance at your state headquar ters w Mrs Fiusk Leslie has been compelled to have circulars printed declining offers of marriage She receives on an average two day by mall Wht should tbe peoplo trouble them eelvea about the bad 86 bills when the Blair and Randall bills are abroad in the land Ot two or more evils pay your respects to the greatest The test thin that has been said or Judge Gresham Is that he voted f ir Til den in 187C and yet that does not appear to win him friends among the Bepubll cans o Pbofk830r Proctor says the world will flnaly be deprived of the heat of the cun Fort Worth however with the new road open to the Trinidad coal fields is prepared to receive the startling an- nouncement with equanimity Neither Coke nor prohibition had aught to do with the selection of places at which to hold tbo state Democratic conventions li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 March 1888

I i 81 3on now like 6iil S7I Ganrt Si JKU UT Sw > iu to IESJ irf s TSrmtiAnttr p gjt51 Barss y ttoyn tTf fell CH p tT0 r t by Uuticuiu BABYS SKIN AND SCALP Ceansefl Pur fled and eautfled by Gu i ura Htmedies Loci NovBii Im ii > it < le bjy aged three Tears tell salts iha nv whllu hn wai ran nine mdc 1 Inn lit a < and right after ibst he brofeoatsl nerbl h at fa e ami letc ear 1 kad a good d o or lr to att nil him hut he eo worse nn the oooior could not cure him II b w hUL h id face ana left car were > a fearful Stat md he mfle d tern ly I oauiihtihafllaiafcfrom nliu < ud it enrod al OTerm face and n < t an eve g t In o my met Noiiinv t ixgh we wnnid tyer get bat- ter IMtsure t tr rtifflnfnfrt fjr life I hearrtrftba CtrnccnA Umkdies nd pr cnre < y > f > t lo i iiiricuiiA UBaoLvun ab x ot CuncfctfA an l o j rJCUTtcuiu fcOAi and us ijiiO J > cont n 1 xv hia uiaht Afte nsln tvirtS > Olea vt IUSojSVKST foul boxes of CimccriA > i roaru4fii9 f AP we a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 March 1888

> tr > < qmEirra OOTXs lT r i TUNSTALL FOREST A Stirring Serltl ol Romantic Ad eui re by ROBERT I OXJIS SYJErVTELVSrlV Autktr of Dr JelyU and ifr iTjde Treasure Mand Kidnaped Etc Wittloa lor ihe GazeUe OpyrlghtOl by tbo Author JOHN AMtNDALL On a certain iliemooa In hs late springtime the bell upon Tunstall Moat house was hear t lirclnu rt rn unac- customed honr F r and near In the forest and la tna fields along tbe ilver people began to detr > their UV > ri and hurry towards the sound and lu TunstsU Hamlet group 1 poor couary folk stood wondering at the snramops Presently tbeze was a noine cf a horse and soon out ol tne edge of the wood as over the echoing nridgf tuere io up yonng Mister R chrl Shdton Sir Dmiel Brckleyo Ward a ycurg fellow not yet eighteen suabrowuid and cnvtyeJ id a jackt cf deeif 1 slher with 1 Mack velv t c liar a green hovl upi n bis head and 1 eel cr bow a M btcfe Jc t ler B tine II tb om e Itt a U jnftcd < nrz < d Mw h ivy ofharrtind gtlai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 March 1888

s J round trip tlckts otly on tte The trains will b tf Q3tmKZJHRmm Iti snairlor excellence proven In mlllons ot homes fcKrrore than a quarter of a century It la used by Iteo United States Government En rr 9 < l l y the heads of the Great Unlversltle a < 3 5troneeat Purest and most Healthful Dr Prloos Cream Baking Powder doea not contain Ammonia Lime or Alum oia ony yCans PRIOR BAKING POWDER COV KTTW TORK PUtn Or ST T > DJJ FosIUvolyC those little jlfUU iTJhejjnlso reliote Dls tress fcfcm Dyspepsia IndJgeEtloa hod To < IIcarryTkUng Aperi fact remedy for Dlzrfj nessijansea Drowslj ness Bad Tasto In tL Jlouth Coated Tpagne Pain la tho Bide TOB JTO LT73H c 5J y rejalato tho Bowels Bad protentConstipation and Piles Th < J iSnalltet and eldest to taLe Only one pill t floeo Purely TecoteWe Prico 5 cents OXteta ITEMttKS CO frtpri Utr Tci PERSONAL CafnSln Thomas F West retained last eight from Austin Ha says that he met Governor Ross who Bald that he would certainly call a spe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 March 1888

He bites his lip He rDla cfteetb If Soma of the Difficulties that Ofcslriict thaReturnofaSinnarto the Fold Tfce Frrce et Moral Gravitation Porrer of EtII Habit and ton Repulsions of Society THJt VOECSS DARKNKSS lied against him He canno lbs T DoTfltt Tlmnxe Explains Xn > tdry ond Utgtsally How tbe Paths cf Tina EpH xI t the GlzitU Cuicago III March Tne ttv T DeWiU Talmsge DD psaior of the Tftberncle Broufclyo X Y preached here this evening His punnet was Re- formation from Evil Habit ad his text Prayerbs xrM SB When shell 1 awnktT I will etit n yet again He BaldWith With an Insight Into hmmn nature suea sc no other rasa ever retched Solomon in my text sketch 3 the mental opera- tions of one < no ntvlnj stepped aBldo from tbn path of rectitude desires to re- turn Witnavrlsa for something better neeays Wnen slnlt I airake When Bhsll I come ont cf tms horrid nightmare of inlqnlt > i But niized npon by uderad icated haott and forced down hill by hi passions ho cries oat < l ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 6 April 1888

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY TUK UAZKTTKl per Ajiirwxaa 33ECEQ XHii UffiADSNU Mite lis if Rfflt NEWSPAPER OS T 3S 3SE A S Let EygitIi We ieve decided tc subatituta ti > REDUCTION IN PRICE tor the old plfn ol distributes free prem urns by lot believing it will prove mor ersi3iivoiy b 1 will ceneflt s greaU number Ta make whcb is cirronled od to be the ALSO THE 1 j j h t Newspaper Df TEXAS teisfilisBlyiislfi All Poslmseiops sro auihcriiac 8 to take Subscriptions to whom WwLibaral Discount will ba allcwsfi J j In cheapening the price cf Ths Wbos lt Gazette it fc the determination to in prot to rcluc to all clcstea ol reider Aicosg it attrcctlcM nilbo erial Stories bt rjjjoua atjthob Talmages Sermon IN KtCHISSUB w sachissuxj Complele as CorreclHartetEenorli m hack issue Happenings in All Parts ol tbt State m vxca isbuei Domeslie and Forefan Nows b Telegraph in KACiiisaua INTELLIGENT DISCUSSIO OF ALl CURRENT TOPICS Tux Webhlt Gazette will bo xnadti lull and complete newspaper lor all w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 6 April 1888

m anWoii plfict field Ecboi glvln teach ring la Msjir ana n Gizaf thtr P on- to bs des i gfo mum fiiffitih PUBLIS11XL EVhllT FlilDAT BT THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Hnbltfh rs nml lr prlctorg ftof Publication becond Htbetieeen Houston ini Throckmorton intend at the Fort Worth Texas PoiloJIce as onrtCiasa Mail Mcitrr DM1 TBRSD BY CASSISES rwvUtk Meants aeVSubierlbiis wishing their address flanged from one postoffloe to another must rtvatheold address as wall at the acwortht uims cannot be made All Postmasters In the State ue authorized 9 U50 subscriptions to THE GAZETTE UI3ERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Sample copies sent on application < g lUmtttanots by draft pottoac money erdtr or mistered Utter at risk of office CatriiFOKdmct it toUeitsd upon all n wi tub tot rrompttujormatlon of stents avinsvtkappm gt of general interest tollciUd endwillbsprcp ttr compensated AU txmmunlcaUcms tuUndti fot publication null bs accompanied by the tcrUert none and ad tress not for publlcsticnbut at x...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 6 April 1888

W i ALFALFA A it An Exhaustive Description of This Greatest of All Forage Plants With Its History The Length of 18 Boots Tho Horn bjr ef Inches It Will Brow In a Season Where It Orlclcated ond Where IS U Grown There li do Other Plant to Valablo Written lor the Gazette By request from This Gazette which la Arguseyed on all subjects of public in erest I shall say ot alfalfa that its his- tory can be traced over 2000 years Says Dr Shiooler Bloomlngton 111 This leads me back over sixty years to my boy- hood and the garden spot ot Germany near Magdeburg where I have seen thou- sands of acres In lucerne It Is a feast for cows horses and sheep There is no better food for railch cows than lucerne It makes plenty of rich milk and horses and sheep get fat and lively Since my forty years In America I have often wondered why our otherwise wideawake people did not raise lucerne Truly It is a wonder that It has not been more generally plant- ed for many years past Old enough to be many limes very...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 6 April 1888

to 11 < ii 1 Sl PUBLldHJJ EVKRY FBIDAT BTTHE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers hdiI Proprietors Tothe Cotton Bel Welcc me thric welcome to tne railroad centre cf tb southwest AvKEYfair quality ot ivory as Ivor gce3 iu these degenerate dajs Is nude from the potato THEbtst friend rf tie laboring men It not the man who fetches them to Into tb < rich and asks their votes as the price of the tuition It is a singular circumstance tha blatant friends of the laboring man an always ready to rnn for cfllce on toe slightest provocation Ciiaska is only a halfbreed and the giddy yonng creature who married him will have to console herself with the re- flection that a half breed is better than no loafer Tun atrocities at the Coal Hill convict samps were horrible tut if they bring about the abolition of the lease system in Arkansas and help to bring it about in other states they will not hive occurred In vain Tnn averege wanes of the working classes of this country for thirty years has b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 6 April 1888

ft rt I EVERY NIGHT I SCRATCHED Until the skin was ra Body covered with scat like spots nf mortar cured by he liulicura Remedies lam golrg o t H yju ofherxtrAorMnsry changoyonr Cdtichiu HtMEDKSp rformed on me Abwt ih Jet 01 April u I noticed tarnored plmpeilke cninlig outtllnver mf body bnt thought nolliluK f It until Mime time later on when UDecn to look like snots of mortar spotted on ami w1 h came rlf In- layers so ompsnlsd with Itcblng I would scratch en ry nlr h until I wasruwlhrn the next ntg t the stahs irlrg formed raan wble were cr < tcbel iff again lava n did I consult all th drc or lu ibe country Out with- out aid At cr > lying up all bopci of roooTP y I kxppinei to eo an advertisement la the newtuapcr abont your CCTlctliA RiMltolBS and i ur chaed then > xoia ray diuggrft andcbalned almost Immediate relief I < Elato notice that sly efnptloni gradually drj > p ei eff and Mfrpjarad one b one andhave been fall cnrWiSCl Hd me ol < e iP < hl t < rfh mon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 6 April 1888

I CHAPTER V BLOODY AS TUB HUNTER tSSjs = = or TUNSTALL FOREST A Stirring Serial o Romantic Adventure by BOBKRT XOTJIS STEVENSON Author of Dr Jelyll and Mr Hyde Treasure Island KidKoped Copyrighted 1E8 by S a HcOlnxe All Eights Keseiyed Wrltton for the Gaiette 5HEN the lads arose aid with many an ache tor they were weary with restrslnt clambered through the ruins and Tecrossed the ditch npon the ratter Matcham bad picked up the wind c and went flr r DIcfe following stiffly with his crossbow on bis said Matcham lorth to And now JJolvwcod To Holywoodl cried ck wheij u a good fellows fetand shot wonld see you handed flrt > t JcckI lre would leave me would ye MatcHam asked eooth returned Dlcfe Av by m7 An I b8 not in time to warn tne ° e lads I will co die with them WDat won leave owu mm thiit you have me my have lived among I trow not Give me my windac nothing tnnber Irom But there was MaUlaras mind Dick he Slid ye swore before the saints that ye would see ma safe to Holy wood Would ...

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