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The Broom-Squire by S. Baring-Gould

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The Broom-Squire
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Publisher: F.A. Stokes
Number of pages: 384

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After the road had ascended some way, all trees disappeared. The scenery was as wild and desolate as any in Scotland. On all sides heathery slopes, in the evening light a broken patch of sand showed white, almost phosphorescent, through contrast with the black ling.

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