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A Story of the Days To Come

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A Story of the Days To Come
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Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide
ISBN/ASIN: 0552101850
Number of pages: 112

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The excellent Mr. Morris was an Englishman, and he lived in the days of Queen Victoria the Good. He was a prosperous and very sensible man; he read the Times and went to church, and as he grew towards middle age an expression of quiet contented contempt for all who were not as himself settled on his face. He was one of those people who do everything that is right and proper and sensible with inevitable regularity...

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