On the 29th of June, 1852, Henry Clay died. In that month the two great political parties, in their national conventions, had accepted as a finality all the compromise measures of 1850, and the last hours of the Kentucky statesman were br... Read more of THE STORY OF UNCLE TOM'S CABIN at Martin Luther King.caInformational Site Network Informational
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An Idiot Ghost With Brass Buttons
(Philadelphia _Press_, June 16, 1889) In a pretty bu...

The Inextinguishable Candle Of The Old White House
There was once a house, known as The Old White House, t...

The House And The Brain
A friend of mine, who is a man of letters and a ph...

Canon Alberic's Scrap-book
St. Bertrand de Comminges is a decayed town on the...

The Great Amherst Mystery
On 13th February, 1888, Mr. Walter Hubbell, an actor by...

The Apparition Of Mrs Veal
This relation is matter of fact, and attended ...

With Intent To Steal
To sleep in a lonely barn when the best bedrooms in t...

Farm House 7 Lawns Grounds Parks And Woods
Having essayed to instruct our agricultural friends in ...

The Transferred Ghost
BY FRANK R. STOCKTON The country residence of Mr. ...

The Haunted Beach Or Power Of Conscience On A Murderer
BY MRS. ROBINSON. Upon a lonely desert beach, ...





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Dorothy Durant
A schoolboy named Bligh, who went to Launceston Grammar School, of which the Rev. John Ruddle was headmaster, from being a lad of bright parts and no common attainments, became on a sudden moody, dejected, and ...