"Alas, monsieur, in spite of our fine courtesies, the conception of justice by one race must always seem outlandish to another!" It was on the terrace of Sir Henry Marquis' villa at Cannes. The members of the little party were in conversat... Read more of The Man In The Green Hat at Mystery Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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The Mystery Of The Felwyn Tunnel
I was making experiments of some interest at South Kens...

"put Out The Light!"
The Rev. D. W. G. Gwynne, M.D., was a physician in holy...

What May Happen In A Field Of Wild Oats
". . . The sun had hardly risen when we left the house....

Farm Barn Under-ground Plan And Yard
The most economical plan, for room in tying cattle in t...

The Two Curmas
A rustic named Curma, of Tullium, near Hippo, Augustine...

The Philosopher Gassendi And The Haunted Bed-room
In one of the letters of this celebrated philosopher,...

The Seven Lights
John M'Pherson was a farmer and grazier in Kintyre...

The Lost Key
Lady X., after walking in a wood near her house in Irel...

The Ghost Seen By Lord Brougham
It is comparatively easy, when seated before a roarin...

Farm House 6 Ground Plan
INTERIOR ARRANGEMENT. This house stands 5040 feet o...





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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 ...