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The Ducks' Eggs
A little girl of the author's family kept ducks and was...

Piggery
The hog is an animal for which we have no especial liki...

A Wireless Message
In the summer of 1896 Mr. William Holt, a wealthy m...

Preliminary To Our Designs
We have discussed with tolerable fullness, the chief su...

The Beresford Ghost
"There is at Curraghmore, the seat of Lord Waterford, i...

One Does Not Always Eat What Is On The Table
By the light of a tallow candle which had been placed o...

Vision Of Cromwell
A vision that I had presently after the king's dea...

A Strange Incident
When I was at college there happened what was a most ...

The Choking Ghost Of House Near Sandyford Place Glasgow
The last time I was passing through Glasgow, I put up...

The Bright Scar
In 1867, Miss G., aged eighteen, died suddenly of chole...





The Lost Cheque






Mr. A., a barrister, sat up one night to write letters, and about
half-past twelve went out to put them in the post. On undressing he
missed a cheque for a large sum, which he had received during the day.
He hunted everywhere in vain, went to bed, slept, and dreamed that he
saw the cheque curled round an area railing not far from his own door.
He woke, got up, dressed, walked down the street and found his cheque
in the place he had dreamed of. In his opinion he had noticed it fall
from his pocket as he walked to the letter-box, without consciously
remarking it, and his deeper memory awoke in slumber. {11a}





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