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The Laughing Ghost
Siu Long-mountain was one of the most celebrated stud...

The Hypochondriac Gentleman And The Jack-ass
A sober gentleman of very great respectability, who w...

Queen Mary's Jewels
"I have had a strange dream about your ring" (a "medall...

The Iron Chest Of Durley
Mr _John Bourne_, for his Skill, Care and Honesty,...

The Arrears Of Teind
"Mr. Rutherford, of Bowland, a gentleman of landed prop...

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

Teig O'kane And The Corpse
There was once a grown-up lad in the County Leit...

Remarkable Resuscitation
In the first volume of the Causes Celebres, a popular...

The Dovecote
This is a department, in itself, not common among the f...

Home Embellishments
A discussion of the objects by way of embellishment, wh...





Black Spirits And White






No 252 Rue M Le Prince
When in May, 1886, I found myself at last in Paris, I naturally determined to throw myself on the charity of an old chum of mine, Eugene Marie d'Ardeche, who had forsaken Boston a year or more ago on receiving word of the ...

In Kropfsberg Keep
To the traveller from Innsbrueck to Munich, up the lovely valley of the silver Inn, many castles appear, one after another, each on its beetling cliff or gentle hill,--appear and disappear, melting into the dark fir trees ...

The White Villa
When we left Naples on the 8.10 train for Paestum, Tom and I, we fully intended returning by the 2.46. Not because two hours time seemed enough wherein to exhaust the interests of those deathless ruins of a dead civilizati...

Sister Maddelena
Across the valley of the Oreto from Monreale, on the slopes of the mountains just above the little village of Parco, lies the old convent of Sta. Catarina. From the cloister terrace at Monreale you can see its pale walls a...

Notre Dame Des Eaux
West of St. Pol de Leon, on the sea-cliffs of Finisterre, stands the ancient church of Notre Dame des Eaux. Five centuries of beating winds and sweeping rains have moulded its angles, and worn its carvings and sculpture do...

The Dead Valley
I have a friend, Olof Ehrensvaerd, a Swede by birth, who yet, by reason of a strange and melancholy mischance of his early boyhood, has thrown his lot with that of the New World. It is a curious story of a headstrong boy a...