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The Facts Concerning the Recent Carnival of Crime in Connecticut
I said to myself, 'I am thoroughly happy and content, now. If my most pitiless enemy could appear before me at this moment, I would freely right any wrong I may have done him'"
A Prophet of the People
Ma Blonde Aux Yeux Noirs
The State and the Railroads
A Shaker Village
Old Woman's Gossip
The Quaintness of "The Judicious Hooker"
The Early Dead
In the Quantick Stage
Hymn: Written for the Opening of the International Exhibition, Philadelphia, May 10, 1876