Miss C., a lady of excellent sense, religious but not bigoted, lived before her marriage in the house of her uncle D., a celebrated physician, and member of the Institute. Her mother at this time was seriously ill in the country. One night th... Read more of The Deathbed at Scary Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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The shiftless man, who preferred reading to labor, closed the book on
French history, which he had been perusing with great interest, and
addressed his wife.

"Do you know, Mary," he asked impressively, "what I would have done if I
had been in Napoleon's place?"

"Certainly!" the wife snapped. "You'd have settled right down on a farm
in Corsica, and let it run itself."





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