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44,529 words, approx. 149 pages
THE ARGOSY. MARCH, 1891. THE FATE OF THE HARA DIAMOND. CHAPTER IX. At “The golden Griffin.” Captain Edmund Ducie was one of the first to emerge from the wreck.  He crept out of the br... Read more
45,175 words, approx. 151 pages
THE ARGOSY. FEBRUARY, 1891. THE FATE OF THE HARA DIAMOND. CHAPTER V. At rose cottage. On regaining my senses I found myself in a cozy little bed in a cozy little room, with an old gentleman sitting by... Read more
43,454 words, approx. 145 pages
THE ARGOSY. JUNE, 1891. THE FATE OF THE HARA DIAMOND. CHAPTER XXII. Mr. Madgin at the Helm. Mr. Madgin’s house stood somewhat back from the main street of Eastbury.  It was an old-fashioned... Read more
46,202 words, approx. 155 pages
THE ARGOSY. MAY, 1891. THE FATE OF THE HARA DIAMOND. CHAPTER XVIII. Janet in A new character. On entering Lady Chillington’s room for the second time, Janet found that the mistress of Deepley Wa... Read more
44,592 words, approx. 149 pages
THE ARGOSY. JANUARY, 1891. THE SILENT CHIMES. Putting them up. I hardly know whether to write this history, or not; for its events did not occur within my own recollection, and I can only relate them ... Read more
45,200 words, approx. 151 pages
THE ARGOSY. APRIL, 1891. THE FATE OF THE HARA DIAMOND. CHAPTER XIV. Drashkil-smoking. “It must and shall be mine!” So spoke Captain Ducie on the spur of the moment as he wrote the last wor... Read more
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