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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 115 pages of information about Mary Erskine.

Monstrous rocks were lifted up and dragged out of the line of the road in much the same manner.

After looking at this scene for some time, the party returned to the old road again, and there Mary Erskine said that she would bid her visitors good-bye, and telling them that she would not forget to invite them to her raspberry party, she took leave of them and went back toward her own home.

“If all the children of the village that Mary Erskine knows, are invited to that party,” said Phonny, “what a great raspberry party it will be!”

“Yes,” said Beechnut, “it will be a raspberry jam.”

THE END.

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