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Something to wear : and some other things by Old Sleuth 4 editions published between and in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Wonder Jack, the detective; or, The witch of Manhattan by Old Sleuth 3 editions published in in English and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Old sleuth library in English and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide A series of dime novels made available online by University of South Florida Libraries Digital Collections.
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Old sleuth weekly ; a series of the most thrilling detective stories ever published in English and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. The "dock rats" of New York, or, The smuggler band's last stand by Old Sleuth 9 editions published between and in English and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Breezy Frank : or, A great disguise : story of a boy's wonderful cunning by Old Sleuth Book 2 editions published in in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
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I can say this now, sir, without any feeling of exultation, for what beauty I may once have possessed vanished in one night, and I am now hideous to look at. When I left the asylum in which I had been placed I went to live with a very kind family, and at the age of twenty I married a poor but very worthy man.
My little daughter was five years old when one night our little family was aroused by the barking of our dog. We lived up in the country in New York State. My husband was an invalid and slept in a room adjoining the one I occupied with my child. As I told you, I was aroused by the barking of our dog; I knew it meant danger, and I leaped from my bed and instantly discovered that our little home was on fire.
I rushed down the one flight of stairs with my child in my arms, and then returned to aid my husband to escape, but, alas! I was overcome by smoke and flame and fell unconscious, and would have been consumed had not a neighbor rushed in and dragged me forth. I was saved, but when the fire was subdued and they entered the room of my husband, they found him dead.
He had been suffocated, and I, alas! This, sir, is a part of my story.
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I am terribly scarred and, now if you still desire to see my face I will remove my veil before continuing my story. Madam, you need not be ashamed to remove your veil. Your scars were honorably won; you should be proud—yes, I will look upon your face. The woman removed her veil, and indeed she did have two ghastly looking scars, but she had exaggerated her disfigurement, for despite the scars hers was not an uncomely face to look upon.
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