A Sappho of Green Springs. The Four Guardians of Lagrange. Peter Schroeder

A Sappho of Green Springs. The Four Guardians of Lagrange. Peter Schroeder

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A Sappho of Green Springs. The Four Guardians of Lagrange. Peter Schroeder

A Sappho of Green Springs. The Four Guardians of Lagrange. Peter Schroeder

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"HULLO!" said Jack Hamlin.

He had halted his mare at the edge of an abrupt chasm. It did not appear to be fifty feet across, yet its depth must have been nearly two hundred to where the hidden mountain-stream, of which it was the banks, alternately slipped, tumbled, and fell with murmuring and monotonous regularity. One or two pine-trees growing on the opposite edge, loosened at the roots, had tilted their straight shafts like spears over the abyss, and the top of one, resting on the upper branches of a sycamore a few yards from him, served as an aerial bridge for the passage of a boy of fourteen to whom Mr. Hamlin's challenge was addressed.

The boy stopped midway in his perilous transit, and, looking down upon the horse. man, responded, coolly, "Hullo, yourself!"

"Is that the only way across this infernal hole, or the one you prefer for exercise?" continued Hamlin, gravely.

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