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Young Wallingford by George Randolph Chester

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Author
George Randolph Chester
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Forgotten Books
Date of release
Pages
370
ISBN
9781331445746
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Paperback
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Excerpt from Young Wallingford

"A Natural again!" exulted Jonathan Reuben Wix, as the dice bounded from his plump hand and came to rest upon the billiard-table in Leiniger's select Cafe, with a five and a deuce showing. "Somebody ring the bell for me, because I'm a going to get off."

He was a large young man in every dimension, broad of chest and big and pink of face and jovial of eye, and he chuckled as he passed the dice to his left-hand neighbor. There was a hundred dollars on the table and he gathered it up in a wad.

"Good-by, boys, and many merry thanks for these kind contributions," he bantered as he stuffed the money into his pocket. "It's me for Bunkville-amidst-the-ferry-boats, on the next Limited."

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