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Olney was a thriving, busy little town, numbering five hundred inhabitants or thereabouts. It had its groceries, its dry goods stores, and its two houses for public worship--the Methodist and Presbyterian--while every other Sunday a little band of Episcopalians met for their own service in what was called the Village Hall, where, during week days, a small, select school was frequently taught by some Yankee schoolmistress.

ЖАНР
Художественная литература
ДАТА ВЫХОДА
1869
1 января
ЯЗЫК
EN
английский
ОБЪЕМ
477
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ИЗДАТЕЛЬ
Public Domain
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