The Mettle of the Pasture by James Lane Allen

E-text prepared by Al Haines THE METTLE OF THE PASTURE BY JAMES LANE ALLEN Author of “The Choir Invisible,” “A Kentucky Cardinal,” etc., etc. New York, 1903 To My Sister PART FIRST I She did not wish any supper and she sank forgetfully back into the stately oak chair. One of her hands lay palm

The Choir Invisible by James Lane Allen

Project Gutenburg/Make A Difference Day Project 1999. THE CHOIR INVISIBLE by James Lane Allen “O may I join the choir invisible Of those immortal dead who live again In minds made better by their presence. . . . . . feed pure love, Beget the smiles that have no cruelty, Be the sweet presence of

Bride of the Mistletoe by James Lane Allen

Produced by Kevin Handy, Dave Maddock, and Distributed Proofreaders THE BRIDE OF THE MISTLETOE BY JAMES LANE ALLEN AUTHOR OF “FLUTE AND VIOLIN,” “A KENTUCKY CARDINAL,” “AFTERMATH,” ETC. TO ONE WHO KNOWS Je crois que pour produire il ne faut pas trop raissoner. Mais il faut regarder beaucoup et songer a ce qu’on a vu.

A Kentucky Cardinal by James Lane Allen

This eBook produced by Jared Fuller. A KENTUCKY CARDINAL _A Story_ by James Lane Allen Dedication This to her from one who in childhood used to stand at the windows of her room and watch for the Cardinal among the snow-buried cedars. I All this New-year’s Day of 1850 the sun shone cloudless but wrought
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