With the Allies by Richard Harding Davis

E-text prepared by A. Langley WITH THE ALLIES by RICHARD HARDING DAVIS Preface I have not seen the letter addressed by President Wilson to the American people calling upon them to preserve toward this war the mental attitude of neutrals. But I have seen the war. And I feel sure had President Wilson seen my

Vera, The Medium by Richard Harding Davis

Prepared by Jeetender B Chandna Vera, The Medium by Richard Harding Davis Part I Happy in the hope that the news was “exclusive”, the Despatch had thrown the name of Stephen Hallowell, his portrait, a picture of his house, and the words, “At Point of Death!” across three columns. The announcement was heavy, lachrymose, bristling

Van Bibber and Others by Richard Harding Davis

Produced by Janet Kegg and PG Distributed Proofreaders VAN BIBBER AND OTHERS By Richard Harding Davis 1892, 1920 * * * * * TO MY FATHER L. CLARKE DAVIS WHO HAS BEEN MY KINDEST AND MY SEVEREST CRITIC * * * * *

The Scarlet Car by Richard Harding Davis

THE SCARLET CAR by RICHARD HARDING DAVIS TO NED STONE CONTENTS THE JAIL-BREAKERS THE TRESPASSERS THE KIDNAPPERS THE SCARLET CAR I THE JAIL-BREAKERS For a long time it had been arranged they all should go to the Harvard and Yale game in Winthrop’s car. It was perfectly well understood. Even Peabody, who pictured himself and

The Reporter Who Made Himself King by Richard Harding Davis

This etext was prepared with the use of Calera WordScan Plus 2.0 THE REPORTER WHO MADE HIMSELF KING The Old Time Journalist will tell you that the best reporter is the one who works his way up. He holds that the only way to start is as a printer’s devil or as an office boy,

The Red Cross Girl by Richard Harding Davis

This etext was prepared by Aaron Cannon of Paradise, California THE NOVELS AND STORIES OF RICHARD HARDING DAVIS THE RED CROSS GIRL BY RICHARD HARDING DAVIS WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY GOUVERNEUR MORRIS CONTENTS Introduction by Gouverneur Morris 1. THE RED CROSS GIRL 2. THE GRAND CROSS OF THE CRESCENT 3. THE INVASION OF ENGLAND 4.

The Nature Faker by Richard Harding Davis

Etext scanned by Aaron Cannon of Paradise, California The Nature Faker by Richard Harding Davis Richard Herrick was a young man with a gentle disposition, much money, and no sense of humor. His object in life was to marry Miss Catherweight. For three years she had tried to persuade him this could not be, and

The Messengers by Richard Harding Davis

Prepared by Don Lainson THE MESSENGERS When Ainsley first moved to Lone Lake Farm all of his friends asked him the same question. They wanted to know, if the farmer who sold it to him had abandoned it as worthless, how one of the idle rich, who could not distinguish a plough from a harrow,

The Man Who Could Not Lose by Richard Harding Davis

Etext scanned by Aaron Cannon of Paradise, California THE MAN WHO COULD NOT LOSE by Richard Harding Davis The Carters had married in haste and refused to repent at leisure. So blindly were they in love, that they considered their marriage their greatest asset. The rest of the world, as represented by mutual friends, considered

The Make-Believe Man by Richard Harding Davis

Prepared by Don Lainson THE MAKE-BELIEVE MAN I I had made up my mind that when my vacation came I would spend it seeking adventures. I have always wished for adventures, but, though I am old enough–I was twenty-five last October–and have always gone half-way to meet them, adventures avoid me. Kinney says it is

The Lost Road and Other Stories by Richard Harding Davis

This Etext prepared by Marleen Hugo HugoMarl@aol.com THE LOST ROAD THE NOVELS AND STORIES OF RICHARD HARDING DAVIS TO MY WIFE Contains: THE LOST ROAD THE MIRACLE OF LAS PALMAS EVIL TO HIM WHO EVIL THINKS THE MEN OF ZANZIBAR THE LONG ARM THE GOD OF COINCIDENCE THE BURIED TREASURE OF COBRE THE BOY SCOUT

The Lost House by Richard Harding Davis

Etext scanned by Aaron Cannon of Paradise, California The Lost House by Richard Harding Davis I It was a dull day at the chancellery. His Excellency the American Ambassador was absent in Scotland, unveiling a bust to Bobby Burns, paid for by the numerous lovers of that poet in Pittsburg; the First Secretary was absent
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