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New York Weekly
v. 33 no. 42
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New York Weekly, v. XXXIII, no. 42, September 2, 1878 (Issue)
September 2, 1878
Under the maple-trees Grandfather Bennett's house stood out all red, and square, and comfortable, and under the maple-trees Granddaughter Julia was just winding up a long quarrel with her lover with a neatness and dispatch that did great credit to her two years' training in a fashionable city boarding-school.
But at the end of the hour came Julia radiant and smiling, with John beside her, and the turquois ring upon her hand once more!