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C. Dyke

C. Dyke

  • May also be "E. Dyke".

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Loss or Gain?

(Founded on an incident of the South African War.) The army crossed the river under fire,While busy at their work were shot and shell—Their hideous, hateful task of maiming men—A work, alas! which, to our shame, goes on,As though the Prince of Peace had ne'er been born,The Christmas message still…
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The Legend of Artaban

All that he had of worth sold Artaban, And with the money bought three costly gems—A sapphire, and a ruby, and a pearl. Across the desert these he thought to bear, As loyal gift and offering to the King. But as he journeyed to the trysting-place,To join the others—sages like…
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The Great Law

(From the French or Emile Souvestre). In the time of the earliest race of Frank kings, when the greater part of their subjects were yet ignorant of the name of Christ, lived an old man named Novaire, who had received the Good News, and applied himself to understand it. Abandoning…
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