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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED .1 LAGDEN'S LUCK: A STRANGE LOVE STORY. BY TOM GALLON UtTHOR OF "TATTERLEY," "THE MYSTERY OF JOHN PEPPERCORN," &c.). I. ————————' "*OPsra PREVIOUS INSTALMENT.—Mr. "Hgton' a commission agent, living in Ken- himself in. rather low water. His tries several m £ &ne by which to make I !II 4 I s tneet, but does not succeed until she takes odge,,awealthy gentleman of the name of his ^7* and with an air of mystery about him. On ill day, a doctor is summoned, them their lodger is past recovery. Lagden jg leaving Dora all his property, providing V*I, to marry him at once. It appears that he his consent to this etrange request before his daughter of it. After a conversation dying man, Dora refuses to marTy him. At Ji persuades her to consent; a clergyman *nd the ceremony performed. Lagden »WS th# girl a packet, which, he Bays, tt. be opened until the rightful owner claims in the day, on looking into the man's room, J8 *"tonlBh«i to find that he has disappeared. Ha morning Prank Dome, her former lover, thooght, had died abroad, calls.

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WELSH NATIONAL LIBRARY.

'PC MR. "PICKWICK" DAVIES.

CARDIFF DISPENSARY. -.--

MISSING MONEY.

MUSICAL CONDUCTOR HONOURED.

THE REVENUE OF THE YEAR.

GLOOMY PREDICTION BY LORD…

RETURN OF THE DISCOVERY

CHRONIC ALCOHOLISM AND DEATH.

A ROMANCE RE-CALLED.

COMPENSATION PROBLEM.

FRIENDLY SOCIETY'S FUNDS.

EMPIRE COTTON-GROWING.

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