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A Deal with The Devil by Eden Phillpotts

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A Deal with The Devil
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Publisher: Bliss, Sands and Foster
ISBN/ASIN: B0019528X2
Number of pages: 217

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Before my grandpapa, Mr. Daniel Dolphin, comes down to breakfast on the morning of his hundredth birthday, I may tell you something about him. He has been married three times; he has buried all his wives and all his children. There were five of the latter, resulting from grandpapa's three marriages; but now I, Martha Dolphin, the only child of grandpapa's eldest son, am the sole survivor and living descendant of Daniel Dolphin.

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