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MARY ANERLEY 

by 

R.  D.  Blackmore 

1880 

CHAPTER I 

HEADSTRONG AND HEADLONG 

Far from any house or hut, in the depth of dreary moor-land, a
road, unfenced and almost unformed, descends to a rapid river.  The
crossing is called the "Seven Corpse Ford," because a large party
of farmers, riding homeward from Middleton, banded together and
perhaps well primed through fear of a famous highwayman, came down
to this place on a foggy evening, after heavy rain-fall.  One of
the company set before them what the power of the water was, but

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