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Coniston, Volume 3
Winston Churchill

Page 1 of 289

 

This etext was produced by Pat Castevans
and David Widger  

Note: This author is a cousin of Sir Winston Churchill the Prime Minister 

CONISTON 

BOOK III 

CHAPTER I 

One day, in the November following William Wetherell's death, Jethro Bass
astonished Coniston by moving to the little cottage in the village which
stood beside the disused tannery, and which had been his father's.  It
was known as the tannery house.  His reasons for this step, when at
length discovered, were generally commended: they were, in fact, a
disinclination to leave a girl of Cynthia's tender age alone on Thousand
Acre Hill while he journeyed on his affairs about the country.  The Rev.

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