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THE YOUNG FRIENDS IN THE ARBOUR. — Page 14.

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HER SEASIDE FRIENDS.

BY

EMMA DAVENPORT,
AUTHOR OF 'LIVE TOYS, JAMIE'S QUESTIONS,' ETC.

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GRIFFITH & FARRAN,

SUCCESSORS TO NEWBERY AND HARRIS,
CORNER OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, LONDON.

E. P. DUTTON & Co., NEW YORK.

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FICKLE FLORA;

OR,

THE TRIAL OF FRIENDSHIP.

CHAPTER I.

LORA and CAROLINE were two little

girls whose homes were very near together.

They had been playfellows and companions all their lives; both were only children, both were taught at home by their own mammas, and they considered each other almost as sisters. Flora was about half a-year older than Caroline, and the most lively and vivacious of the two ; but both were affectionate and good tempered, and enjoyed each other's friendship extremely

The grounds of their pretty homes were adjoining. The house belonging to Flora's father was on rather higher ground than that where Caroline lived, and

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