Harding of St. Timothy's

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HARDING OF ST. TIMOTHY'S

 

 

By Arthur Stanwood Pier


HARDING OF ST. TIMOTHY'S. (A Story for Boys.) Illustrated. Crown 8vo, $1.50.

THE ANCIENT GRUDGE. Crown 8vo, $1.50.

HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & COMPANY
Boston and New York

 

 
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"FELLOWS," HE SAID, "I'D LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU ARE N'T GETTING TIRED OF THIS SECRET SOCIETY BUSINESS?" (Page 178.)

 

HARDING
OF ST. TIMOTHY'S


BY

ARTHUR STANWOOD PIER


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BOSTON AND NEW YORK
HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN AND COMPANY
The Riverside Press, Cambridge
1906

 

COPYRIGHT 1906 BY ARTHUR STANWOOD PIER

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Published September 1906

 

 

Acknowledgment is made to The Youth's Companion, in which this story first appeared, under the title, "Harry Harding's Last Year."

 

 

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS


  1. "Fellows," he said, "I'd like to know if you are n't getting tired of this secret society business?" (page 178) Frontispiece
  2. One of two boys ... rose and came forward to meet them 8
  3. "The gang is going to the Pie House to-morrow afternoon to drink your health" 58
  4. "And all that noble, noble institution, the Crown!" 76
  5. Doctor Vincent brushed past him and knelt beside the injured boy 96
  6. There was a pleasant twinkle in his eyes 130
  7. Harry, with his heart beating fast, ... looked out into the antechapel 198
  8. The rector awaited them 232
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