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(Title) THE BATTLE-OMEN 00000100 The Latest Incident of this nature is said to have occurred on a cold, 00000200 bright evening, during the winter that preceded the first actual 00000300 hostilities in our great War. Two young men were returning from 00000400 one of those military meetings, which the aspect of the times had 00000500 rendered common throughout the country, and in which their education 00000600 and active talents had given each of them a degree of authority. 00000700 Their path lay over the frozen surface of a lake, extending two or 00000800 three miles between the northern and south-western shores. Behind 00000900 the travellers was the village from which they came,--a few dark 00001000 houses in distant visibility upon the snow, and the white spire of the 00001100 Church as strongly relieved against the sky; before them, and at still 00001200 a greater distance, appeared . . .
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