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PITMAN'S SHORTHAND 

NEW ERA EDITION 



DAUGHTER 



OF THE 



REGIMENT 

AND OTHER STORIES 



PRINTED IN THE INTERMEDIATE 
STAGE OF PITMAN'S SHORTHAND 





ilflTMAN'^_ 

SHORTHAND 



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A 

DAUGHTER 

OF THE 

REGIMENT 

« 

AND OTHER STORIES 



FEINTED IN THE INTERMEDIATE 
STAGE OF pitman's SHORTHAND 



NEW ERA EDITION 




LONDON 
SIR ISAAC PITMAN & SONS, LTD. 



SIR ISAAC PITMAN & SONS, Ltd. 

PITMAN HOUSE, PARKER STREET, KINGSWAV, LONDON, W.C.2 

THE PITMAN PRESS, BATH 

PITMAN HOUSE, LITTLE COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE 

27 BECKETTS BUILDINGS, PRESIDENT STREET, JOHANNESBURG 

ASSOCIATED COMPANIES 

PITMAN PUBLISHING CORPORATION 

2 WEST 45TH STREET, NEW YORK 

SIR IS.A.\C PIT.ALAN & SONS (CANADA), Ltd. 
(incorporating the commercial text BOOK company) 

PITMAN HOUSE, 381-383 CHURCH STREET, TORONTO 



All rights reserved 



MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN AT THE PITMAN PRESS, BATH 

E3— (S.I21) 



CONTEXTS 

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A DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT . . 5 

THE MOTOR THIEVES . . . .20 

FORGOTTEN . . . . .35 



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