MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
HER CHRISTMAS CARD FOR 1913

'We are told by old writers
in verse and refrain,
The "Black Cat" of ages
brings good in its train;
But should he, this Christmas,
perchance not be seen,
Just feast and be merry and
dream he has been.'

'To cut
a long Tale
short'

The card opens to read:

'Xmas 1913

'All good wishes for
Christmas and
Many Happy Days
in the New Year
From
Mrs. John Maxwell.

Lichfield House, Richmond.'

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