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GREAT AMERICAN AUTHORS
MR. HIGGINBOTHAM'S CATASTROPHE

pretty schoolmistress, and settled his whole property on their children. In due time the old gentleman capped the climax of his favors by dying a Christian death in bed, since which event Dominicus Pike has removed from Kimballton, and established a tobacco manufactory in my native village.
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NOTES AND QUESTIONS
Discussion
. 1. Tell in your own words the story of Mr. Higginbotham's catastrophe, using the following topics: (a) the peddler meets the traveler; (b) the peddler retells the sensational news; (c) the excitement at Parker's Falls; (d) the peddler solves the mystery. 2. Read again the first chapter of the, story and list all the suggestions made by the author to increase the reader's suspicion that the traveler is one of the three men who plotted the murder. 3. Point out suggestions that make you think the negro whom the peddler met was also one of the three plotters. 4. At what point in your reading of this story did you connect the first traveler or the negro with the plot to hang Mr. Higginbotham? 5. What reason can you give for the traveler's telling the sensational news? 6. At what point in the story was your interest greatest? 7. Find in the Glossary the meaning of: (I) depicted; communicated; pondering; perpetrated; manifested; (II) gospel; (III) population; narrative; shifted; rumbled; excessive; (IV) hoax; equivalent; instinct; solitary. 8. Pronounce: (I) catastrophe; narrator; occurrence; (II) mentioned; perplexity; meditations; hostler; originated; pathos; (III) edition; apprehended; signature; supplicate; ablution; (IV) autograph; discern; emergency; champion.

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