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If you were a studious man, accustomed to burning the midnight oil, wouldn't it annoy you if each night at 12 precisely, the ghost of a melancholy maiden appeared, weeping and lamenting? A certain professor was bothered this way. He was not afraid of ghosts and could have endured one whose specialty was silent haunting. He found, however, that the weeping maiden was a nuisance, and prevented him from concentrating. So he decided, ungallant though his conduct might be deemed, to get rid of her. Being a learned man, the professor knew that King Solomon used to cork wicked spirits in bottles and throw them into the sea. The professor's ghost, however, was an uneasy shade. He threw it into the sea, he buried it in the ground, but each midnight it would reappear and make the welkie ring with weeping and lamentation. Harsh measures having failed, the professor decided to see if love could subdue a tearful ghost. In a house near the professor's was the spirit of "the youthful knight," Nobody...

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