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Page 255 - OF HENRY VII." TC Newly. In this, romance, history, and fiction are artistically blended ; the story abounds with interesting situation, and happy delineation of character ; and the author has admitted none of those common-place artifices which are now become as familiar to the reader as to the writer. He understands the art of concealing his catastrophe better than most of his brethren, and this without the intrusion of any abrupt or grossly improbable circumstances.