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Page 161 - Quand chez les debauches 1'aube blanche et vermeille Entre en societe de 1'Ideal rongeur, Par 1'operation d'un mystere vengeur Dans la brute assoupie un ange se reveille.
Page ii - ST JAMES'S GAZETTE.—' A curious and interesting story, which, apart from its power, deserves notice because of the novelty of its material. The jaded appetite, weary of English drawing-rooms, Californian mines, and Indian flirtations, will here find an absolutely fresh entourage to a very remarkable story. ... It is pictorial, poetic, and dramatic.
Page ii - An absorbing and delightful story, and we are sure it will be read with the greatest pleasure by those who can best appreciate the merits of the finer kinds of fiction.
Page 305 - Darvid it was a matter of indifference whether he did or did not see the prince again.
Page 230 - No, no, no !' walked to the other end of the room, and returned with a book, which she tried to read.