The Bandit's Bride: Or, The Maid of Saxony. A Romance ...

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Printed at the Minerva-Press, for Lane, Newman, and Company, 1827
 

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Page 141 - Overcome by the remembrance of the shocking scene, he buried his face in his hands, and burst into a flood of tears.
Page 93 - His hands were shook by the palsy ; his face was furrowed with years, and his locks scanty and grey. He supported himself on a kind of pilgrim's staff ; and from his neck hung a string of large beads, with a crucifix appended. This venerable figure was the hermit of the place, and belonged to a convent of Capuchins on the rock above ; but had now bid adieu to the upper world, and was determined to spend the rest of his life in this solitude, in prayer and preparation for heaven.

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