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Frederick Marryat

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. . .Angleterre; and so saying, she shrugged up her shoulders. I was about to inquire more particularly, but she cut the conversation short by asking to see a new pelisse, and I perceived at once that there was something wrong, but what I could not comprehend. I did not see her till four or five weeks afterwards, when she called, accompanied by a Monsieur de G—, a person well known in Paris, where he bears a very indifferent character, as a desperate gambler, and a man of very bad disposition concealed under a very polished exterior; but his character is better known in England, which country, I am told, he was obliged to quit in consequence of some gaming transaction anything but honourable. I again made inquiries after you, and this time the reply was given by Monsieur de G—, who replied that you were an ingrate, and your name must not be in future mentioned by anyone to Madame d’Albret.

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Community Reviews

As the pandemic gets to its worse levels yet in my area, I have enjoyed reading mid to late 19th century novels. Comforting, soothing. Frederick Marryat’s novels have been enjoyable. Valerie wrapped up rather quickly. It was published posthumously, it might have been different if he’d lived to finis