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Chatsworth Volume 2; Or, the Romance of a Week

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Chatsworth Volume 2; Or, the Romance of a Week


This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1844 Excerpt: ... from off his breast, on which it had sunk, he murmured to himself, --"Aspatia!--Ah--my poor gentle, patient, wronged Aspatia! Was it for this----" Here he opened the eyes he had for a moment closed; and as he beheld Evadne, all that he had just heard seemed to rush back upon his senses, as if it had been reuttered. " The King, Evadne I--Oh--it is not the King!--say it is not." " Amintor1'--returned she proudly, but with an air of calm self-controul, which, however, it seemed to demand all her efforts to preserve, --" Amintor, it is the King I Once more I bid you hear me, and be patient. I am the King's, and he is mine--body and soul I am his. Need I then say I cannot, will not be another's--will not stoop to less than the greatest?----" " But what demon "--interrupted Amintor--" put it in your thoughts to marry me?--ox in the King's to bid you?" " The demon of my fame," replied Evadne. " I must be a wife, or be dishonoured. You sought me for one, and I am yours--sought me, who scorned you, --leaving one who lived but in your sight, and dies without you. Do not complain, then; since, in seeking mine own ends, I have but fulfilled those of justice. Now, once mare, let me depart. Keep your own counsel, and you are safe from that shame which cannot fall on you without reaching me!" So saying, she was about to quit him; but he exclaimed, eagerly--" Stay, Evadne.' " He then paused, and a throng of contending thoughts and feelings seemed to pass across his brow, and agitate his whole frame. At length he said, --"Is this true, Evadne?--And does the King know that / know the foul dishonour he.has cast upon me?" She replied, " All the King knows or heeds is, that I have s...

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