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Alton of Somasco; a romance of the great northwest [NOOK Book]


General Books publication date: 2009
Original publication date: 1905
Original Publisher: A.L. Burt Company Subjects: British Columbia...
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Alton of Somasco; a romance of the great northwest

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General Books publication date: 2009
Original publication date: 1905
Original Publisher: A.L. Burt Company Subjects: British Columbia

Fiction / General

Fiction / Classics

Fiction / Literary

Fiction / Romance / General

Fiction / Romance / Contemporary

Fiction / Romance / Historical

History / Canada / General

Travel / Canada / Western Provinces Notes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text.
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Excerpt: CHAPTER V THE HEIR OF CARNABY The sun was dipping towards the black ridge of firs on the shoulder of a hill when Deringham and his daughter rode down the winding trail into the Somasco valley. The girl gazed about her with eager curiosity, but the man who rode in silence apparently saw nothing, and it was only when his horse stumbled into a rut that he glanced round for a moment abstractedly. Deringham had much to occupy his mind just then, for while it was generally understood that he had made the journey at a physician's recommendation, he had reasons for choosing British Columbia to ! recuperate in. He still retained control of the finances of Carnaby with the concurrence of the trustees, who were country gentlemen of no business capacity, and as it suited the family lawyer to remain on good terms with him nothing more than a very perfunctory account of his stewardship had been demanded. The late owner of Carnaby had been a man of simple tastes and unbending pride, who had a faint contempt for his kinsman, and refrained from inquiries respecting finances while there was no stoppage of supplies. There were one or two men who suspected that Deringham had profited by his relative's supineness, but it was only a vague surmise, and they did not know that the legacy bequeathed him had little more than an apparent value. Der...

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  • BN ID: 2940018134480
  • Publisher: New York : Stokes
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