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The Socialist
     

The Socialist

by Guy Thorne
 

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"[...]the old Welsh stronghold, near Conway, known as Carleon, which had come to him from his mother's aunt, old Lady Carleon of Lys.
In regard to his houses, there was, first and foremost, the great square pile in Piccadilly, which was almost as big as the Duke of Devonshire's palace, and was known as Paddington House. There was an old Saxon house near Chipping

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"[...]the old Welsh stronghold, near Conway, known as Carleon, which had come to him from his mother's aunt, old Lady Carleon of Lys.
In regard to his houses, there was, first and foremost, the great square pile in Piccadilly, which was almost as big as the Duke of Devonshire's palace, and was known as Paddington House. There was an old Saxon house near Chipping Norton, in Gloucestershire, which was used as a hunting-box-the late duke always having ridden with the Heythrop. There was also a big blue, pink-and-white villa upon the Promenade des Anglais at Nice-the late duke liked to spend February among the palms and roses of the Riviera, though it was said that the duchess never accompanied him upon [...]".

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ISBN-13:
9781517619794
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
10/08/2015
Pages:
136
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.29(d)

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