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A pageant of victory.

Author: Jeffery Farnol
Publisher: London, Sampson Low, Marston [1936]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This story opens in Virginia in 1774, at the moment when resentment at King George's treatment of the America Colonies and anger at Gaye's misguided high-handedness in Massachusetts and particularly in Boston, are blazing up to rebellion. George Charteris, Lord Wraybourne, a perfervidly loyal Tory peer settled in Virginia, vehemently denounces the agitation as treason, and is infuriated when his nephew, Anthony  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Historical fiction
Romance fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffery Farnol
OCLC Number: 13385004
Description: vi, 378 pages

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"This story opens in Virginia in 1774, at the moment when resentment at King George's treatment of the America Colonies and anger at Gaye's misguided high-handedness in Massachusetts and particularly in Boston, are blazing up to rebellion. George Charteris, Lord Wraybourne, a perfervidly loyal Tory peer settled in Virginia, vehemently denounces the agitation as treason, and is infuriated when his nephew, Anthony Falconbridge, expresses sympathy with it and declares his belief in the future of America as an independent sovereign power. Thus a family feud is originated which provides the main thread upon which all subsequent episodes constituting the novel are strung." --Publisher description.

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