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The Chevalier's Daughter by Lucy Ellen Guernsey 1884

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Antiquarian & Collectible

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1884

Category:

Literature

Publisher:

Thomas Whittaker

Author:

Lucy Ellen Guernsey

Topic:

Fiction

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Item number:

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The Chevalier's Daughter by Lucy Ellen Guernsey 1884 The Chevalier's Daughter Lucy Ellen Guernsey Being One of the Stanton Corbet Chronicles New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1884 Copyright 1880 Fifth Edition 473 pages The front hinge and binding are broken but all pages are present and attached. The pages are tanned, there is some scattered foxing and brown age spots and smudges. There is a notation in ink on the free front end paper. The cover is rubbed and edge worn and there are small losses at the spine ends. Acceptable. Hardcover. Chapter 1 Early Recollections: I was born in the year of grace 1660, at the Tour D'Antin, a chateau not very far from the little village of Sartilly in Normandy. My father was the Chevalier D'Antin, a younger son of the Provencal family of De Fayrelles. My mother was an English lady, daughter of a very ancient Devonshire family. Her name was Margaret Corbet, and the branch of that tribe to which she belonged had settled in Cornwall. I remember her as a very beautiful woman, with crispy waved blonde hair and a clear white skin more like alabaster than marble, and no tinge of color in her cheeks....(#0000205)
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