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A Forest Hearth A Romance Of Indiana In The Thirties

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Charles Major


Summary: [Cecil John Charles Street MC OBE (1884 - January 1965) known as CJC Street and John Street began his military career as an artillery officer in the British army. During the course of World War I he became a propagandist for MI7 in which role he held the rank of Major. After the armistice he alternated between Dublin and London during the Irish War of Independence as Information Officer for Dublin ...]
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Dorothy Vernon Of Haddon Hall

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Charles Major


Excerpts: [... of a mystery-a mystery soon to be solved, alas! to Dorothy's undoing. The afternoon of the day following the terrible scene between Sir George ...... her eyebrows, bit the corner of her lip, shrugged her shoulders, and said:- Indeed, it makes no difference to me where you send me, father ...... passion would have impelled her to act as she did. Why, even Mary of Burgundy, with all ...]
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The Touchstone Of Fortune

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Charles Major


Summary: [The touchstone.--Sanctuary.--Madame de Treymes.--Bunner sisters.]
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When Knighthood Was In Flower

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Charles Major


Summary: [Cecil John Charles Street MC OBE (1884 - January 1965) known as CJC Street and John Street began his military career as an artillery officer in the British army. During the course of World War I he became a propagandist for MI7 in which role he held the rank of Major. After the armistice he alternated between Dublin and London during the Irish War of Independence as Information Officer for Dublin ...]
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Yolanda Maid Of Burgandy

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Charles Major


Summary: [Yolanda Maid Of Burgandy by Charles Major. The next morning Duke Charles went down to the great hall of the castle to hear reports from his officers relating to the war that he was about to wage against the Swiss. When the duke ascended the three steps of the dais to the ducal throne he spoke to Campo-Basso who stood upon the first step at the duke s right.]
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