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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1807 Excerpt: ... it, like a pair of married lovers. One night at the theatre a pale, golden-haired woman with a Madonna-like face was pointed out to me as the heroine of a very tragic story. Her parents, Jews, and enormously wealthy, were imbued with an ardent desire to marry their daughters to noblemen. The elder girl had been already successfully disposed of (at a high price, of course), and at last a suitable parti presented himself for Ilona, in the person of an impoverished Count who had a taste for dissipation. The girl, it was said, had a penchant for another man and had even gone through the ceremony of a private marriage with him;still, in spite of this, she allowed herself to be married with great pomp to the Count Batti6nyi. The other man, however, also a Jew, named senberg, young, good-., 1 11 ""em. deliver./! „ V ",," OI Kosenber" to the bridegroom and S challenge A outrancSe to Budapest and fight it out to «ur» at once he utarted oS, andVL SS Count fell at the first shot with a bullet through ifia heart. bo the week-old bride becume u widow, who, on the day of the funeral, fell into hysterics over her husband's coffin, and shrieked out that for her life was finished. Twelve months later, however, she entered into wedlock with a third man and appeared to have wiped from her mind for ever the tragic occurrences of those months that had brought death and imprison-ment, respectively, to each of the men who claimed her;but her innocent, Madonna-like beauty has not been dimmed, nor has her silvery laugh lost a single tone of its thrilling ripple, they told me. The laws against duelling in Hungary arc not very strict, and a good deal of it goes on stib rosa. If you wing your man, it is easy enough to call it an accident (for ...

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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 60 pages. Dimensions: 9.4in. x 7.2in. x 0.3in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1807 Excerpt: . . . it, like a pair of married lovers. One night at the theatre a pale, golden-haired woman with a Madonna-like face was pointed out to me as the heroine of a very tragic story. Her parents, Jews, and enormously wealthy, were imbued with an ardent desire to marry their daughters to noblemen. The elder girl had been already successfully disposed of (at a high price, of course), and at last a suitable parti presented himself for Ilona, in the person of an impoverished Count who had a taste for dissipation. The girl, it was said, had a penchant for another man and had even gone through the ceremony of a private marriage with him;still, in spite of this, she allowed herself to be married with great pomp to the Count Batti6nyi. The other man, however, also a Jew, named senberg, young, good-. , 1 11 em. deliver. ! V , , OI Kosenber to the bridegroom and S challenge A outrancSe to Budapest and fight it out to ur at once he utarted oS, andVL SS Count fell at the first shot with a bullet through ifia heart. bo the week-old bride becume u widow, who, on the day of the funeral, fell into hysterics over her husbands coffin, and shrieked out that for her life was finished. Twelve months later, however, she entered into wedlock with a third man and appeared to have wiped from her mind for ever the tragic occurrences of those months that had brought death and imprison-ment, respectively, to each of the men who claimed her;but her innocent, Madonna-like beauty has not been dimmed, nor has her silvery laugh lost a single tone of its thrilling ripple, they told me. The laws against duelling in Hungary arc not very strict, and a good deal of it goes on stib rosa. If you wing your man, it is easy enough to call it an accident (for . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781236250575

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