The Recipe for Diamonds

by Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne

Principally concerned with the adventures of two men, one of whom comes y accident to the knowledge that the recipe for making diamonds has been hidden in Minorca by an old alchemist who flourished in he twelfth century. His companion in the quest is one Haigh, an erratic genius as far as music is concerned, and a gentlemanly tramp in all other matters. With them, and opposed to them alternately, is a man of the name of Weems, a most repulsive specimen of humanity, and the meanest little skunk under the sun.

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