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A Marriage at Sea

by W. Clark Russell

Apart from its legal bearings, A Marriage at Sea is a readable story. The hero, though not much of a sailor, owns a yacht, and in it he carries off Miss Grace Bellassys from the school at Boulogne to which she has been consigned by the villain of the piece, who happens to be here aunt and guardian -- a lady who wishes to make the girl turn Catholic though both her parents were Protestants.

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